Shady, flat driveway inside a fence for small RV's. Suitable for pull behinds less than 25-ft or class A's (less than35-ft) that can level themselves at least 12-inches. Parking on the street is flat, partly shaded, little traffic and convenient but not private.
5 miles from downtown Cincinnati and the Bengal and Cincinnati Reds Stadiums. Bus service, every 30-min., at the end of the street, in a nice neighborhood with sidewalks.
Gas station, hardware store, YMCA, close and convenient. Casual chain restaurants (Applebees, Cracker Barrel, Chipotle etc., within 2-miles)
Keep the gates closed at all times.
Treat my property as you would want others to treat yours.
Clean up after your pets
Keep your pets in your rig after they exercise. My pets, schnauzers, will be out otherwise and they don't always play well with other dogs.
Quiet after 10 p.m.
No audible music or quarrels; I have close neighbors, however it is private but not sound proof.
This is a nice place to relax and enjoy nature.
Dead end street off of Hwy 27, Alexandria Pike, which is at the end of Hwy 471 (only 5-miles long from the Ohio River to Highland Heights, Ky)
The premium location is at the bottom of my driveway which requires backing in or out. A shade tree has been cut and it is no longer shady and cool. Not a comfortable site if hotter than 90F during the day.
RV's longer than 30-ft with a tow vehicle is not recommended. The street has a sharp turn with vehicles parked on the street. The curve in the street, and tight/short cul-de-sac at the end of the street makes a Rig with the total length of 40-ft a problem especially for neighbors parked on the street and cul-de-sac.
Tow vehicle needs to be dropped and parked on the street. It's a dead end street with little traffic. Level parking is in the front of the house, but not private since it's on the street.
Quiet, private parking at the end of the driveway. Gated, level for 25-ft., w/ water and electricity. There is a man hole for dumping sewage if you're strong enough to remove the lid.
I am home most all summer, especially July and August. Even during the summer please contact 2-weeks in advance to confirm availability. NO surprises please.
I travel as much as possible, but enjoy helping others by providing a quiet, safe place to relax.
Professional athletic games, summer, winter and fall Cincinnati Reds, and Cincinnati Bengals stadiums are 5-miles away. Downtown Cincinnati offers multiple museums, restaurants from quaint hot dog carts to 4-star restaurants, Segway tours, parks, nationally recognized conservatory, and Zoo. Night clubs and special events along with the 2nd largest October Fest in the World (Munich, Germany is #1)
Can't say enough about this location, and our kind host. She made sure we were comfortable, and even gave us a tour of Cincinnati! We enjoyed getting to know her, and the history of the area. We had a great time exploring Cincinnati, and this was a great home base. Highly recommend this host site!
Our family was welcomed by Rachel! She did everything possible to make us feel welcome and was very accommodating! We were able to park the RV under the shade trees which made a huge difference in keeping our RV cooler. It was a quiet neighborhood and we had no problem sleeping! Our stay at Rachel's gave us easy access to visit the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter on two separate days! It was great getting to know Rachel on a personal level. We were able to share RV stories and teaching stories. We are so grateful for this new connection and hope to meet again.
Rachel is a great host. Super sweet and accommodating. Would totally recommend her place. Thank you so much.
Stayed at Rachel's place on my way to Florida...very good host...nice quiet spot.
Milo loved roaming in your fenced in yard...stop in if your coming to Toronto...