We are straddling 50, with two of the three ofspring in college and the third still in high school wishing to become a professional golfer. We bought the RV to travel and visit the kids, tailgate at college football and follow our budding golfer.
I am an expert on taking things apart, and an amateur at putting them back together.
The Boss is an expert at advising the amateur when to seek an expert...
2 dogs and a cat which we hope to travel with soon.
The quaint Hamlet of Reva, Virginia
1999 Bounder 36s and a jeep of some year make and model depending on who is borrowing what that week and what is still left and running...
Lovely wooded environment, secluded and serene. Welcoming host. We enjoyed our stay very much.
I completely enjoyed my 2 day stay at morzuhill. I rode my bike, walked, waded in the creek. I even had a golf lesson. The views were breathtaking. I hope to be in that area again soon. My host was the best!
We enjoy our stay at this property. There’s a wonderful carved sign at the end of the driveway which makes it easy to find and make sure you’re in the right spot. It’s very quiet and the birds are so lovely to hear. Our 4 mo old puppy had fun playing with Zella their Rottweiler. One note if you have dogs or other pets please make sure that they are on take medicine and that you check yourself for ticks. We didn’t find any ticks on the puppy but we found plenty of them on us. One should I expect this when you’re in the middle of the woods camping. Lots of trails to wander down and the view from his long gravel drive is beautiful. We enjoyed our evening conversations with our hosts.
My hosts were great with communication. I was met when I got there and given choices to park with elec,water and wifi. Such a beautiful spot in the woods. Again, social distancing but had a small conversation with my host.
Relaxed and caught up on peaceful reading.
Would definitely stay again and recommend to all.
Super nice people and very beautiful scenery. Dog friendly. Was very nicely situated to several hikes we were doing adjacent to the Shenandoah National Park. Very thankful for the generosity of Michael and his family.
Host went out of their way to greet us, coming back from a store run to make sure we were ok. Just a wonderful peaceful spot. We took advantage of it and pretty much did nothing but take it easy.
Just a bit jealous of them having more solar power than I. but I will get over it. Would recommend it for a place to rest and relax and meet these fine folks. Not sure of what attractions are in the area because we didn't search.
We are travelling around North America for a year in our rig, so have used boondckers plenty, and this was our all time favourite stop. It’s not too far from Shenandoah National Park, it’s actually very close to the Old Rag hike, if you plan on doing that. It’s in the country, surrounded by forest, so you have peace and quiet to sleep and relax. But that’s not the best part! The best part are the EXTREMELY hospitable and welcoming hosts. These two truly went above and beyond for us, and I’m sure they would for you too.
I can’t recommend stopping here enough, it’s a 15/5 star rating from us!!! Just incredible.
I got in touch with this host, who stated the date seemed fine, but he would "look up the flag pole" and get back to me in a couple hours. The following day, I sent him a message saying I was awaiting an answer. It has been a week and he never got back to me.