Big Mike's Profile

Boondocking Available!

Location

Homerville, GA

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Site Details:

10 spots available

10

any size RV

40+

We'll play it by ear

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Site Has Available:

Pull Through Parking Available
No Wifi Available
Electric Hookup Available
Water Hookup Available
Dump Available

Site Welcomes:

Slideouts And Awnings
Generators Allowed
Lawn Chairs Allowed
BBQs Allowed
Pets Welcome

Availability

anytime, but please send us a message for information and directions. no charge for boondockers

Access Road Conditions

dirt road off 441 to property

Site Description

We are south of Homerville,Ga 4.9 mile from the traffic light, off 441. This is a ranch with lots of room right through the gate and we also have hook-ups. If we are away, just come through the field gate where the sign is and park. When we come back we will come over to you and say hello.We do have RV'ers that live here full time. They are friendly.

Suggested Local Attractions

The town of Homerville is only minutes away and has shopping, places to eat and great hospital if needed.It is a nice and friendly southern Georgia town.

Photos of Big Mike's Boondocking Location

About Big Mike

Memberships

RVillage Member

In A Few Words...

U.S. Special Forces retired

A Little More Detail

We bought this place to get away from the fast lane. My family grew up in south Florida. Alice and I decided we needed a change. Now I rescue horses. We also have goats,ducks,geese,donkeys,dogs and cats. No pigs. We live the laid back southern life. If you mind visits in the morning from the horses,goats,and donkeys this place is not for you. They are all very friendly.
When my kids were small and I was still in the Army we traveled a lot. I found it hard to find places to stop and camp in the states unless we went to a Park.That is why I put the camp sight on my property. We want people to enjoy our place .It is secure, safe, and open to people that want a place that is comfortable.I have had people here that wanted to be out in the woods and away from electric and hookups so I cleared out places for parking a RV in the woods on the other side of the pond. They are beautiful and peaceful and I know some will love them.

Big Mike's Pets

Horses,donkeys,goats geese, ducks, dogs, cats love them all

Big Mike's Rig

We don't have an RV but lots of room for those that do.

Photo Gallery


Rip and me.

parking



pond 2

one of the riding or walking trails

do you think there is enough room to park?


Big Mike's Home Town

Miami now here.

Skills or Expertise to Share

So many

User Recommendations

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Recommended by Johnnybear
Oct 15, 2017

Stayed a couple nights at Big Mike's place in southern Georgia, and wow, what a great place to escape the frenetic city pace. Loved the southern hospitality in town, and was impressed with what Big Mike has done with his RV camp. Really liked the way he used his old scuba tanks as site markers. Had great power for my 30-amp, and water supply as well. My dog was elated to run free in the large gated lot, and I can tell she didn't want to leave when we pulled out. I didn't want to leave either. Hope I can make another visit again some day. Would highly recommend.

Recommended by MaureenMills498
Oct 4, 2017

This couple opened up their property to us like we were family. They were so sweet to our three kids by showing them around the ranch and introducing them to their animals. We are honestly disappointed that we have to leave to our next stop. Okefenokee Swamp Park was about a half hour away and was a worthwhile day trip for us.

Recommended by DebMcMillan
Aug 24, 2017

Hey Big Mike ...meant to recommend you before but I am the worst procrastinator....thank you for letting me stay on your property for 3 days during an awful rain storm in Jan. ...I was very grateful to be there because I wasn't feeling the best either.
thank you so much again,
Debbie