We live a few miles from the village of Clifford, in Ontario Canada. We have a large farm yard surrounded by open field which always has some sort of crop in. For 2019, it will be a corn field. We are still not sure quite where we will offer guests to set up shop, but there is lots of room for whatever vehicle folks come with. Along with a nice grass lawn, we also have a large concrete pad behind the barn for easy parking. It is sloped towards the field so you should be able to level your rig accordingly.
We don't have set rules as of yet. We live pretty quietly, and are pretty chill. We do have neighbors in the distance. so we have certain freedoms that come with country living. We don't mind smoking, but ask you do not "flick" your cigarette butts, that you take your garbage with you. Most importantly I ask that you respect the hard work my husband has put into maintaining our property. We are open to requests. We are animal lovers but hope you would communicate with us what animals you will be bringing on our property. We have three cats, who might get their nose out of joint with intruders, especially if those intruders give chase. So dogs either have to be chill with cats, or remain tethered. We also ask you poop scoop before leaving... you can fling it in our field, but I like being barefoot outdoors... and I don't want to feel something squish between my toes if I can help it!
Likely more rules to follow, once we familiarize ourselves with this community.
We live about 400yards up a gravel road from a secondary paved road. It us usually well maintained
To be determined. Nothing tricky as we have a well maintained farm yard.
we had very quiet and peaceful stay. what a beautiful area and wonderful hosts. Sorry we only had 1 day there. Oldbetzy2
Even though we were only staying one night we had a great time. VintageFordCampers made us feel welcomed and we appreciated the opportunity to tour the barn and see thier hidden treasures. We hope our paths cross again some time soon, we may even arrange another stay when the new barn is complete.