We have plenty of room for any size rig. Live on 8.67 acres. Property is fenced. There are horses and dogs allowed to roam free on the property. Dogs are very friendly. Not a good location if you dont like dogs. Hasn't ever happened but it is possible that horses can kick vehicles if they are in the way when horses are striking out at each other. There is parking just outside our gate if you prefer. No smoking or campfires allowed on the property due to fire danger. No generators running. This is rattlesnake country so be alert and don't climb around the rocks. There are coyotes in the neighborhood so small dogs must be watched.
Paved road to our driveway and then short gravel driveway.
We could have stayed longer if the weather wasn't starting to get worse. The hosts at this spot are some of the nicest people you'll ever meet. We showed up later than expected, they showed us where to park and said, "Come in for dinner after you've gotten all situated." One of the prettiest places we've been to. They have a great view, and the ambiance is amazing. These hosts, and their family are so down to earth, and we wish we could have stayed longer. We are so glad to be able to call them friends now. Don't skip out on the chance to meet these guys. The views alone are worth the drive.
Staying with Dianelmann was so peaceful. Their home and RV site are most unique. We loved the animals and the warm apple cake. We recommend this Boondockers Welcome site to anyone.
Diane and Greg were wonderful hosts, helped us with a car, fed us with very tasty soup and gave us some good advice on what to see on our journey. Oh, and Greg makes the best coffee and the best breakfast cereal ever and he shared recipe! Thanks again!
My wife and I were made very welcome here, Greg was super helpful fixing a seat belt problem we had, so kind! We look forward to meeting this couple again back home...