A place to park for free for a night or two. About 5 miles off I 70. Quiet residential neighborhood. Heavily wooded; borders state park.
"Rule number one, follow all Rules."
Rural, scenic, low traffic road to access our place. Gravel driveway.
Tow vehicle will be with the towed rig.
Hit or miss availability. Send a message with a proposed date.
30 minutes to Baltimore; 50 to DC. An hour or so to Gettysburg, Antietam.
Great people! Very nice, helped me backup and situate the RV in the right spot. Great direction givers! Charles helped me with a cabinet door that would not stay closed! Yeah!!! He fixed it!👍
This place is a hidden gem. Lovely wooded hide a way. We loved being here. Thank you so much.
We are so grateful we were able to stay here, it was our first time using boondockers and they were gracious enough to give us a safe place to stay and let us plug in while we were passing through. They even let us use their wifi!
We talked about rving for awhile outside and traded some stories, thank you again for all your help and hope to meet you again on the road.
-Jacq & Helaman
We have had a very good contact by mail. Unfortunately we had to cancel our visit related to delay of the ship on which our RV. We hope for our return trip in October to visit the family. Best regards and see you soon, Robert and Nelleke
1st the property is located in and is surrounded by Beautiful forest. I parked comfortably in their driveway. I'm not sure it would be feasible to bring even a short trailer in. Ideal would be a van or vans size. It was really nice to be able to drive from their place to the train station. ( about 45 minutes) Park my van and ride the greenline about half an hour to arrive within two blocks of the national Mall in Washington DC. That helped me avoid having to drive in downtown Washington traffic and having to find a parking place. They were very helpful. This is been a pleasant stay. I'd recommend them without reservations as a host.