Do you like nature and peace-and-quiet? I own a 15 acre farm, mostly wooded and grass fields. It's located in a quiet, safe neighborhood.
It is mostly unimproved, which means mainly on-grass parking. There is 1 spot in the field where there's a water hydrant and a 110v outlet. Or if you park near the house, I don't mind you connecting to our exterior connections.
You are welcome to explore the property: walk the untamed woods, to bird watch, or to play in the our very small creek. I often see deer, several types of hawks, songbirds, and foxes.
We are a friendly camping family. I am new to being a BoonDocker host, so please communicate your wants & expectations, and I will do my best to accommodate you.
Quiet time: 10pm to 8am weekends. Weekdays we must ask for quiet by 8PM, especially during the school year This includes generators.
No loud radios or music. If we can hear it outside, it's too loud.
No littering including cigarette butts.
No guns or other weapons on the property.
No dogs, sorry. If you have a small pet that remains inside your TT or Motor Home, that's fine. But due to liability concerns and the fact we have a dog, we would prefer no dogs.
Respect the other homeowners on the shared lane leading to my property: don't drive on their grass, no littering, etc.
Do not touch, feed, pet, or otherwise interact with the horses. Horse areas are off limits. No climbing on horse fences or gates.
No hunting or harming wildlife.
Please respect our family's privacy. Don't enter barn or garage. Don't peer into home windows. Do not help yourself to our extension cords or other items you see.
No illegal drugs. Alcohol consumption should be limited to reasonable amounts, i.e. no public intoxication.
If you are bringing a large group or want permission to have another BoonDocker visitor meet you to camp with you, advance permission required.
If you aren't sure about something, just ask. I aim to be friendly and accommodating. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave at any time for any reason (eg. ignoring roles, posing a clear safety risk, causing complaints from the neighbors)
Thank you! I hope you enjoy your visit.
Paved private lane leads to my paved driveway.
Message me with any questions. I have acres of space, but almost all of it is grass. You may get stuck on grass in wet weather if you do not have 4WD.
For smaller, lighter vehicles: you may use a level portion of our paved driveway (Class B or a small Class C). I'm concerned about weight because driveway is residential and not built for the weight of the big motor homes.
I also have a 2 acre grass field visitors could use. There is 1 water hydrant and 1 standard (110v, max 15A) electrical outlet at edge of this field. Again - it's grass not paved, so not good for damp weather unless you have 4 wheel drive. It might be good if a few different visitors wanted to use to meet as a group? Message me if you want pics or to discuss a possible group event. It does require driving over a little bit of a dip (edge of road). I can cross the dip in my pickup no problem, but I would not recommend it for something with low clearance. Once across the dip there is a 16' gate, so keep in mind this turn. Happy to send pics upon request.
No steep hills.
Slope isn't steep, but most of the property does have a gentle slope to it.
End of road has a cul-de-sac. A vehicle could do the turn there, then back down my driveway and onto the grass parking area. If you opt for the the fenced field, plenty of room to turn around.
Low hanging trees: there are a few trees along edge of woods by the house, but you should be OK if you stay away from them. No trees in the field.
Plenty of on-grass parking. NOT suitable in wet weather or with extremely heavy vehicles. I just don't want anyone getting stuck.
For smaller, lighter vehicles: you may use a level portion of our paved driveway (Class B or a small Class C).
If you did park on grass, there is room to park your tow vehicle next to trailer.
This area has lots to do. We are close to many parks, near several rivers & ponds with great boating & fishing, minutes to Cecil Dragway, 5 miles to the cute small town of North Eaat (antique shops, independent eateries, boutiques), a short drive to the borse-focused Fair Hill Natural Resource Area. There are many marinas and a couple of golf courses nearby. I'm only about 15 minutes from the Conowingo Dam, one of the best spots for watching bald eagles and other birds in the region. If you canoe or kayak, there are many places I can suffer you visit. I paddle a canoe myself.
If you're looking for something specific, just ask.