We have 18 acres but available space for RVs is limited to our front yard and driveway. We have a 15 circuit available and depending on need we can supply water to refill tanks.
You must enjoy yourselves and have fun! Happy hour starts about 5 +/- 1 hour!!
Paved country road. Gravel driveway with enough room to maneuver Class A coaches with tow vehicle
We are home most weekends. Send us an email for exact dates of interest as we will be doing some traveling
In the Dayton Ohio area: United States Air Force Museum, Wright Brothers Museum, Carillon Park which tells the history of many famous inventors from Dayton. Cincinnati is a 45 minute drive south.
After telling them of our arrival time he met us at the entrance to his driveway and gave direction on where to park . We felt very welcome and were even invited in for dessert on our second night😋
We contacted Goldengeorge1 about a week before our requested stay date and received an almost immediate confirmation that we could stay. We let them know our ETA and were met in the driveway by Lynn who directed us on where to park. Jackie also came out to greet us as we were backing in to our spot. We were invited in for a most delicious dinner and felt like old friends before we finished appetizers. To say that they are both friendly is for sure an understatement. They couldn't have been more welcoming and helpful. We highly recommend staying with Lynn and Jackie if you get the chance. Just be sure to get and follow their directions to the correct driveway. We have a 38' Class A with a toad and had plenty of space in a beautiful setting.
Lynn & Jackie are wonderful folks, welcomed us in for a great homemade spaghetti dinner and we talked & laughed for hours about RV'ing, family, Michigan (all four of us are originally from there) and more. We had a restful stay in their driveway out in the country about 20 miles or so outside of Dayton, OH. Kathy and I spent the following day touring the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, the Wright Brothers Bicycle Shop, and Carillon Park (35 buildings representing Dayton area 1800's-early 1900's ) We dined out (Mexican) the 2nd night and we're looking forward to Belgian Waffles in the morning! We hope to meet them on the road sometime soon!
Thanks so much GoldenGeorge...you couldn't have improved your help and hospitality in any way.It was a totally great stay. I hope you give me a chance to reciprocate. A truly nice couple. Windmill camp.
We stayed at Goldengeorge1's this past weekend--2 nights. They couldn't have been more helpful to us. We live locally but are not allowed to have our new TT on our property long enough to run it through it's paces and get familiar with it. He even backed the trailer into our spot! Helped us figure out what we didn't know, and helped us stay on track with what we thought we knew! They and Webster (the doggie) were wonderful hosts. He even let me visit his horses. They even offered to help us in the future if we need support. How kind!
If this is an example of what we will find on Boondocker's Welcome we have so much to look forward to! Very nice people and a lovely setting in Germantown.
Feb 19th, 2017
Goldengeroge1 was friendly and welcoming. It was very interesting to speak about travels. He was very helpful in giving us information. We recommend Goldengeorge1 and we hope to see them in Quebec.
Our hosts were so welcoming. We had an amazing time with them. They were so helpful and we can not recommend them enough.We had a great exchange of U.S. and Australian cultures and had a very enjoyable time with them and their amazing dog.We are hoping that one day they will visit us in Australia.