We'll be away from Oct 15, 2018 until end of mud season in the spring of 2019--better dates later when we see how the spring weather pans out.
Have out-in-the-country space for one rig at a time with either shade or in the sun, or can move in/out as the conditions warrant/sun passes overhead. Might take a try or two to get level but it can be done. We do not run a light at night so if you don't "do" total dark, we won't be your choice, I guess. May is blackfly month but they can be dealt with; ask us. Other times of year generally not a big problem for either insects or other pests.
We are dog-friendly here so long as your dog is well behaved and you clean up after it yourself. This state has an enforced leash-law statewide and this is a farming area where a strange dog running loose would not be safe so plan to have your dog leashed or under your immediate firm command.
There is good (excellent!) water available from the house but no hookup, will have to be hand-carried.
Not my doing nor under my control: the state leash law is alive and well. Loose dogs are likely to be shot here and fines are heavy, so you will need to be vigilant about keeping your dog(s) on a lead.
We're pretty flexible people here otherwise.
Gravel road with very short section tarred, for 1 1/2 miles generally in OK but not great condition; requires attention and low speed. Neighbor's cows must cross road twice daily (accompanied by a goodle of kittens that must be watched for) and one must be willing to stop and wait patiently for that process to finish if you come upon it.
This is a rural property, with a parking pad at road which accommodates an RV nicely. Tow vehicle can be parked nearby but not immediately adjacent unless small. Dolly can be parked nearby also, depending on your ability to handle it on a slight hill (last time a fellow walked his down, put it under the cranberry shrub and left it there where his cat "protected" it. Needed to be towed back up though.
Rather steep slope going in/out or one could park on the winter parking pad up by road which is level w/road, which will accommodate an RV up to 30' but no longer. There is room to park an unhitched toad/towed but not one hitched.
We'll be on the road ourselves over the winter and house here will be rented so space unavailable until mid-June of 2019.
Local arts & cultural events: http://belfastcreativecoalition.org/eventcategory/all-events/?etype=upcoming
Very good farmer's market nearby on Fridays and several smaller ones on Saturdays, good co-ops/bulk foods available.
Acadia National Park: http://www.nps.gov/acad/index.htm
MOFGA: Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association events: http://mofga.org/Events/tabid/78/Default.aspx
Common Ground Country Fair, A Celebration of Rural Maine Living: annually held the 3rd full weekend after Labor Day. See MOFGA website for more information.
Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport: http://penobscotmarinemuseum.org/museum-hours-other-facts/
Fort Knox and the Penobscot Narrows Bridge & Observatory: http://fortknox.maineguide.com/
Events info, statewide: http://events.publicbroadcasting.net/mpbc/events.eventsmain
An interesting visit for those who want an out of the ordinary experience.
If you're searching for a night in a quiet place, then this is what you're searching for. We didn't hear any noise the whole night and slept really good. Thanks to the host Sarah, it was really nice to meet you!
We arrived at Sarah's safe and sound. She joined us at our RV and we talked quite a lot. We mentioned to her the beet and fennel soup but unfortunately she did not have any made that day but she was nice enough to share her recipe. Way to go Sarah! That night we slept like babies it was so quiet.
We arrived late and left fairly early but had a nice visit with Sarah. Very quiet and peaceful night!
We only spent one night but had a delightful time. I loved the beet/fennel soup and thanks for the information on the area.