a 21 ft Bambi sport pulled by my jeep charochee
Martine was very nice to open her place to us. She actually went out of her way to meet us to prevent us from getting lost.
Her beautiful place has just what you need to spend a nice and peaceful stay in the woods.
I'm sorry we weren't able to talk more because she was a little busy.
We loved staying at Martine's place, she has a beautiful home in a wooded area, very peaceful.Martine was a very quick communicater through mail and phone and also came to meet us, to guide us to her house, as it was a bit tricky to find. We highly recommend staying there.
What a wonderful, peaceful location! Martine is a great host, and her dog Fania loves to greet their visitors. The approach to her property is unique; be sure to follow her directions.
This stop has been by far one of our favorites. We stayed 2 nights with Martine on her property, and could not have asked for a more ideal location. She was such a gracious hostess, and her little cottage in the woods is just perfect. It's almost impossible to put into words how unique this spot is. Don't pass it up if your lucky enough to be her guest!
We discovered a real gem in the country side of Hide Park. It was a real pleasure to met Martine and talking about art and travel tips with warm welcome.Her place is remote and quiet but just 20 min. Of town of Poughkeepsie or Hide Park. We hope to see her in Montreal or on the road.
The property and canning spot is beautiful. Hyde park area is about 30 minutes away. Height and length restrictions are to be heeded, though. It's a great site but not for big rigs. And the Taconic Parkway doesn't allow campers on it. GPS apps will tell you to use it to get to this boondocking location but do not do so with camper in tow or if driving a motorhome.
Nice note asking about parking arrangements. Need to back in and drive out. Driveway slopes down to the road. 7 miles from I-95, exit 109, in Maine.