We have a 5 acre property 2.8 miles from I-77 with a private driveway where an overnight camper may park their RV. It is strictly dry camping, NO FACILITIES and may be used only for overnight stops with our approval.
We are members of The Patriot Guard and Rolling Thunder®.
HC is a PM - F. & A.M.
We are well experienced in many areas, and if we don't know how to do something, we usually know someone who does.
We have no pets, but pets are welcome to run in the park like field next to the camping area.
We enjoy stopping at any place that appears interesting or just need a few hours of rest without any disturbances or fees.
Our camping travels have been to all 48 US States via tent, pop-up, RV trailer and now a Class A MH.
Our MH is a 2012 Class A Crosscountry Motorsport. 42 ft long with a 2012 Honda CRV in tow. Sometimes we tow a trailer which makes us 65 ft. long and need an additional 30 ft. to back out the towed vehicle.
Quiet, out of the way but close to the highway. Our hast was there to meet us even in the rain and cold.
Although it was raining occasionally our stay, we were treated to all types of birds and the occasional deer.
Peepers filled the night air....
Thanks for a much needed nights rest!
Joe and Mary Ann
HC took great care to be sure I had solid directions and even waited at the main road on his lawnmower to lead me in. Robbie enjoyed being able to run in the field, and I really appreciated being able to recharge my powerpack. Great place to spend a night!
Stayed overnight with HC and wife. What a great place for a peaceful nights sleep. Maggie loved running around to her hearts content after being cooped up for two days in RV. Not enough time to visit, maybe next time! However did spend long time talking about our mutual musician friend in Louisiana!!! Who knew??!! Small world indeed! Maggie and I will definitely be back. A little slice of heaven indeed!
... It's just too bad I never made it!
HC is more than kind! Apart from a prompt reply with detailed direction and contact info, HC also pointed me to substantial fuel savings enroute.
However delays put me WAY behind schedule and I ended up not arriving in NC until midnight so I caught 40 winks at the NC Welcome Center.
I strongly hope we meet in the future and if HC is ever Canada bound, we would love the opportunity meet and be of assistance.
We got a prompt reply, great directions, and a friendly welcome from this wonderful couple. After some conversation they shared with us the work they do with veterans, which we found heartwarming. Lovely time, for which we are most grateful.
We were visiting relatives in their area and they were kind enough to allow us to park on their property. HC and his lovely wife were very accommodating, even when we went the wrong way (thanks to GPS hiccup). HC walked down, turned us around and guided us into the driveway. The area was great with lots of room. It was dry camp but that worked great for us.
Both of these people are so very friendly. We admired their stories about their volunteerism. They are truly a terrific couple.
Harvey and Lin were great hosts and made me feel right at home. Being new with towing I really appreciated Harvey guiding me right to the camping spot. They gave me excellent tidbits of very useful information . I felt supported and encouraged that I could actually do this trip I had just started on. I so enjoyed my overnight stay with the sound of birds and insects all around and deer coming within a few yards of my trailer - a lovely, lovely overnight stop.
Our travels were delayed with coach electrical problems. When we notified our host, they were so gracious, suggesting we could arrive late into the night if needed. It got late, we stopped before nearing hosts home. Though we did not stay with host it was so great to have such hospitality offered. Than You.