We have one spot for a smallish rig, less than 25 ft. It is on the street which is sometimes busy. It is not completely level and would require leveling blocks. We have parked our rig there easily. I wish we had a better spot but that's the way it is! Slide outs are not an option due to the limited space. We are about 15 miles north of Seattle, the nearest public transportation hub is a mile + away for easy access to the city.
No smoking in our home
No generators after 9PM
2 night stay but we can also see how things go. We like friendly people.
Back yard is fenced for dogs but pick up the poop!
Easy access but it can be a busy street during commuter hours.
We've had people park their small trailer in the driveway but it has a steep pitch to it, not suitable for parking sleeping quarters.
Home a lot this coming year, we might be in and out during holiday times. Water is available.
Wineries, Breweries, Lake Washington, Burke Gilman bicycle trail, St. Edward State Park, Seattle (15 miles away, fairly easy transit options)
Such a nice couple helping us get set up with enough leveling blocks and providing water and electric. We enjoyed a dinner and sharing our blogs with each other. They allowed us to leave our trailer there while visiting my brother in Seattle, which was a huge help. Would definitely recommend a stay here!
We really enjoyed staying here. We even walked over to some shopping Malls and restaurants. We also had some nice conversations on many subjects.
Very nice folks with big hearts. We has dinner and talked for hours. If you stay with them you will have a good time.
Jill and Thayer are fantastic hosts -- so friendly and hospitable. They welcomed us with open arms and even taught our one-year-old to walk :) Definitely look Jill and Thayer up if you're in the Seattle area!