CAUTION: A truck/TV and trailer with an OAL more than 50' may be an issue. I can put you in the north drive, but you will have to back out onto the county road. There is very limited service on the north drive.
This is really the back lot of our residence. The drive in is not straight. A 30+ coach can be turned around, but it isn't easy. Smaller have no trouble. The lot is gravel and so jacks are no problem if it is dry. A TV and TT, might be an issue, I have turned trailers on it, but not with my TV.
Water is usually available (turned off below freezing), limited electric, but more and other things need to be discussed at the time as this can vary based on my requirements.
The back ten acres is untended wood lot. If you choose to go back there, it is available.
Children are welcome, all ages. You may choose to go to the parks nearby. (admission is charged)
Pets must be controlled. If they are mindful, running is possible. We have coyote in the area.
Smoking is allowed only away from the owners and buildings.
Any and all butts must be disposed of properly as owner cannot touch them to pick them up.
All local roads are paved and full width. Please call about approach.
Tow vehicles will have to come in ahead unless you are a real master and maneuvering a trailer. If the rig is too long, we can leave you in our north drive. Read On.
A towed will have to be separated and rehitched in the straight part of the north drive.
As said above, we are in striking range of Henry Ford Museum - Greenfield Village, and the Yankee Air Museum. If you need to wait for a connection at DTW, we are close to than too.
Mattcolie was very helpful. We had power and water. It was a little tight for a 28' 5th wheel. I feel bad for putting some ruts in his yard, since I had to turn completely around. It was also tight pulling into the narrow driveway. The mosquitoes were out in force since there had been a lot of rain, just have some spray handy. Overall, we had a nice stay. Thanks
Hosts were friendly and knew all of the ropes as they RV extensively. Had great advice regarding the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in nearby Dearborn. Highly Recommend. Thanks !