My home on a one acre lot close to world class mountain biking trails and national parks. My property also has an old cave dwelling that was used by Native Americans possibly hundreds, if not thousands of years ago.
No Smoking on property.
Pets need to be controlled at all times.
Quiet hours after 10:00 pm.
No generators after dark.
No staying on property in wet/rainy weather.
Water or 15 amp electricity may be available please get permission from host prior to connecting.
No open fires on property without prior approval from host.
Parking area is located on the side of the property in a dirt field. If the field is wet the RV will sink into the mud making it impossible to get in or out without a tow truck or very heavy winch. If ground is wet no RV's will be allowed to stay on site. The driveway access is very tight with a deep ditch on both sides of the entrance. I have found that it is easiest to back into position from the small 25 foot wide street. If you are not comfortable backing up your rig this might not be the best place for you to stay. The vehicles total lentgh including truck and trailer should not be longer than 30 to 35 feet long in order to make it into my RV parking area.
A towed vehicle would need to be disconnected in the street before parking the RV on the lot and the Toad could then be parked somewhere on the property. It would not be possible to back an RV with towed vehicle into the RV parking location. There are several places on the property, all dirt driveways where the towed vehicle could be parked.
We will do our best to accommodate you whenever we can. When possible, I would like to know at least one day before your arrival, what time you plan to arrive at my home, so I can make arrangnents to be home when you arrive.
Gooseberry Mesa, Zions Park, Mountain biking and hiking trails are all close by.
I was lucky enough to get a spot in Zion for one night, but that is not enough to explore. MinerBoyd and his wife graciously made it possible for me to be close to the park despite the major renovation at their home. I had assistance backing in, a pleasant, albeit brief chat, and electricity. There was water for a fill, but I didn't use it. I am grateful for the stay.
I typcially go go go in my sprinter by day and fall over to sleep and repeat- so I just needed a flat place to park and be safe/undisturbed to sleep and hit the trails the next day!
Kind to let me stay thru a home reno. Appreciate the hospitality.
Just stopped for the night, quiet rural neighborhood. Friendly hosts, met us at the gate to help with parking. Was able to plug in 15 amp service for small fee, and host offered water. About a 45 minute drive to Zion National Park. Hurricane Utah is the closest "large" town.
Doc and I enjoyed our stay and the host was very accommodating and helpful. Where they lived was very beautiful with mountains and a really neat Indian cave. I appreciate the couple letting us stay on their property.
We so enjoyed our two night stay here! They treated us like family and rolled out all the stops for our kids giving us a great adventure (: They helped us tour the Indian cave & see the wolves (which is a feat In itself with 3 small kids and my wife pregnant...). He was so helpful & kind, helping carry my kids up the mountain so they could see everything. We all enjoyed our stay. They got a ride in the tractor, they recommended and offered to give us a ride to various local spots and we even got to enjoy their fresh eggs in the morning “you find them, they’re yours” they told us. It was a great treat and experience. Thanks so much Native Cave Dwelling! God bless you and your family
Our first time with boondockers welcome and we could not be more pleased with our host. He came out and helped us navigate backing in to his property and was so friendly. He hung out for a little while and talked with us which was wonderful to have some conversation after a full day of driving in the car.
The location is ideal for going to Zion National Park and we definitely would stay there if we were in the area again.
The driveway is difficult to navigate for longer rigs but he is so helpful to guide you in the right way.
Not just a regular place to park.
This location was our first Boondockers.
We wasn’t sure what to expect coming with kids and a dog.
Boyd actually made sure everything is okay with us on our way to him.
He took us for a short hike on his property and told us so many facts about the history of the place.
His neighbor has wolfs on his property and it was so amazing seeing them too.
We are thankful for people like Boyd who are going out of their way to make you feel good about this world.
Thank you for your hospitality and the great experience.
Boyd and his wife could not be anymore great.....had a wonderfull stay and many interesting facts about the area....heck of a project they have going on...good luck...will stay again ....great people and the eggs were right on...waited till Montana to eat them.....Thanks again....Joe and Earlene
Host was very nice and helpful! I would definitely stay here again!!
We arrived the day after Christmas. Although MinerBoyd and his wife's family/grandchildren were there, they were both very accommodating and helpful. Due to the snow received the night before, we were unable to park in the designated location. Boyd moved his motorhome and let us park in its place. It is in a very quiet place with a circle driveway. They are a very friendly couple and would stay again if in the area.