At my home in Mc Donough Georgia ouyside of Atlanta Ok for truck campers , vans or short campers as driveway is turning uphill and could cause dragging in some campers but have a acre lot once accessed.Nice quite,safe neighborhood. Safe day or night.
No loud noises outside or excessive drinking. P/U after dogs please..Can use washer, Dryer and maby a shower ,Laid back , no early morning departures (your choice) Neighbor hood has pools, tennis courts usable as guest of .host
paved road in subdivision tight turn uphill large rear yard app 3 miles from I75 on south side of Atlanta No large RVs as sharp turn uphill could drag
Hooked to camper in rear of property
Normally on road April May June Home July, August Road Sept thru November.
Stone Mountain, Underground Atlanta, Atlanta Race Track, Lake Lanier Six Flags Coke Museum Aquarium etc.Lake Jackson& ,oconee lake etcThe towns of .Senoia where walking dead filmed also covington where many films made. many local parks walking trails. Oconee river running where olympics was held. Much more
Pleasant, quiet and safe stay. Vagabond was a great host. Really enjoyed talking with him. He has a lot of great advice especially for first timers like ourselves! Felt very welcomed and safe!
This spot was perfect, we wanted to stay somewhere before driving thru Atlanta and it was perfect. Not too far from the highway and the area to park was very spacious. The host gave us great tips for our trip out west, he is quite the traveler!
Amazing host. Appreciate all the hospitality and warm for our stay. Thank you!
No words can express my gratefulness to Ray for providing us , my doggy and me
, safe and quiet place to sleep for the night . Ray was wonderful , very accommodating and very thoughtful. Some day I would like to come back if time allows and he has a space for us.
We had two lovely quiet nights here together with a couple from Australia. The hosts were super nice and we spent some time each night talking and sharing food. Their dog was all enthusiastic about the kids. The hosts (I mean, the Easter bunny) even surprised our toddler on Easter Day! He was so excited :-)
Thank you for the lovely time!
Our host was very accommodating and made us feel very welcome. He was a fount of knowledge on RVing locations and motorcycle trails. Great talking to him. Thank you for a quiet and safe place to stay during our trip to Atlanta!
A little strange going to someone’s house and parking in their backyard, but host made us feel very welcome. Offered to let us plug in electric, but didn’t have an adapter for extension cord. Based on good first experience would try this again.
I was lucky enough to meet Vagabond back in January while changing my truck camper batteries in a parking lot. I had never heard of Boondockers Welcome prior to meeting him, and am thankful he mentioned the site. After speaking for a few minutes in the parking lot about our respective truck camping experiences, Vagabond invited me to use his driveway to park my rig for a couple nights. It was a perfect opportunity to fix a few things around the camper and tidy up a bit, especially since a big rain storm was heading through the region and I didn't particularly want to be on the road. He even helped me drill a new mounting hole in my bike rack with his drill motor! Great guy, nice neighborhood. Beware, if you have a long rig you may drag on the driveway coming in and out.
My wife and I boondocked with Ray in Dec. 2012 and at the time I didn't know I could leave recommendations as I was new to the website. Oh well...I just want to say that Ray was a great host for our first trip using boondocking. We were warmly welcomed and I was amazed at how much he travels.
Hosts were great.
They are planning a trip to Alaska so we spent about 3 hours checking out free camping and planning the root through BC and Yukon - land of the midnight sun.
Would recommend them to al lfellow Boondockers
These people welcomed us into their house like old friends. A great location for our January (2014) return from the south. Nice level location with electricity, which was a blessing as it was cold and our propane furnace was acting up. He has been to a lot of interesting places and is the source of a lot of helpful hints on travel. His wife is also quite an interesting person and well versed in many areas. All in all - real nice folks. Hope they can visit us some day on their way north. If you have the type of rig that can negotiate the sharp uphill turn into their driveway I would recommend them as a great place to stay.
This is a great guy that loves to travel in his truck camper and hike. He is a wonderful host, and just might show you his travel photos that belong on magazine covers - they are that good. Glad to call him a friend. I met him when I followed his rig until he stopped, and fortunately he did not think we were stalking him. So glad we met up because we enjoy both of them.