camp in gravel parking area, which has a camp fire area close. or in the field for bigger rigs
About 2 miles off of Wine Country rd.; makes it very close to all Prosser has to offer
be respectful of property, enjoy,, and an arrival ETA would be helpful..
gravel drive way off main road.
I have a large field for big rigs and gravel parking for smaller rigs
closed in winter first of Nov till end of March
i do take my own trips so
give me a shout and see if I can accommodate you.
Lots of Winery's , Brewers and places to eat, I have information to hand out upon arrival
Both the location and the host are a gem. We loved staying with WayneC. Very easy to strike up a conversation. Easy to find location with google maps taking us right there. Plenty of space for our 34 ft class A. Kids had a great time running around and chatting. Would recommend.
What a nice way to finish a day on the road. Wayne was not able to be there when we arrived,but left good directions for parking. Parked in the shade of a big tree. After setup our host returned. Brought out a power cord and we were up and running. We had a nice visit. Wayne and I are veterans so we shared a few stories. He was a great host. We would stay there again if our travels take us that way again.
WayneC is a great host. This was my first stay using Boondokers. He is friendly, inviting me to join his friends on the porch when they gather. My dog enjoyed him and his land. We were very welcomed. He has plenty of room with boondocker not requiring hookups and one with water and electricity. I hope to come back.
This hide away is bordered by grape vines with a spectacular view of the rolling hills beyond. The semi arid landscape is a contrast to the green of the vines. Our host greeted us as we pulled into his parking area. Fifteen amp service, water, and great WiFi were a welcome surprise. Our host invited us to join him and some friends in an
Impromptu gathering on his porch. We were treated to samples of wine from one of the local visit vineyards and had the pleasure of learning about the area and its vineyards. We highly recommend End of Trails. It’s a great spot from which to explore the many wineries in the area.