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Bee Friendly Austin

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Austin, TX

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 25 (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    2

  • Same Day Requests

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    No

  • Preferred Check-in Time

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    4:00 PM

Our small Texas Honey Bee Farm is very Bee Friendly and located in SW Austin on a couple acres about 20 minutes from central Austin. Off highway 290 W near dozens of breweries, wineries, and new distilleries! Always lots to do and see here at the gateway to the hill country!

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

We have very small dogs, ducks, chickens, and bees that all have free roam of property, so please keep any of your animals in your vehicle or on a leash. Please scoop your own poop!😜 Generators are totally fine. The parking area is partially shaded in the trees. There are always HONEY BEES flying around foraging on water and flowers on this property, they shouldn't bother you if you don't go to them provoke them in front of their hives. Generators are totally okay here. :)

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Location

Driveway is gated with about 14 foot opening. Gate is closed after 6pm and before 10am, so you need code if outside those hours. There is a big circular driveway, but also lots of trees on property. Vans and smaller towable will have no issues. A really tall 5th wheel won’t be able to go under trees in Circle, so will need some 3-7 point turn skills. I could do it though, so it’s possible.

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Dirt

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Hosted By BeeFriendly

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45-55

Howdy, I'm Tanya from Austin, TX. I enjoy travel, geocaching, hiking, and reading. I will be traveling in my Sprinter hi-top camper van. It's just under 20 feet. I'm doing the conversion myself and taking my time, so I can get it just how I want/need it! I will be traveling with my small dogs who really just want to be with me wherever I am. I have 4, but may not be traveling with ALL of them, if I can help it! :)

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Dharmabums

    3 months ago

    We first met Becky in the gift shop who was so friendly and explained all the products available to purchase. We came away with honey, carmel sauce, goat milk popsicles( delish)’and gifts for the grandkids! We met Tanya and her little pups later in the day and had a great chat with her regarding similar interests! Nice space snd quiet night! Definitely would recommend!!

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    Cgrant24

    10 months ago

    Becky was in the gift shop when we arrived. She spent much time with us explaining the products and letting us taste the various types of honey and honey products. It was a wonderful store full of all sorts of items to buy. The shop and house were tucked away on a side street which was very quiet. Parking was not quite flat but easy enough for a class B. I would recommend be friendly!

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    terribartlett

    11 months ago

    This was an interesting and fun place to boondock. The host was very helpful and a joy to share life story, short version and her store assistant was a treasure to visit with as well. Of course I bought honey. That was a main reason I wanted to stay there. I'd go back.

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    Lilwoman59

    1 year ago

    Tanya’s Bee Friendly little corner of the hill country was exactly that. She met us as we pulled up and we tucked our rig into a little oak shaded area of her place. She gave us a tour of her little bee farm and the store is amazing. She also teaches 🐝-keeping and is a great source of knowledge. We arrived just after the ice-storm and she had lost the tops of many of her oak trees and was out with the chainsaw cleaning up the place. We had great conversations with her and would totally recommend this place for anyone looking for a nice stay out of the city, but within striking distance.

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