You will be camping on the edge of a 12 acre field. Walking distance from our house. It is a mowed area and well maintained. You can watch nature happen from this location. A great window to watch the stars. Its further of the main road which is especially good for people with pets. This is not a pull through but there is plenty of room to turn around.
Most importantly, follow our directions for parking before you arrive so you have easy and SAFE access
Please keep Garbage and food inside your RV as we have a lot of wildlife, Bears, Coyote, Fox, Bobcats, Etc. They likely wont bother you or your belongings but if you leave trash outside you may wake to a mess.
Please pick up cigarette butts if you smoke and dog poo if you have a dog.
Enjoy yourself, respect others and the land.
Generators can run all day and night if you need it and it doesn't disrupt other boondockers that may be within ear shot
You will have to travel a few hundred meters on a very good dirt road.
There are 2 No Trespassing signs at driveway entrance (those are there to keep ATV's and Snowmobiles off the field)
park a vehicles with rig
We live in the middle of the wilderness with soooo much at arms length.
2 minutes walk - Earltown General Store
2kms - Sugar Moon Farm, a working maple syrup farm and restaurant
24kms - Rushton’s Beach
39kms - Blue Sea Beach
23kms - Tatamagouche Road Train
29kms - Patterson’s Wharf
23kms - The Tatamagouche Brewery
15kms - Balmoral Grist Mill
33kms - Tidal Bore in Truro
62kms = Rafting the Tidal Bore in Maitland Area (Shubenacadie River Runners) a must for the adventure seakers
16kms - Sutherland Steam Mill
40kms - Jost Vineyards
0kms - Go for a hike to find what’s left from the “Hermit of Gully Lake” a local interest (can find info about him on YouTube)
We are a day trip (or a few hours) to Halifax, Peggys Cove, Parrsboro/ Harbour View Restaurant/ Five Islands, and Sherbrooke Village on the Eastern Shore Area
24kms - Tatamagouche
30kms - Truro, Beautiful Victoria Park