This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Birch Grove, NS
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Only have one 30 amp hook up and you can top up your water if required. 45 minutes from Fortress Louisburg, 1/2 hour from Sydney. We have pets so would not like aggressive animals. Suggested Local Attractions:Fortress Louisburg, Cabot Trail, Iona Highland Village, miners museum, Alexander Graham bell museum
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Offleash Area for Pets
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No aggresive animals, smoking only in your trailer,
Access Road Conditions: Paved drive way on property, Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Lots of room for vehicle on the property
Hosted By bgrltd
My wife and I are quiet people and love animals Details: Like the outdoors, enjoy yard work, love animals Home Town: Birch Grove,Nova Scotia, 1/2 hour from Fortress Louisbuorg, 1/2 from Sydney Nova Scotia Favorite Boondocking Locations: Are just getting into it Skills or Expertise to Share: Mechanically inclined, HVAC technician
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
11 months ago
We had a private, level spot and our host was very gracious and informative! Chatted for awhile by a blazing fire and our little dog was very enchanted by all the semi-tame bunnies! Zena says hi to Lily! Thanks so much for your hospitality and advice; we had a great time visiting your area!
1 year ago
Great host and location. Had a great time telling stories by the fire and pool. Very accommodating and had a great stay. Best regards to all Dave & Myah.
1 year ago
We stayed one night on our way to Newfoundland. We had some problems with our truck and our hosts were very helpful. The property is well set up. Easy access and egress. Beautiful scenery.
2 years ago
Birch Grove was a quiet restful overnight stop after getting off the ferry in N. Sydney. Directions were perfect, and the site was plenty spacious to turn around in. Easy in and out. Host was very gracious and even offered to show us where to pick wild blueberries. So sorry we didn't have time to stay longer. Strongly recommend this beautiful place.
3 years ago
Anne and Mel were good host, invited us to their campfire and ment family. Allowed us to come in early and still stay until August 1 to catch ferry to Newfoundland. I looked around area, very nice old coal mine reopened in area, miners museum as well as close to ferry to Newfoundland. We hope to see them in the 1000 island area to return this favour. Betty n Winston