My wife and I with 4 children live on 2 acres in the rural part of the city, our home is surround with horses and fields. We have room to park about any size RV and can provide power and water. We appreciate $3 to $5 compensation per night for power. We also have several free dump station within 2 miles of our home.
We have a small pond with waterfalls in the front yard where you can sit on the porch and enjoy the view of the mountains or if you prefer more of a camping feel we have a 3 ft wood fire pit in the backyard that can be used for cooking. Or you can sit next to the gas fire on the screen back deck.
Because, my wife and I both work, we ask that you arrive between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. unless other agreements are made. We leave for work between 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. When we are not home, we are uncomfortable with Boondockers that linger around while parked on our property. We do not want to rush in the morning so we don't have a set time when you need to leave.
We are 15 minutes south of I-84 and 20 minutes north of I-80 by way of I-15 then 3 miles from I-15. The parking area is level gravel unless you want to park in the field then its grass.
Our work and vacation schedules vary, based on what we have going on we can welcome guest. Please contact us with your schedule to see if we can accommodate you. You may contact us well in advance but, since our work schedule varies, we prefer to only commit to your stay within 7 days of your intended visit. When staying several days you may leave your RV park on our property while visiting local sites. Because my wife and I both work we would ask that you not stay on our property while we are not home.We do not want to rush in the morning so we don't have a set time when you need to leave. The time we leave and return from work changes and we will let you know when we accept your request. The range is from 7:00 to 9:00 in the morning and 4:00 to 8:00 in the evening.
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I'm looking for a place to park for a few weeks or a month at a time. Is it okay to ask for a long-term stay? What if I offer to pay? https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/faq/being-guest/#may-i-request-a-long-term-stay
Please do not ask. We are happy to host guest traveling in their RV through town or seeing local sites. If you are looking for a cheap space to park you should look for a campground that offers a weekly or monthly discount or posts an ad on Craig's List. Traveling guest and fulltime RVs, here to see local sites or stopping overnight are welcome.
From our front porch looking east you can see miles of the Wasatch Mountains where you are minutes away from boating, fishing,4 wheeling, snowmobiling and snow skiing. From our back deck you can see the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island (15 minute drive.) set in the background of the bird refuse behind us. From our house you can make day trips to places in the North around Ogden (20-30 Minute drive) Golden Spike, Union Station Railroad, and Hill Aerospace. To the South around Salt Lake City(20-30 Minute drive) LDS Temple Square, This is the Place, Rio Tinto Copper pit,
Nice family, and helped with travel plans. We will stay with them again.
We really appreciated Paul and his family graciously taking us in with only a few hours notice. They were very friendly and accommodating!
Convenient location (for us) as we needed to have our Class B serviced at a local Mercedes-Benz dealer, close to local heritage museum/parks, level parking, and their willingness to play our silly board game was appreciated. We highly recommend this Host when in UT.
Had a great time for one night stay, just worked out perfect. Found PaulWaters to be down to earth, intelligent hard working folks with nice kids and strong work ethic and family values. I'm sure we made some new friends. I hope we get to boondock with them again and hope to host them at our home. Gord and Cherie Anderson.
We stayed two nights at Paul's house. They welcomed us with a fire and marshmallow (even in the middle of the week!) and we shared the diner. Quiet place near Antilope Island and a not so far from Salt Lake City. They were so generous of their time, they gave good advises about things to do. Thank you, hope to see you again!
I stayed here at the end of October 2016 and could not have had better hosts in the SLC area. They are well-traveled and great conversationalists. They gave some great advice on things to do while in the area. The whole family is super nice. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Thank you!!!!
We enjoyed our stay in Water's family, very nice. Thanks again for your welcome and the information about the points of interests near your city: very useful!
This family is so so sweet! We are so very grateful they let us stay last minute. They were so nice to have a campfire for us and s'mores for the kids! Thank you Walters family!!
Great hosts and a warm, receptive family. Highly recommend staying here! They spent a lot of time with us recommending sites to see and shared their knowledge of the area, because they grew up there and know the community and its history. We'd love to visit again when we pass back through the Salt Lake area.
We stayed here for two nights. It was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Our hosts were very friendly and accomodating, treating us as one of their family. If you are looking for a comfortable, friendly boondocking experience, we highly recommend Paul and his family.
We all enjoyed every moment we stayed here, with the amazing view and friendly pets. We are grateful to the Waters family for their kind hospitality and generosity. It was wonderful to get to know you and your children. Thank you!
Stayed here recently overnight, 7/9/16. Owner has large property in open field. Very helpful, very responsive and super friendly. Highly recommend their hospitality.
We really enjoyed our very first boondocking experience staying with this hospitable family. We sat on their breezy deck and shared traveling tips and adventures. They have a wealth of knowledge about the local area and traveling in general. They invited us for dessert of homemade peach cobbler and fresh churned ice cream while we all watched the fireworks. We were delighted to be able to buy some farm fresh eggs from their son. Wonderful first experience!
We had a good time meeting and visiting this nice family. We spent a couple hours together talking both evenings; the Salt Lake area has a lot of interesting history. Their teenaged children are well mannered and friendly, our teen kids hung out with them on the swing set and got a tour of the sheep, pigs and chickens. There are various local things to see, we found a great canyon hike nearby that they told us about.
I can say nothing but good things about this wonderful family. To start off; the contact was easy, fast and useful. The stay was very pleasant, quiet and we would recommend it to others. But the best thing of all was the contact we had with our hosts; such lovely and warm people! Both nights we enjoyed eachothers company by chatting about our family's, travelling and other subjects. Their kids are also pleasant company. We hope to meet again in the future!