Wife is a retired teacher and husband is retired from National Defence. Bought 5 acres of maple grove, natural evergreen forest and open sloping field with a small stream 10 minutes from Kouchibouguac National Park gates. Became full-time rv dwellers this year. Got rid of the stick & brick, donated anything that wouldn't fit in the rv and are loving the freedom. Looking forward to welcoming fellow RVers.
We boondock on our own land, so you must be self-contained (water, power, sewer). Sorry. There are free facilities nearby for water and sewer dump.
We can offer parking for any size rv with plenty of shade or out in the open, whichever you prefer.
Plenty of room for kids and pets to run and play. Please maintain control over your pets as we have 2 older cats and 2 friendly dogs who live there freely and off leash. If yours is/are friendly, trained and well-behaved, you are welcome to do the same.
We plan to be there from April to October and travel about for the winter months (no fixed address).
Area offers miles of beaches, fishing, swimming, cycling, hiking, canoeing/kayaking (river and sea), shopping, touring, etc. 30 minutes south of Miramichi City and 20 minutes north of town of Richibucto.
Some bush craft, well-versed in local sites and people, including honest tradespeople, great restaurants, and various activities.
Bilingual (English & French)
Yes, 2 friendly dogs (one small, one medium sized), and 3 indoor cats.
Hiawatha National Forest, MI, Dead Man's Flats (Canmore) AB, Nehalem Bay, OR, Bakersfield, CA, Quartzite, AZ, Valley of Fire, NV, Port Aransas, TX (right on the beach), Holly Beach, LA, Brunswick, GA, and our own property in NB, (thus far)
Kouchibouguac, New Brunswick.
2015 Cruiser RV Enterra 316RKS TT that we pull with a 2012 Ford F150 EB.
Thanks for having us! We had a wonderful stay in the maple trees on the property, spent the days at the Kouchibouguac NP down the road and the nights having great chats. The recommendations for drives and attractions were super helpful.
This was our first boondocking experience and we felt like we hit the jackpot. They were about as nice as can be, helping us get set up, pointing us in the right direction and letting us know where we could pick wild blueberries. We had a great first experience boondocking and we wrote more about it and added some pictures of the area on our site: https://www.mctravelers.com/single-post/2017/08/21/Our-first-boondocking-experience
We found this property to be the perfect spot for a well needed rest on our journey. We were warmly welcomed by these wonderful hosts and even shown where the wild blueberries grow.
Lovely place in the country but close to amazing park and lovely sea towns. Quiet and peaceful. Amazing hosts who shared lots of info on travelling as well as info on attractions in the area. Recommended as hosts or visitors.