retired airline mechanic for USAirways.. [now American Airlines, phooey!] I have two travel trailers - one for events/travel in Fla. for a few months.. one up here in Pa. for travel/campin' in Ohio, Pa. and W.Va.
Our property here in Pa. is Pa. level as in - gently sloped. we have water, 15a. electric [may be able to upgrade to 30 amp eventually], and a dump station/area.. room for any size unit; but you have to watch turning off the road onto our driveway.. OK, all for now.. Larry
somewhat mechanically deprived, er minded.. some asso. tools. not too much in the way of vehicle repairs ['cause they have gotten as complex or more than airplanes].... can work on asso. aspects of camping trailers, and parts of others like class A, B or C.
wife has a kitty cat..
talkin' about 'dry' camping; Fla. Flywheelers [Fla.], National Steam, Gas and Horse show [near Brownsville, Pa.], New Centerville [Pa] Jubilee and the Pioneer Park Days [Fla.]
other areas would be in the Amish country around Sugarcreek, O. Barkcamp St. Pk. in O. is a nice place.. Loudonville, O. has a lot of 'stuff' to do around and on the Mohican river.
Our mailing address - Aliquippa, Pa. - is about 20 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.. lotsa' things to see and do in Pittsburgh [not too much right here]. our land/property is located in the twp. of Hopeless, er, Hopewell, Pa.
We had a great stay here. It was very enjoyable talking with our hosts. Backing in their driveway was no issue at all. It's very convenient to Pittsburgh where we spent a day. We recommend staying here if you are in the area.
Wonderful location. Host was friendly and helpful.Our 30’ rig fit perfect on the flat pad. Would love to stay again when we are in the area. Thanks
My wife and I had a great stay here on our way to buy dinnerware in Newell WV. The host cleared his level driveway for us which was very privately set back from the road. We were also offered 30amp hookup, water and even a tank dump. We felt very welcomed and will hopefully return.
Made it to our hosts location without incident, but between the narrow road, the mailbox and power pole locations, and my inexperience, I was unable to back into the driveway. All I managed to do was put ruts in the lawn and disrupt traffic for 20 minutes or so.
Our host was apologetic, but as I told him, he had nothing to be sorry about. It was me who couldn’t maneuver properly and tore up his yard. He was extremely understanding and told me it wasn’t a problem. He was prepared with a load of topsoil.
I’m sure our stay would have been pleasant, but we ended up getting permission from a nearby restaurant to park in their lot. They were only doing pick up orders, due to Covid19, so that worked out for us.