Pomeroy Washington, it's on the east end of town, dry camping only, no power, no water, no length limit. Visible cell tower with great signal.
No rules, just clean up after yourselves and treat the property with respect.
Its all good. Flat level ground on the creek along Hwy 12, visible cell tower with great signal.
No problem, if it tows then bring it.
If for some reason this property is not available, like construction projects, we have adjoining properties available for dry camping.
Located on a property that has a 100 year old Union Pacific Rail Road warehouse, a vintage Rainbow Gas Station and a roadside giant known as the Rainbow Man.
This would have been a great place to have stayed but the weather wasn't cooperating, it was in the 100's and we opted to move on to a full hookups site. Hobo meet us and was very understanding about the hot weather and our need move on. We would love to return on another adventure to check out all his cool collection.
It was an easy place to find, Host was very cordial. We didn't get to stay as long as we wanted because of an equipment malfunction. We would recommend it as a great place to stay if you are in or near Pomeroy.
On the main drag through town, tucked behind a commercial building, next to a stream.
We stayed one night at Milford's Place and had a restful night. One of our best RV trips was doing Route 66 and Milford's Place brought back great memories of that trip. Numerous quirky memorabilia, signs and vehicles to enjoy! Hobo was not there but his friend met us at our arrival and showed us where to park. Thank you for allowing us to stay!
Milford's Place was exactly as advertised. Hobo responded to our stay request within a couple hours and was a great host and very interesting character in his own right. Pomeroy is a nice little community and this boondocking site is worth a look if you need a place to stay along this route. Recommended.
We were greated by our host to get setup. Very helpful Thank you very much
Our stay at Milford place was wonderful. Hobo met us and made sure we got settled in in the perfect spot next to the old railroad Warehouse in the shade. The spot is right off the two-lane Highway, but because this is not a busy area it's just fine during the day and very quiet at night. I'm not sure why because there is a cell tower in full view from the parking space, but we struggled a bit with our Verizon hotspot and booster. We ultimately turned our rig around so that we had more windows facing the cell tower and that seemed to help. It was fun taking pictures of our rig along with the eclectic historical items hobo has on this property. If we're ever in the area again, we'll be requesting a repeat stay!
David went out of his way to meet and direct us where to park. What a unique place to boondock. So peaceful by the stream. Really enjoyed admiring the memorabilia. Thanks for letting us stay.