Level concrete driveway. Enough room for a safe place to park. Quiet Residential neighborhood 5 minutes from interstate. Walmart, grocery stores, pharmacies and many restaurants near by.
No smoking on property.
No alcohol on property.
No running generator after 9 pm.
Asphalt street to driveway. Level driveway.
Tow vehicle parking on street or on driveway. Contact host for possible arrangements.
Kiroli Park, Ouachita River, Duck Dynasty headquarters. Biedenharn Bible Museum and Gardens, and Ike Hamilton Arena are all less than 5 miles away.
I found it just as described and everything was as they had told us, but my truck and 5th wheel was longer that I thought it was. I talked to them several times and both seem to be wonderful people
Unfortunately we weren't able to stay with the host, but their communication skills and kindness went a long way and were appreciated!
Danny and June were so caring from day one. They went out of their way to accommodate me. I am looking forward to reserving with them again, as I pass through on my return trip, in a month or so. I have found new friends!
The hosts were very helpful and friendly. Their neighborhood is easily accessed and was very quite. We really enjoyed walking around while we were there.
Hosts very welcoming and helpful. Gave us brochures on local points of interests. Wonderful location, close to interstate. Stopped by Duck Dynasty and a quilt store.
Thank you June and Danny for a quiet restful stay. Your neighborhood was peaceful , dark and quiet. Thank you also for the lovely loaf of bread!
Our hosts hospitality was superb! We were met with help to back in on their driveway, hooked us up to 30 amp, AND gave us a loaf of freshly made sour dough bread. Oh, my, it was delicious! I highly recommend these fine hosts, and we will be back when we are in the area. Thank you, Florence Drive!
Very nice quiet neighborhood, easy to get to. Sure appreciate the hospitality, we would stay again.
Our hosts greeted us with a gift of homemade (and delicious!) nutbread and sourdough. The hosts are very experienced travelers and pleasant people. Our night there was quiet, the hosts left us our privacy but texted to check that we were happy and comfortable. We certainly were! Thanks!
Perfect spot in a quiet neighborhood for an overnights stay. Easy back in drive way with plenty of room and electric hookup. Thank you guys again! We would stay again.
I actually arrived “home” before the host did. No worries because she let me know that was a possibility. I was gifted with a loaf of home baked bread and the best pasta salad I’d ever tasted. I could not have needed anything else to have made this a better visit. I hope to be as good a host as this couple were someday. It was very easy access on/off the interstate. Will definitely stop by next time I’m in this area.
This was our very first stay as boondockerswelcome. These hosts are wonderful and accommodating and full of pleasantries!:)
We were very thankful to have the opportunity to stay during the coronavirus pandemic. We were on our way back home from the west trying to move quickly with campground closures this was a great opportunity to have a safe place to stay. We carried on a little bit of a conversation with our phones staying our distance. The next time we’re in the area we would love to get to know our hosts better.
Very hospitable host, we were warmly received. They suggested we visit the Biedenharn, home of the first bottlers of Coke--very testing. We spent a peaceful night in their driveway.
Danny's place was just what I needed on a x-c drive...easy, safe, quiet. Even though it was Easter Sunday and they had plans, they generously offered their driveway. Communication was great, and I felt very welcomed. Thanks!
Even though they were leaving for their own extended adventure to Alaska in 3 days, they welcomed me and helped with getting the trailer parked. It was a very hot and muggy evening in NE Louisiana, and they loaned me their endless breeze fan. (I liked it and will buy one!)
The location is on a short quiet street with almost no traffic. Plenty of room for a 25' trailer. The night before I left June brought me a small loaf of banana bread! Life is good!