We are 7 miles from Plains where most services, including a hospital, are located. We live on 65 acres that has woods, grass(and weeds) fields, a creek and 2 ponds. Guests are welcome to wander the property. Lots of National Forests in the area where you can explore and hike. Only one mile to the Clark Fork River.
No generators after 10PM. Control your pets so they don't chase the wild animals. Our dog runs free, so pets must be friendly with other dogs.
We are about one mile off of Hwy 200 on a paved county road. Our gravel driveway is a little steep at first but then levels out. (We have had semi-trucks come down it without any trouble) Parking could limited if we are having wet conditions such as in the spring.
next to the rig
We are snow birds and will be leaving sometime in November. Boondocking will not be available spring. Contact us to see if we are here.
Displays of Lake Missoula in Paradise, MT. Thompson Falls dam and fish ladder. Nine hole golf course near Plains.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Wild Woodland Acres. We enjoyed relaxing, watching the wildlife, and the peaceful location. The hosts were very pleasant.
BobnDebbie are fabulous. Super friendly and accommodating. Their property is beautiful and we got to enjoy some fun wildlife! A wonderful first experience.
PSA: follow the host’s directions, NOT your GPS. 🤦🏼♀️
Our family had a fantastic time at Wild Woodland Acres. We parked our trailer down the hill from their house in our own little area, let our dogs play by the trailer, and listened to the wind in the trees. We had surprisingly great views and we loved listening to the train far off in the distance at dusk. We even got to dip our toes a bit in a tiny little stream. Would definitely stay here again!
The location was a couple miles off the road which was nice. It was a picturesque, secluded site and we enjoyed a scenic walk on the property. Hosts were great! We would gladly stop over again.
A good stay. The host was kind and helpful. There were big fields for true boondocking, but I opted for water and 15 amp in the dirt driveway. And it was a pretty place with a good view. The only downside was noise from trains a half mile away, but it was much, much better than a truck stop. Appreciated.