We are offering you the use of 60 Acres of our undeveloped land. We do not live on property and there are NO services (Water, Electricity or Sewer) on the property. Please be self contained for boondocking and carry out what you bring in.
If you park near the old milking barn, feel free to store your bikes or scooter inside the block barn if you wish to keep them out of the weather.
Please do not cut any trees or branches for firewood. Feel free to gather kindling from the gound if needed.
Our 60 acres of undeveloped land is split by an improved road with approximately 40 acres on the south side and 20 acres on the north side. Most of the property is heavily wooded, including old growth trees. Access off the improved road is ONLY via dirt roads. Most of the open space for parking a larger rig is on the north side of the road, where there are a few acres of open fields that may be cultivated by neighbors. Please note that the soil is sandy in Brunswick County and you should evaluate where best to park based on your rig size and weight.
Tow vehicles can be parked beside your RV, or elsewhere on the cleared property. Please just don't block access on the right away dirt road to the 3 land locked properties to the north.
There are several acres of open space on the northern portion of our property, so availability is pretty assured.
Oak Island Beaches and kayaking on the south end of Oak Island.
We really enjoyed our stay at this property! Our host gave us very thorough directions and accurate information about the propery. This property is easy to find and very peaceful. At night we could hear distant wildlife and saw a bunch of turkeys wandering around. I would definitely recommend this host!
The member is great but i can’t recommend this location. There is a right of way dirt road that serves 3 homes in the back of the property. After i arrived i met one of the neighbors who stopped by who was very nice. He mentioned he would let the other neighbors know that i was authorized to be there. Later another vehicle entered the right of way, slowed down, stopped briefly and kept going. Around 8:30 As i was dozing off, that same vehicle approached from the front with headlights on my windshield, proceeded to the side very close, then to the rear. My little dog was barking loudly. They did not exit the vehicle and drove off after a few minutes. About 20 minutes later they returned and did the same tactic. Not a pleasant experience. This is what someone does to intimidate so the RV leaves or to determine if an RV is occupied.
I provided a description of the vehicle to the member but he was unable to determine who it was.
Another negative about the property was the amount of gunfire between 4 and 8pm. Probably target practice about 300-400 yards away.