We stayed two nights here so we could travel over to South Dakota to see Mt. Rushmore. Sally was a gracious host and even was kind enough to put up with a late arrival. It was so nice to have access to water and power and even a composting toilet. Very kind and hospitable.
Site Has Available:
Available most of summer and fall, would appreciate a call or email prior.
Access Road Conditions
Off a major paved state highway. One low hanging electrical wire, east of barn to water house/short distance, that can be brought to attention so I prefer to be present for parking discussion.
Located on a state hwy 70 miles north of Cheyenne, 70 miles north and east of Laramie. One set up has electricity. Much space is available for multiple sites, no electricity. Vineyard can be seen and accessed. Country setting without a level ground, snakes, deer, skunks, raccoons. I will assume absolutely no liability. Watch your step and observe your surroundings. Perfect for peace and quiet loving people. BBQ only with safety and fire retardant in mind.
Suggested Local Attractions
Sybille Refuge, Guernsey Reservoir/Wagon Wheel Ruts/signature cliffs. Historic Hartville. Ft. Laramie. Glendo Reservoir.
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Small entrepreneur. I have a full RV storage area which will alert you to my driveway, just west of the big green building. Vineyard has a peaceful setting with harvest end of September. I flood irrigate approximately 3 times a summer which can impact parking for a day or two depending on where parking is planned.
I have two peaceful dogs, one Chinese Crested Hairless and one Border Collie/Fox Hound mix. I am very protective of them as they do not fight and does not bite. One cat, necessary for mice elimination although my hairless dog is a great hunter too.
I prefer a quiet environment. No craziness, just family oriented atmosphere.
one small dog, one medium dog goes everywhere with me. They stay close to me at all times.