Come play with us. If you enjoy hearing the whippoorwills at night and Daybreak , and the owls the mourning doves, the Hawks Screech, the tree frog sing and the coyotes howling at night then you'll love our place. Not only will you enjoy nature but you will be in a secure and safe place. Come join us on the cement slab for a quick game of ball hockey, or just shoot the puck into the net yourself. Feel safe in our storm shelter in Stormy Weather, buy some fresh farm eggs from our neighbor, watch us play rec league hockey game, Fellowship around the campfire, be sure to bring your guitar or musical instrument out and enjoy homemade breakfast on us. We traveled across the country 4800 miles and 81 days in a Bicycle Built for Two and have a skoolie so we know what works for Comfort relaxation and peace or fun and nature. We are a campground in the making our focus is all sizes skoolie but we accept RVs and Tents and vans also. Currently we only have room for one but making room for three more. We believe you're a king and want to treat you like one. Welcome to our home.
Me and Robin both love meeting people and talking about camping, off-grid life style, diet,oils, music, hockey and so forth. We basically live in a tiny house and next to it I have built a 14x20 cabin where we plan to live in soon (if I ever quit taking so much time messing around with our skoolie). We love the outdoors and totally enjoy taking walks and hiking through nature. We love traveling, when we first married we got on a two-seat bicycle (tandem) and left Santa Monica, California - cycled up the cost till Washington, then headed east just under the Canadian border and kept going until we arrived in Lockport, NewYork. (We ended up cycling 5000 miles and it took us almost 3 months). Me, Robin, and my son all are on a hockey team here in Tulsa and we are the first line.
I totally converted our school bus in a skoolie (rv). I also have built a few houses. I am a machinist and aerospace inspector by trade. I still work in that field but I also do voice overs in my vocal booth and I really enjoy that. I also am a musician and play guitar.
Robin is a Christian author of over 50 books many best sellers, a publisher, ventriloquist and a hockey player. She also teaches how to be toxic free, mentally, spiritual and physically toxic free and uses and sell essential oils.
Your kids might get a ventriloquist show when they come visit us.
We do have pets and absolutely love them. We have 2 dogs and 2 cats. Baby, the border collie and Sparky is our Yorkie. We have 2 cats - Precious and Sookie. They are well taken care of and they are always on a leash when we are camping or boondocking. We don't ever let the cats out of the skoolie. All our animals travel with us when we camp and they are very friendly. Our dogs always stay in our skoolie until they need to be taken out to go to the bathroom.
You can bring your dogs and keep them on a leash (we have cats here) Cats on a leash are great too. Soon we will have a dog park so you can let them run and play.
We have just started this boondocking life and have yet to actually take our first real trip. We did drive our Skoolie to Florida over the holidays (Christmas 2019) and put 2,800 miles on our bus - it did great. We are going to start camping and boondocking within just a few weeks and we are very excited about it.
We have 5 acres near Mounds, Oklahoma. It's very rural land where you can't see and rarely hear any neighbors. We have lived here almost 4 years now and it is very, very peaceful. We are about 30 minutes south of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
This is a short school bus converted into an rv, totally self-contained. We do not tow anything.
Very welcoming and friendly hosts in a rustic setting. Due to 4 days of rain it took a few attempts to climb the driveway. With our 90ies roadtrek we had enough clearance.
The place feels like home and the people feel like family. Stay here if you want to make new friends! The hosts are really special people that you need to meet. They were so kind, welcoming, and exceptionally generous. The property is a campground in progress and it’s really cool! We stayed here two nights and had a wonderful time meeting new people, eating together, talking, and learning about life in Oklahoma. We felt totally safe and comfortable the entire time and would recommend this site to anybody.