This year we will be traveling to Pacific Northwest and Wewtern Canada. Our rig is a 34 foot 5th wheel toy hauler pulled by our Ford F-350. When we are not on the road (summers) we host boondockers at our old farm.
We currently are expanding our old farm to include boondockers. We will continue to open up space behind our Pine Meadows Farm throughout 2017 to accommodate guest visitations. Depending on the size of your RV, we can provide a basic space to enjoy a quiet stay for up to 3 nights. Located west of I-45, we are easy to reach. For those needing a rental car, we have Enterprise & Avis very nearby. Site has 30/50amp power, water and WiFi. Tank dump can be arranged, with notice.
Sailing for 30yrs, RVing for 20 years, BnB hosting for 3 years. Enjoy exploring many art, jazz and festivals. Good at computers, farming and building our home. My wife, Gillian is a Master Gardener and Lanscape Planner.
Yes we have 2 Dogs that are well behaved (short Haired Pointer (Nikki) and Border Collie (Charlie). We live next to our Boondocking sites. Which are in a semi- fenced yard away from the site pad locations. For water dogs, we have 3 ponds. Please assure the deer have left or are not feeding in front area, before allow you Dog off leash. This will keep everything safe, for everybody.
To be discovered, stay tuned
The Woodlands/Spring, Texas on 4 acres of forested land. We live on Pine Meadows (viewable on GoogleMaps) on which the Boondocking sites are located. Very quiet location, yet minutes from town centers in The Woodlands, Spring and Tomball town centers.
We own a 2018 Keystone Impact 311 pulled by our 2015 Ford F-350. We are low impact, believe in relaxing and enjoying the experience of Boondocking, both as a member and host.
Had a great stay with Lou and wife. Provided a level parking spot with electric. Had water and ability to empty gray tank but we didn't utilize either. Area is residential but very private and quiet. We enjoyed our stay and would not hesitate to return.
We enjoyed our two-night stay here. It's fairly quite except for the occasional train that comes through which really isn't too bad. Lou helped direct us on where to get parked, where the hookups were if we needed them, and provided a just an all around great experience. Thanks for the stop Lou! Best of luck in your upcoming travels! :)
The host was very responsive to our stay requests and communicated really good directions to their site. Nice and quiet spot with plenty of room for our trailer and our dog to walk. This was an excellent jumping off spot to see Houston.
This was by far a great introduction to Boondocking! We were greeted warmly on a blustery day. Lou and Gillian were gracious hosts who's site did not only live up to, it exceeded expectations. Not only were we able to connect water and electrical, they offered us a space heater to fend off the cold. Being former sailors, we had a lot in common and shared cruising stories. They offered us some great advice about land cruising. Thanks to you both and hoping to see you again as we head east.
We were passing through the Houston area on our way to Austin and Lou was very accommodating for our one night stay. Prompt messaging and phone calls. We ended up getting in later than we anticipated but he was super flexible and has a great property for RVers. Would have stayed longer if we didn't have a deadline in Austin.
Great communications and very accommodating host. Nice gravel parking with easy access and electric hookup. Nice place and close to all Houston attractions. Highly recommended!
Quiet and convenient to some family in the Woodlands. Nice area and spacious property. Lou was very cordial and visited about being in our state, definitely is a very good place to boondock.
Thank you so much for a fantastic stay with you. We had a great evening braaing and chatting about all sorts of things. It really is a small world when you meet up with someone who went to the same high school in South Africa. As boondocker hosts we could not have asked for more. Wonderful folk who also had so much to offer with regards to RVing tips and places to go. Thanks again and hope to meet up on the road someplace.