10 acre property that we live on full time with 3.5 acres gated in for animals to roam (as long as they are friendly with our pets). Seasonal creek/ponds on the far side of the property. Both th I -40 and the 89 are visible from our property.
We ask that you be respectful and courteous. We are interested to learn about the RV life so we may be asking some questions.
All your trash needs to go with you.
If you smoke take your cigarette butts with you.
Feel free to have your generators on as late as you need to.
Animals must get along with other dogs. We have 3 dogs and a cat.
You are staying on the property at your own risk. We are not responsible for any harm or damage.
We are less than 1 mile off of paved road. During wet seasons the dirt road can get difficult for a larger rig to maneuver. There is one 90° left turn on the dirt road to get to our property. Once on our property there is plenty of space for pull through parking. It DOES SNOW here seasonally and the final mile of dirt road is not regularly maintained during the snow. During good weather ALL vehicles can access the property with no trouble. No 4WD required.
Parking available next to the rig, there is plenty of space.
We live and work from home so we will almost always be here.
We would love to meet other full time RV families!
Ashfork is a tiny town with a couple gas stations, 2 restaurants, a bar and a few other small town businesses. Only 15 minutes away from Williams where the Grand Canyon Railroad is located.
We were their first "boondocker welcome" visitors! They are a very welcoming friendly family. We had great conversations about RVing which they are new too. Hope they follow their dream to fulltime RVimg!! The exit off I-40 is 144. I'm sure she'll add that to her directions. But I knew the area. The road to their house is a dirt road after the turn off from the frontage road and we had no problems. Just go slow and its all good. We are a 28 foot class C with a toad. The camping location was very level. May our paths cross again.