Open field with a trailer and equipment storage. There is also a barn with farm animals depending on the time of year. We raise Pigs, Lambs, Goats, Chicken, and several other animals to provide for our family.
Home are getting closer to our farm so not not get complaints no Generators between 8:00 pm and 6:00 am
Because, my wife and I both work, we ask that you arrive between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. unless other agreements are made. We leave for work between 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. We require all guests to leave by 8:00 am and return after 6 pm, even if you leave your RV on our property. Thanks for your understanding.
Grave road with dirt at the end so it can be muddy if it rains.
Large Open Field
Our work and vacation schedules vary weekly, based on what we have going on we can welcome guest. We may not block out the dates on the calendar. Please contact us with your schedule to see if we can accommodate you. You may contact us well in advance but, since our work schedule varies, we prefer to only commit to your stay within 7 days of your intended visit. When staying several days you may leave your RV park on our property while visiting local sites.
We signed up on Boondockers Welcome to host guests for overnight only. If you need to stay in your RV in the daytime, please do not make a request. We are happy to host guest traveling in their RV through town or seeing local sites.
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I'm looking for a place to park for a few weeks or a month at a time. Is it okay to ask for a long-term stay? What if I offer to pay? https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/faq/being-guest/#may-i-request-a-long-term-stay
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From our front porch looking east, you can see miles of the Wasatch Mountains where you are minutes away from boating, fishing,4 wheeling, snowmobiling and snow skiing. From our back deck, you can see the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island (15-minute drive.) set in the background of the bird refuse behind us. From our house, you can make day trips to places in the North around Ogden (20-30 Minute drive) Golden Spike, Union Station Railroad, and Hill Aerospace. To the South around Salt Lake City(20-30 Minute drive) LDS Temple Square, This is the Place, Rio Tinto Copper pit,
Host was friendly and accommodating. Stayed on the farm side versus the house. As the house was busy with other travelers. The farm had chickens, lambs, and sheep. We enjoyed our stay and got woken up by roster.
Thank you for another great night of sleep. Beautiful view and stars. Enjoyed visiting with our hosts.
We detoured to the northern Salt Lake area for RV repairs, and Paul and Marshelle responded quickly that we could stay with them. They made us feel very welcome while waiting for parts (luckily we could still stay in our trailer). We enjoyed visits with them (while social distancing), they are a very pleasant couple. The road into their farm property was easy to drive even in a light snow, and the field was easy to swing around in and park. There was a ground cover of dried plants (hay?) that made it navigable even in rain and light snow. They were close to a few good sightseeing/walking parks: Antelope Island State Park, Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, and Jensen Nature Park. Also close to a Camping World with a propane fill, dump station (free to God Sam members) and free RV water fill. Nearby O-Laundry was clean and modern, and close to a Krispy Kreme. Paul and Marshelle’s Farm was a great stop, and we would certainly return if we are in the area.
Nice flat space and very quiet for sleeping. Only visited for a short time, found them to be very nice couple. Would definitely stay here again. Thank you!
This was our first boondockers stay and we could not be happier. The hosts were very pleasant and informative. The space provided ample room to pull through.
Paul and Marshelle offer a large, firm & dry location to park any size rig. After initial introductions, it didn't take us long to feel comfortable with our hosts and their children. Their property is conveniently located near a large number of stores for stocking up before hitting the road again.
Paul and Marshelle were very welcoming. We messaged them that we were coming in late because of a delay because of our motor home had an issue with a tire. They said they would be there when we arrived and then they lead us to our spot for the night. They were great hosts.