Retired, active RVers, we live about 25 miles north of downtown Houston, TX. Boondocking spot is in driveway with 30amp connection, WIFI, grill and table in back yard. In subdivision, near restaurants, grocery, etc. Subdivision is particular about rv's so we can only accept stealth vans for one night.
Long time Texas residents. WIFI.
Nova Scotia lighthouses are the best.
Roadtrek 190, Class B, 2006, 21'
This was my first introduction to Boondockers Welcome and it was a wonderful experience. I had stayed there on February 2, 2018. Due to construction, an accident delay, and even original time zone miscalculation, I arrived later than planned, but there was Beth waving me in when I finally got there.
Greg quickly got to work getting my little Roadtrek hooked up to power and I was ushered into the house for a drink of wine. Beth had made a delicious pot of stew with garlic bread and invited me to join them for a meal. This was totally unexpected surprise after a long day on the road. They even welcomed my little dog Bitzy who entertained them with her antics.
I had a restful sleep in the driveway in their quiet neighbourhood which was most welcome. In the morning, Greg and Beth shared their knowledge of the area to help me plan a route along the beautiful Gulf of Mexico shoreline.
After saying my goodbyes, Greg led me to a place where I could get an oil change done on my rig before continuing my journey.
What a wonderful introduction to Boondockers Welcome! Thanks Greg and Beth. 😊
We enjoyed staying at Gregbeth's a lot. They were very welcoming and nice. They have a wealth of information on best places to travel too and took time to share it with us. Thank you so much for the great experience!
We felt extremely welcome on your place and are very happy with all the tips, you gave us for our trip to the West of Texas and beyond.
Having breakfast together was for us an very nice way to finish our short stay with you.
If you ever want to visit Amsterdam again, be welcome.
Mia and Clemens