We have a large 1.5 Acre property on hill in country setting, not a neighborhood. Surrounded by fields and Amish farmers. Nice and quiet except perhaps for the Cows up the street every so often. Some times we have rich fragrance from the fields so campers should be aware.
Be considerate and leave the place as clean as you found it. No partying and loud music. Control your dogs and pick up after them.
At the end of a Cul De Sac. Standard width driveway with a somewhat steep incline. I have a 36 foot travel trailer and have to remove the rear levelers to keep it from dragging. A shorter trailer should not have the same issue.
Best method to enter the property is to back the trailer up the driveway. We have a couple of different options to park. On the front yard (during dry seasons), along the side of the driveway, or adjacent to the garage.
Can park next to the rig or anywhere on the property as needed.
We can support longer rigs as long as they can make it up the driveway. If you have rear drag wheels then it should not be an issue.
North East MD, Conowingo Dam, Havre De Grace, Elk Neck State Park, Cecil County Speedway