We live on a 40 acre farm near Hillsboro Ohio. We can accept about any size RV depending on weather and time of year. (We are 5th wheelers) We have some gravel areas, or sometimes just grass that could get muddy. Some times we can put you near a water hydrant and/or 15 amp electric.
Be considerate......... This is a working farm with all the dangers related to it. Watch your kids closely. We are also a Bed and Breakfast. What we can and can't allow may depend on whether we have B&B guests
1/3 mile long gravel drive. Must cross a creek culvert. (no problem with our 5th wheel, but a very low and long trailer may drag). A short moderate gravel hill to climb. Although I said no pull-thru, there is plenty of room to maneuver your rig.
No problem parking your tow vehicle. we have a fairly large gravel barnyard. If grassy areas are solid, parking space is nearly unlimited.
We can welcome you most any time we are home. If we have paying guests at our bed and breakfast, we can still offer you a nice grass spot away from the main house weather permitting. To clarify some questions-- 1) water and electric available? -Maybe 2) Generators allowed? - How loud is it? 3) Pets welcome? That depends,---- Does it bark all night? Will it attack our Golden Retriever? Quiet, friendly dog on a leash,-- sure.
Serpent Mound, Arc of Appalachia, or just hike the trails in our woods. Check out visitors guides for Highland, Ross and Pike counties
We were greeted at the end of the driveway by the road and given the option to park down there if we wanted privacy but were welcome to park closer to the house and were given a golf cart ride up the long driveway. We parked in the driveway just past the house and were hooked up with electric and water. Got a tour of the house - beautiful! Got to meet their daughter who was there for the weekend working on cleaning the heritage Banatka wheat she had grown and harvested. My partner was in 7th heaven helping tinker with the seed cleaner to get optimum results. Our dog loved being able to roam. Had we known what we were getting into, we would have stayed longer but had reservations the next night. When we left, we were able to keep going up the driveway to exit without having to turn around and go back over the creek.
This gentleman came out to meet us where we parked at the end of the drive. Such a nice man. We only stayed the one night due to a change in plans but could have happily stayed a lot longer. Highly recommend!
Exceptional hoasts very inviting property and feel we have gained new friends. The numerous projects, interests and conversations made me want to be adopted into the family. We are grateful for our time on the Farm.
This is our first.BDW experience and it could not have been better. Redwing went above and beyond to make us feel welcome. Peaceful setting, invited in for a hearty breakfast and conversation. So grateful they are a part of BDW!
If you like country living, you will enjoy staying here. Doug and Jane will make you feel right at home. We had a great time and hope to visit again soon.
Our first boondocking experience, Woodhaven Farm was delightful. We only wish we could have stayed more than one night! Redwing and their friendly golden retriever Luke, gave us a warm welcome and showed us around the farm and woods. We enjoyed tea on the porch in the morning and conversation about organic farming, chickens, cows, bee keeping and native plants. Hope we can reciprocate the hospitality at our place soon!
What an absolute gem hidden back in the woods! Woodhaven Farm met me with an umbrella and took me in the house for iced tea and wonderful stories while waiting for the rain to slow down. What a delightful afternoon! I wish I could have stayed longer and hope I can make it back someday.
After a long day of driving in an entire day of rain, we reached Redwing's, were welcomed, and it was the respite needed for us. The electric plug-in, outstanding dinner, (inside their owener designed & built), and the friendly dog, were appreciated by us the exhausted travelers. Highly recommended for Boondockers as well as Bed and Breakfasters.
We just spent a weekend with Redwing at their great farm and Boondocking spot in southwestern Ohio. These people are extremely friendly and very hospitable. Nice quiet location with beautiful surroundings and not far from Rocky Fork State Park.
Stayed at Redwing and his wife's place. Excellent experience I can't say enough about this couple and their hospitality. I only stayed one night so far but I not only found a hidden treasure spot to stay but felt I met a new friend for life. I was shown several places I could stay for the night. I was invited to supper and it was a great supper. Bottom line is would recommend this couple and their property if you need a place to stay while traveling.
This couple are the nicest people you'll ever want to meet. They hosted our Class C on their farm over Memorial Day weekend, 2016. They took time to talk with us, even on a busy weekend at their B&B. They have a keen interest in history, and a broad array of talents and stories to share.
If they ever request a stay at your place, jump at the chance. You will have a great time with some lovely people....
Karl and Brenda Corbett, Cincinnati, Ohio
We were very lucky to have them reach out to us so quickly. We did not even give a day's warning and we were welcomed onto his beautiful farm and B&B. We are travelling with 4 kids and they were happy to have them help feed the cows and talk their ears off. There is lots of room to walk/bike the grounds and forrest. They have bird feeders throughout which is fun and we even enjoyed a bonfire with their daughter and company visiting from the city. Come in your RV and come again to enjoy the B&B experience!