Grass open area, fenced and gated for friendly pets. I recently added a 30 amp plug.
Location requires a 3 point turn to get back out. The rigs in that picture are my 5th wheel on the right and guests from a party. Plenty of room for 3, more in the summer on the lower yard.
Limit late arrivals on work nights.
15.5 miles off I-5 on paved roads. Last 100 yards on gravel, then through narrow gate.
plenty of open space to park by your rig.
We are usually here, send a message and we will get back to you.
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park 11.5 miles, 20 minutes
A superb program and park with indigenous wildlife, on 500 plus acres donated to Metro Parks Tacoma. Something there for all ages.
Mt. Rainier National Park 47 miles to Longmire via west entrance, 1 hour 15 minutes
I worked the summer of 2012 on the mountain, rebuilding sections of Stevens Canyon Road. I am happy to share what I know about the park.
Update: I am working on the same project this year. So far I have seen marmots, elk, deer, and a rare sighting of momma and baby mountain goat.
After joining boondockers, Skyking was my first stop/host. They were very accommodating and personable. I look forward to seeing them on the road one day, or the next time I pass through Washington State.
Skyking were an absolute delight to stay with. We stayed two nights while visiting Mount Rainier (just 1 hour away) and enjoyed chatting and sharing stories with them in the evenings. They have tons of great tips for traveling throughout Washington and Oregon, and elsewhere! They were also generous enough to let us leave our trailer with them for two days while we visited friends in downtown Seattle. Their dogs are adorable and cuddly, with tons of personality. And the spot was perfect - level, spacious, easy to get in and out, quiet and even gated! We would definitely stay with them again and hope they'll give us a shout next time they're in Georgia!
We enjoyed staying with Skykings , they were very accommodating and although had to leave for 2 days we were allowed to stay at their place. Great starting point to Mt Rainier NW entrance.
This was our first time staying at a place through BoondockersWelcome so we were a little nervous trying it out. These hosts completely exceeded our expectations, one-thousand percent! We shared a few dinners and got to walk their dogs (not a chore for us), it was like instant family. We definitely recommend for anybody to stay there, they truly love hosting guests and being helpful, you'll love your stay with them. The bar has been set pretty high now for other hosts that we meet on our trip hahah.
This couple were very welcoming and they treated me like family. Thoroughly enjoyed my stay with them.
We really enjoyed our several days here. Wonderful Hosts!! Their dogs are also great fun, but are fenced in if you are not a 'dog person.' Highly recommended. Dave & Robn
We had a wonderful experience staying with Kelly and Mary. They are a great couple that were extremely accommodating. They gave us information and recommendations on the area. Their property is in close proximity to Mt. Rainier and we got to go on a gorgeous hike while we were there. Kelly was even nice enough to try to fix our refrigerator and tongue jack for us, which unfortunately had not been working properly. It was a pleasure getting to know the two of them and touring the area. If we are ever back in the area, we would absolutely visit or stay with them again.
We stayed with them one night but were invited back if we needed to stay again. They were very kind to us and were happy to share lots of information with us about the cool places to camp, drive, hike, and boondock in and around the parks in the area. Their two dogs are very cute and friendly, we spent a lot of time chatting and petting the dogs and watching hummingbirds. We are so thankful to have met them and for hosting us!
Super nice couple that made me feel welcome. They made sure that I got in and settled and had everything that I needed. I stayed at their place in order to have a good base to make a trip out to Mt. Rainier. Their property is in a quiet area which is just a bit out of the main town, but still only a few minutes from major retailers and such, so I found that to be ideal. I have a 1997 31' Class C built on a Ford chassis. There is quite a bit of rig behind the rear tires, so I had a little trouble getting up the driveway because it is on a small incline, but I was able to make it. My hitch dragged a bit, but since it was gravel, it was ok. The driveway is short, but this is a challenge with my particular rig. You just might want to be aware of that before deciding to stay if you know you have the same issue. Thanks so much, guys! I really enjoyed my stay!
Our hosts were very nice, they gave us advice on where to go and what to see on our route and they live in a beautiful, green, quiet place - we loved it!
I have great time. I visited Kelly and Mary (Skyking1) on my way to Seattle. They live in just about 40 miles from Seattle. They offered to stay at they place and I parked my RV in they yard on beautiful grass lawn. Since they have large enough property to host Rally, I could pick my spot under nice pine trees and they provided free power. It was a paradise. We make friends with Kelly and Marry and spent wonderful time together grilling our food on charcoal grill, having evening chat and exchanging informations. Since parking for RV is near to impossible in Seattle, Kelly took us for day trip in his car and we have a ball. Seattle is nice city to visit, but not RV friendly. Hard to get close to city and catch local transportation. I would like to thank Kelly and Marry for their hospitality and offered friendship. For sure we will be coming to visit them soon again. And I forgot dog Rocky. He is real champ. I was thinking to take him with us for rest of the trip but Kelly would cry his eyes out. Great dog.