Small grassy area off to the side of driveway. More suited to camper van/small motorhome due to turning around restrictions. Rainy season camping will not work if muddy. There is a 20 amp outlet on side of barn about 50 feet away(bring your own cord please). 22 miles off of I-55. 1.5 hours to St Louis, 2.5 from Memphis. Not much of a place but is a place to stay. You are camping about 50 yards from state highway and traffic noise can be a little annoying if you aren't use to it.
Pick up and take your trash with you. Please don't block the driveway. RV/quiet style generators during day only(have neighbors). No loud music or screaming please. Donations for any electric usage accepted but only if staying multiple days. Water to fill your tank can be arranged in the summer. My dog (Rufus) is friendly/ loves attention. While he is very friendly he is a large breed and probably would knock down little kids while playing so be careful. He is on a boundary collar which restricts him from where you are camping. If you have a pet please keep them on a leash and in the front yard.
Small incline from 2 lane paved state highway to gravel driveway. Anything over 30 feet might drag a little. Camping is on grass adjoining the driveway. There isn't a good turn around place without having to back up into the yard.
next to rig or leave hooked up
Usually around but with rental property to maintain who knows. Just give us a shout.
We are 25 miles west of Cape Girardeau MO. See the mighty Mississippi river and stroll the river walk, Cape is the childhood home of conservative Rush Limbaugh and has local league baseball in the summer. The Bollinger County historical mill/covered bridge site is 10 miles southeast away. 50 miles to the west will get you to the beautiful Arcadia Valley area. The attraction everyone wants to see (Walmart) is 12 miles away. Local store with great BBQ and hand dipped ice cream is 1 mile away.
We stayed for the night and got some sleep. David was wonderful and was very gracious. The trucks on the road in the middle of the night were a little unexpected, but once I recognized them, I got used to it. Thank you David for letting us invade your space and for sharing your lovely dog with us!