I live in a wooded very rural laid-back area on the Bay of Fundy, scenic rolling hills and some hiking trails. Good departure point for travels to Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Halifax, etc.
Pretty laid back and accommodating. Be respectful in general and clean up after yourself.
No problem with access.
lots of room around the yard for a tow vehicle, I have more than an acre of land here
I am assuming most Rvers would be looking for a place between May and October when it is warmer. I am usually around but if I am traveling I will block those days off.
Cheese farm (exotic birds and animals included), lighthouse, trails, antiques, farms, arts and music.
Larrynunavut has travelled a lot himself and knows what travellers need. He offered us a shower and invited us in for coffee. He has a lot of stories to share and can certainly give you great advice for your next destination. Have a look at the Bay of Fundy while staying there.
First time at a Boondocker and we sure were welcomed with open heart.
Had dinner and breakfast with our host, thanks for the great meal.
Interesting to hear his travel stories and learn more about different countries.
When we're in the area we'll stay again.
All the best and hope you can continue to meet more people.
Larry was an a awesome host. Met us upon arrival and helped us get parked and invited us for coffee. Has travelled a lot hinself so is familiar with the needs of a traveller.
. Tons of room on his property. Just try to find a level spot. And bring some blocks to help level.
You could not ask for better views of the tides and cliffs.
And perfect location between the united states and halifax or PEI.