Friendly, easy going bunch/Cowboy folk! The property is large and with a few spots to select depending on your rig and personal choice plus ability to move rig into some tight spots if you want the view. We our selves have a 40' Motorhome and a Truck with a 30' travel trailer, that we have no problems turning around once into the property. The front field in September host a good number of horse trailers/riders every September long weekend. We have had over 30 horses walking the trails of the property.
Horse back riding, Farming, Wi-Fi if needed.
We currently have 4 horses and a Cow. Pets are welcome but must be well behaved. No barking at animals or chasing on the property. Horse riders can be thrown from a horse if this happens hurting rider and horse. At times we do travel with the horses, but normally only to horse welcome camps.
New to boondocking so not sure about our favorite locations as of yet.
Ayton, Ontario. Small town with old Mill that still can be seen in town. Mostly Farmers in the area.
Winnebago Is Bob MotorHome and the 25' Travel Trailer is Ron and Nancy's.
Ron and his son and their friend had booked a days riding with Trial Tours in the Ganaraska forest, they stayed here last Friday to ride Saturday. They had a long journey and arrived late so it was dark and they wanted to rest so we got them set up and settled pretty quick in the dark. Never heard a peep from them and they were gone early in the morning with nothing left behind. Seemed like real nice folks would be happy to have them back in the future.