Oversized back yard in the middle of a small town. The yard needs some work, but for now it is just a nice quiet place to park. The immediate neighbor is a quiet body shop that shouldn't be too noisy. Currently only dirt/grass in the yard so if it has rained recently I may need to decline a request or ask to cancel a reservation.
There is a hemp farm next door, so depending on the weather, wind, and season you may get a distinct smell (think skunk/marijuana). The smell is stronger in the fall.
Electric hookup is ~100 feet from parking spot, so plan to bring a long extension cord (or you can borrow mine). You likely won't be able to use your big electrical systems (fridge, A/C, water heater) without a generator, unless you have a heavy-duty extension cord and know what you're doing.
Water spigot and sewer clean-out are a bit further than the electric hookup, so you will have to utilize them either on your way in or your way out.
Wifi router is in the house, so you may need a directional antenna or to sit outside to pick up the signal.
If you have a well-behaved dog that won't run away, they are welcome to be off-leash near your rig.
Quiet between 10pm and 9am.
Please no loud/construction generators.
Be courteous and kind :)
We are right in the middle of a small town, so accessing the property is easy. The driveway is the trickiest part - the photos show it better than I can describe it, but if you're towing a trailer you'll likely need to be skilled at backing up, and take it slow. We can help spot you if necessary. A very small trailer may have enough room to turn around after pulling in straight, but it will likely be ideal to back in to the spot.
Driveway is 15 feet wide. Overhead wire is about 14 feet, so any standard height rigs should not have an issue driving under it.
Next to rig, in yard.
A small park is immediately next door. 2 restaurant/bars within walking distance (1 is a dive bar, the other is a nicer brewpub). Dollar General is ~1 mile away, Walmart/Costco are 7.6 miles away. Fort Collins and Greeley are 15-30 minutes away depending on your destination. Northern Colorado has plenty to offer, including a great selection of breweries!
Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park are an easy 1.25 hour (50 mile) drive.
Easy to pull into backyard with lots of room to turn around if needed. Nights were quiet. Convenient if visiting Rocky Mountains. Would definitely return.
Kevin was friendly and helpful our entire stay. Would recommend to anyone :)
We were able to stay here for our granddaughters HS graduation which was very convenient. Our hosts were very great and was right there to welcome us and show us where to park and it was very easy. Told us about the local restaurants and other area attractions. If we come thru the area again we will probably ask permission stay again.
What a wonderful pair of host, and now our Friends. Great evening with Kevin, and his fiancé. Our cat Nena loved Phoenix. Shared some Mountain Oysters from the restaurant Bruce’s.