We live on a secluded parcel of 66 acres, full of all trees. Out home isn’t near the boondocking site. You would see us coming & going down the driveway. We do not have electric or water. You are free to run your generator, have your pets, etc...
No smoking, partying, or loud music. Children welcome. Generators can run as much as you want.
A nice scenic flat country road and we are right off that.
We are on 66 acres, and have room for an extra vehicle. We have space at the top of our driveway for any size RV with vehicles next to it.
We are in the Northern Neck with historical sites, water all around, and small country towns.
They communicate well and are easy to talk to. The family are all very pleasant company, but won’t expect anything of you or bother you if you want to be left alone.
Dry camping. Park right inside the gate. Don’t go up the driveway at all. Especially if you have a big rig. There’s a patio made of large plastic hexagon tiles to park beside or near. The driveway continues up to the host's house, which is far enough away that you can run your generator whenever you need to without bothering them. The site itself isn’t completely private because it is right off the road. But definitely better than a regular campsite. Lots of little secluded walking trails which are mere steps away. Being Autumn, the acorns falling on our roof drove us a little nuts. We could’ve put a tarp over our trailer, but just never got around to it. Plenty of space to have set up our grill and camp chairs too if we’d wanted.
There's an inexpensive pay-for-stay campground 20 minutes away, which the hosts told us about. It's nice. With 50, 30 and 110, as well as water hook-ups, a dump station and separate fresh water dispenser for your tanks. Good pull-through spaces, easy back-ups. Decent showers and laundry. They also told us about a propane refill station nearby.
Definitely would stay here again if we are ever in the area. Very enjoyable and restful stay.