I, along with my husband, dog, Gus, and horse,Kit, enjoy traveling in our motor home throughout the cold months, staying where the weather is warm and the outdoor life is good. We have a base in Ohio near elderly parents, living in a tiny house and helping them on their farm. We enjoy quiet campfires, cowboy music with a glass of wine and a bottle of beer.
We travel with our horse so we know about camping with a horse.
We like to find free or inexpensive places to camp, stall the horse and trail ride, hike and bike.
We have one friendly border collie and currently, one cutting horse.
We travel with both.
Florida state parks and water and wildlife management areas.
Nexus super c 32 ft usually pulling a 17 ft horse trailer.
Passing through on our way to Kansas. The hosts are super friendly and welcoming. They were kind enough to let us use the 50 amp electric and water!! My dogs ran around without a problem. Would definitely recommend!
Unfortunately, my wife’s grandmother passed away just before we arrived so we needed to drive through the night and couldn’t visit in the end.
A pretty picturesque rural property. Level site easy hookup and fantastic hosts. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
We were fortunate to stay one nite with Blue @ the Big Blue Barn in Ohio. 50 amp with water provided, gravel drive, and pretty level. No complaints, extremely warm and kind people. They were getting ready to hit the road the next morning so not really able to visit all that much. We were in later and they were off early... Interesting though that 30 yrs. ago I had been friends with a friend of their's!! Great time no complaints, but with our dually crew cab & 36' toyhauler, their road is a bit narley. If you can handle some narrower road tight turns with hills you probably can't find a nicer spot or couple!! Thanks so much!!