We have eight acres of land in the city limits of Chapel Hill next to a city park with a dog park. Much of our land is open pasture land with a farm pond and wooded areas. We live across the street from county and university undeveloped land with hiking and biking trails. The University of NC campus is 10 minutes away either by car, by bike, or by free city bus service. Grocery stores are also minutes away. Duke University is about 20 minutes away by car. UNC and Duke hospitals are less than 20 minutes away.
No tobacco use on the property. No firearms of any kind allowed. Be advised that we have a farm pond that children could drown in. Small children MUST be supervised. Quiet hours are required between 10 pm and 7 am.
We have a 1/4 mile single lane gravel drive that slopes down to cross a stream. There are low hanging branches that might be a problem for taller and wider rigs. There are right angle turns that must be negotiated. This site is not suitable for large rigs.
Can park near rig.
University of NC, Ackland Art Museum, Morehead Planetarium (where the astronauts trained), NC Botanical Garden, Duke University, Durham Bulls Baseball. UNC and Duke Hospitals conveniently close.
Great place, especially being the first location we stopped after joining Boondockers Welcome. Sylvia was very welcoming, the property is beautiful and the site was peaceful. Thank you Sylvia.
TientsinMama hosted me for two nights, even though I booked one! My bird needed to see a avian veterinarian in Durham, and this was any easy location to get to and from. The place was very quiet and peaceful with lots of trees, birds, rabbits, around an open field. I was near a small tree and had a nice breeze coming in. The hosts are nice, super friendly...despite having a pandemic going on, they were able to communicate where to park. I’d love to visit again someday.
This is a lovely and convenient spot. The hosts are great and very interesting folks. They greeted us upon arrival and gave us a sheet with helpful local information. Their property is beautiful and we got a tour of their rig, his wood shop and her coy pond. We hope they will come to New England to stay at our place so we can see them again! We would also be happy to come back to Chapel Hill to stay here again.