We are looking forward to retirement years and traveling lots. In the meantime, we'd like to open our Christmas Tree Farm to boondockers in the hopes of helping others, as well as meeting other RVers.
We raise Christmas Trees and honeybees and enjoy geocaching. Doug grew up farming.
We have a small dog (part Bichon Frise / part Shi-Tzu). He is only outside when he is on a leash with us.
We're just getting started - no favorite boondocking locations, but we hope to add some soon!
Shadow Cruiser Camper w/ 1 slide-out and Chevy Colorado Truck
We stayed over one night and it was a nice respite after driving. Quiet and inviting to be out and around the trees. Our hosts were very friendly and enjoyable to meet before we hunkered down for dinner. Bring your bug spray if you're there when it's been raining. Definitely would stay again!
I had a nice hour chat with Doug after getting setup. Both Doug and Sue are wonderful people and I thoroughly enjoyed my brief stay. I walked the property which was beautiful. I would stay here again if the opportunity arose.
Lovely property, convenient location and super friendly and thoughtful hosts! They called us before our arrival to warn us of the low train bridge in the center of town that Google had us routed straight for. The farm has lots of level area to turn around and park. Very quiet with occasional wildlife sounds. Fabulous stay!
Sue and Doug are wonderful and very accommodating. Their property is a Christmas Tree Farm and the setting is beautiful. You are parking on grass and overlooking the trees. The parking is hard ground and very level and can accommodate any size rig. I will differently come this way again because now I have friends in Illinois.
Thank You for becoming a Boondockers Welcome Host, safe travels.
Beth And Doug
We had a very nice stay between the xmas trees and the hosts are extremely nice.
We had a lovely stay. Thanks again.