Our property sits above a green valley with 3 lakes close by. The view is visible from all areas that an RV would park. There are trails to hike right off our property, as well as ATVing. Fishing can be done in the nearby lakes, biking on the KVR trail in the valley just below us and swimming in the lakes too. There is a store at the bottom of the hill, but it is currently closed and up for sale. Our property is treed with open areas.
There are no gas stations, dump stations or any sort of services in our area. Note-we are 40 km outside of Princeton. Past our home the road turns to gravel and can be driven on to either Summerland or Peachland.
No loud music. No smoking close to the house. Please use an ashtray. Leave it as you find it.
The road we live on is gravel. Our driveway is gravel and uphill with a corner at the top. We tow our 32 foot travel trailer up it, but it takes quite a bit to get it turned around to go back out. I would suggest class c, b and shorter a's are suitable for our place. Trailers will work, but it all depends on how confident you are in maneuvering your RV in tight spots. And whether our trailer is there or not. We'd have to assess before accepting a guest. But, there are 3 forestry campsites in the valley below us as well, so there are other options if it didn't work out.
We have lots of room.
During the winter months our driveway is snow covered, and an uphill, so not conducent to most RVs.
Swimming and fishing in the lakes. Hunting in the fall. ATVing, hiking, relaxing, biking.