All pets must be kept on a leash
I have a BBQ pit you're welcome to use.
You're welcome to use my patio
Arrive at or after 1:30 p.m. to be sure I'm home.
1) No generators please.
3) I don't have a problem with you dumping, but you'd have to have a portable holding tank to dump into and then roll it to the septic tank clean out valve. There is a ditch next to where you'd be parking that might be okay to dump waste water (not sewage) into. It's very rural out here.
4) I will accept guest even with the coronavirus outbreak going on, but I will practice self-distancing and hope that you will to until all this is over.
5) I can also provide you a 120 outlet (no compensation requested for that) if you just need to run a fan or small heater or something.
I've never hosted anyone before, so this will be a learning experience for me as well as them. If the yard is dry, there's plenty parking in my front yard. If the yard is wet, there's either a servitude road that's part of my property they can park on that is partially blacktopped, or my gravel driveway. Unfortunately, my first guest will be learning with me what works and what doesn't, but we'll figure it out together. Depending on which way the rig enters Herman Earnest Road, it may be easier for them to pull straight in to my driveway, vs.. backing in. But, again, we'll have to play it by ear. I've never had a rig here longer than my 14 ft TT.
There is plenty of room to park a tow vehicle, either in front of the RV, or in my front yard, and I also have a very long driveway. I own a 30' servitude (that basically goes to nowhere). It's perfectly fine to park on it! I've never hosted before, so if you're the first, it'll be a wait and see what works best.
** Global wildlife Center - 900 acres wildlife preserve, home to over 1000 exotic , endangered and threatened animals from all over the world. it's 44 miles from me, but a great day trip and lots of great eateries along the way.
We have some of the best seafood here.
** if you enjoy adult beverages, we are one of the only states (most likely) that have "drive-through" frozen daiquiri shops! It's a novelty a lot of out of state people find amusing. It's definitely NOT legal, or amusing to drink and drive here, but it is legal to obtain alcohol through our drive through's and bring back to your RV to enjoy..
We left home in a hurry and needed a place to stay made contact with Katrinalccy and she welcomed us even though she was not home because of the hurricane. She gave me directions and where to plug in and dropped by a little later to check on us. Thank you very much maybe next time we can visit a little more. I would stay again when in the area oh if she will let me. (lol)