We live on a quiet, family oriented cul de sac. Low traffic and a road to take your pet for an on leash stroll. Clean water is available, but the parking pad is quite far from our spigot to run a hose. A jerry can may be more convenient. Same goes for electricity, you'll need at least 100' cord.
No smoking on property. Quiet hours 10 pm- 8 am. If you bring your pet, please keep on leash and no nuisance barking,
We are located on a quiet cul de sac with easy access to Rt 2, 190 and 495. We have a gravel parking pad for one RV that will require backing in. It is off the side of our driveway and offers nice privacy surrounded by tall pine trees.
On the street, or grassy lot across from our house that is a parking lot for conservation land.
We are happy to host as long as we are home!
Nashoba Valley Winery, several local nature trails, apple picking at nearby farms in the fall.
Hosts gave excellent arrival directions to ease backing in. Cleared area across from driveway made lining up to back in very easy. Nice, fairly level, gravel pad under the pines with plenty of room for our 24ft trailer and tow vehicle. Host welcomed us on arrival with local apples (crisp & juicy, thanks) and made sure we were all set. They had set up an extension cord and offered use of their outside faucet. We are fully self contained, but really appreciated the generosity.
Very quiet road for walking off the highway stiffness and friendly neighbors greeting us as we went by.
Couldn't have asked for a better experience. We would gladly stay there in the future.
Thank you, Apple Country.
Great location! There is a dedicated stone pad for parking, and access to electrical and water. Make sure you have at least 100ft cord for electric, and a can for water. They were very helpful to give recommendations for our next travel destination. Quite road great for our dogs as well! Highly recommend.