It is a level dirt pad just off the paved road. Our property is a bit overgrown with trees and a couple bushes (purposely, both for the habitat and my personal aesthetics.) Our dog is usually off leash so I don’t mind yours, as long as it’s friendly and has its manners.
You can run an extension cord from our porch- you’ll need about 50 ft. We have a water spigot available on the other side of the house you’re welcome to, it’s just not very convenient for you to access as it’s further than I care to carry water.
You can use your bbq or set up your chairs, but I prefer you bring them into the yard rather than set up right next to your rig. The rv spot is right next to my neighbors property, and close to the road so I’d prefer outside activities in away from the road and neighbors.
No smoking on the property. Children are totally welcome. We have small kids who may chatter your ear off, so take that in account too. Please don’t run a generator, fuel fumes bother me. Please keep any pets away from the neighbors property- they’re welcome off leash on mine. I have a mid sized dog and two indoor/outdoor cats so if your dog is a chaser keep it on leash.
The road is pretty narrow, but there is space to cut a corner as you pull in and the road is not busy, so if you need to do a couple point turns to get out, you won’t be holding up traffic or anything. My 25 foot rig can pull in and out with no problems and no extra turns. There is a couple feet of overhanging tree, but it is just the branch ends, no large stiff limbs to worry about. My rig scapes the branches but has sustained no damage.
This is small town Arizona. About an hours drive up to mount Graham has some very pretty views, and we have Riggs lake and Dankworth Pond just 10-15 minutes away. Hot dunes recreation area 45 minutes away. There are also a couple hidden gems, such as Cluff ponds (free, has a small boat launch, good swimming, 30 minute drive) Red Knolls (a very interesting land formation- it has a couple mini caves/crevasses to explore, or you can hike up to the top for the view. It’s basically an isolated Mesa with many cool cliffs and a fun little hike. 30 minute drive.)