Convenient access for cross country travelers on I-70. The parking area is a big open yard which is not paved. If necessary guests could pull to our house to fill with water and charge batteries. Only if we are not home in muddy conditions, guests could back from pavement to park in the paved driveway. There is plentiful shade and a fire ring is available.
Golden rule applies. Watch for muddy conditions and do not make ruts. Careful with your dogs, the cat will attach them.
Paved street leading ot our long driveway. All level with no impediments.
Big open area. No pavement or gravel. If it is rainy or muddy it is possible to park in the driveway.
We are retired and do not have a regular schedule. We are around when we are not traveling.
All that Topeka has to offer as well as the nearby racetrack and four reservoirs with state park RV and watersports.Kansas City is an hour away, with the Kansas Speedway, Chiefs and Royals ball, BBQ, etc.
Most accommodating..very personable great hospitality and location...
They were super friendly and Burt even had the patience to talk me through backing up 32-ft trailer for the first time ever. Gracious hosts that were helpful and delightful to talk to about the wide world of traveling. A+
Enjoyed visiting with our hosts last night. He has made a nice RV parking area next to the house and we Appreciated the electrical hook up. Very nice quiet country setting And not far off the main highway. We would love to return if we were in the area and hope that someday we could host them as well.
Such beautiful property! Burt and Bev were really great, and flexible since we had some mechanical issues that pushed our arrival time back a couple of times. We will definitely stop here again if we are passing through.
We had an excellent stay with Burt n Bev. They are very kind, generous hosts. We enjoyed multiple conversations over a two day stay and also were priveiledged to have them invite us in for coffee and donuts the morning of our departure. As with so many Boondockers Welcome hosts, we start as strangers and leave as friends.