Open field and some shaded areas. Very rural.
Paved roads up to last half mile of our driveway. We bring our 38' Class A motorhome in and out the driveway but it is probably more suited for a truck camper, small Class C or a Class B. We can usually find space nearby for any size rig.
Most of the time but we travel frequently on volunteer mission projects.
There are three covered bridges still in use in our county.
My wife and I were traveling from PEI to southern Mississippi in Jan. 2013. One of our boondocking experiences was at Remlap on a rainy day. Getting to the boondocking site was a bit of an effort, since it was out-of-the way, but we were very glad we persevered! We were allowed to park in the driveway of an aunt, who made us a tasty cinnamon bread, as well as sourdough buns! We spent a quiet night. The next morning, our hosts invited us for breakfast. Then, since the next leg of our journey was undecided re: where we would stay, our host phoned her mom in Tuscaloosa and arranged for our stay in her driveway, which we did. There's no guarantee of bread, rolls, or breakfast if you choose to stay at Remlap, but I think you'll find it a very pleasant stay.