As the title says a nature hideaway in the middle of Omaha Nebraska I live on the end of a street with plenty of space that if you don't look to your left you will think that you are partially in the country. you will see plenty of deer and wild turkeys.
Please no arrivals after dark to setup. There is no light available to see branches that may have fallen where you need to turn into and then backup.
Quiet time is after 10pm
Please no small children
Return visitors may be allowed to stay if I am camping elsewhere myself.
Please clean up after yourself. If you smoke pickup your butts. if you have pets please pick up after them,
Departure time is after 8am and before 1pm anytime earlier, neighbors have not left for work yet and it might be difficult to maneuver a rig down the street, "I know this from experience."
Any violation you will be asked to leave.
Will have to travel on gravel or dirt to access the spot and also depending on how experienced you are at backing up your rig. You will have to back down into your spot, If you are a novice don't worry I can help you. You will also be parking at the bottom of a small incline you also will need a 30amp extension cable to access power if you want. there is one tree at the entrance where you have to turn in that if you are taller than 17' you will need to give a wider berth to, other than that it is an open field surrounded by trees at the end of a neighborhood.
you will see plenty of wild turkeys and deer. And Annika might come up to you for a lick or a belly rub.
in front of rig
In the summer I will do last minute trips but may still be able to accommodate you.
In the winter site may not be accessible due to weather. I may be able to accommodate you in the driveway, if desperately needed.
If it is rainy our and you see mud please be kind when getting our or into the site. If it ends up getting tore up I will stop accepting guests.
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