We only have the street to park in, a fairly wide street with very little traffic. You will be right beside our back yard.
Don't leave your dog in our back yard unattended. Make sure we have our two chihuahuas inside.
Black top road. All you have to do is pull up to the curb and you are all set.
You can park on street or in our driveway. The only place we have for rv parking is beside our back yard, on the street. We have a very safe neighborhood. City doesn't mind if you park for a couple of days. We can give you electric and help with water.
We are usually camping a few times each month. We do a lot of last minute trips in the summer, but feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accommodate you."
We are not far from the Great Sand Dunes National Park. We have several hot springs in the area also. We have a hidden gem, Penitente Canyon. World renowned rock climbing. History buffs will relish the American Indian and Spanish history in the area. The canyon got its name from Los Hermanos Penitentes, a Spanish religious sect that favored Pentinente Canyon for its solitude in the 1880s. When you visit to capture a bit of your own solace and spirituality, don’t miss the Virgin of Guadalupe painted high on a canyon wall and the ruts of ox carts that remain from the days when the Old Spanish Trail traversed the area. The ruts are so deep, you can stand in them up to your knees!
The hosts were welcoming and accommodating even during a busy time for them. They were kind and generous with help, recommendations, and resources. This was a delightful experience for my first Boondockers Welcome stay.
Hosts were gracious in offering above and beyond company and hospitality, including dinner in with them and a shower. Learned much about their family and hobbies.