We are secluded to be so close to town. Lots of trees provide privacy and a country feeling. There is a factory behind us and some noise during the day but in the evening and night just a fan is left running and makes white noise.
We have no lovely scenery to share, just a safe place to spend a night or two. You will be welcomed with joy because we know both sides of the RV life and desire to be a blessing to others who are making this dream come true.
Dogs must be kept on leash. Please clean up after dogs. Practice Leave No Trace.
We have a firepit/cowboy grill that you are welcome to use.
Quiet time is 10 PM-7 AM.
Tobacco use must be kept inside rig please.
Dirt lane and dirt driveway, well maintained but can get muddy after a hard rain.
Tow vehicle can be parked in driveway or grass yard next to rig.
Anything higher than 12 feet will be limited to side area because power lines cross over this area and are about 14 feet up.
We might can accommodate larger rigs. Each will have to be discussed individually.
We will be deployed to help with Hurricane Florence cleanup for a few weeks (months?). Duration and dates are unknown, usually we are out for 5-7 days and home to rest a few days then go back to the coast.
The town of Valdese is 15 minutes away and has an old world atmosphere.
This is where the Waldensians settled after fleeing to America to escape religious persecution.
Hickory and Morganton are nearby; Asheville, Blowing Rock and Boone are an hour from here.
Dozens of waterfalls are close by and hiking is abundant.
We enjoyed our stay at Asha’s Acres! The location was perfect for us to visit family in Hickory while there. We had plenty of space to park and we discovered the people of North Carolina are very welcoming and hospitable! We were welcomed to this site with a fresh, warm, delicious loaf of homemade pesto bread and some homemade jam.