I am retired since 2000 from the Ontario Ministry of Health. C children 1 son and 2 daughters have fled the nest years ago and have given us 6 wonderful grand kids. We moved to Nova Scotia in 2000 as we bought an old farmhouse and 5 acres of land which a local farmer takes a few big bales of hay off it. We have watched many an RV'er racing down the highway trying to find a place to stop for the night. ( No camping allowed at our Walmart). When I seen this site why not let responsible RV'er stop here to rest up for a night or a little longer . I do have a long driveway which will accommodate a few overnight. The name of the game is boon-docking.
Our or my dream was to travel these two beautiful countries and see the sights and make friends and good memories. But I'm disabled from an old work injury and with today's economy we can't justify putting out thousands of dollars. Maybe the lottery with come in. So if we can't go let a few come here and share a story or two.
Never done it. Have set up camp( tents/pop up.) in total wilderness areas for fishing in Northern Ontario.
Just purchased a travel trailer. Kingsport 288RLS.
Spent several days at Popeye's while we toured the region and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. I wouldn't hesitate to have Popeye in our own home!
We stayed on Larry's farm north(?) of Amherst. It was blissfully quiet and Larry a generous host along with his buddy Holly who discovered quickly I am a sucker for a dog who wants to play ball. We were hooked up to Larry's power and filled our tank with wonderful well water. Thanks Larry for sharing your spot with us. This is only our second stay with a boondocker host and both times were very pleasant.
A level, well groomed, grassy area awaited us. They are most hospitable and a fun couple to visit with; they have a happy dog and a cat that rules!
Watching the hummingbirds and enjoying a lovely sunrise were added bonuses.
Would definitely stop here again!