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Buck’s County Boondocking

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Yardley, PA

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 25 (ft)

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    1

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    Yes

Boondock at the top end of our paved driveway next to our B van in a quiet neighborhood. See parking info on route restrictions if coming from New Jersey. We are located in Historic Bucks County 40 miles North of Philadelphia. Close to Yardley Borough, Washington Crossing (and historic park), Sesame Place, New Hope/ Lambertville (NJ), Bowman Hill Tower and wildflower preserve, Peddler’s Village, Tyler and Core Creek Parks. New Jersey Beaches, Jackson and the Shore Premium Outlets to the east and Lancaster/Pennsylvania Dutch attractions to the west are about 1.5-hour drive. Travel a little further for Hershey, Harrisburg and the Pocono Mountains.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Water Hookup

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Electric Hookup: 15A

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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House Rules

May be able to accommodate over 25'.

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Location

Parking is in our driveway. Please note that if you are coming from New Jersey or going to NJ from PA some bridges have height and weight restrictions. Additionally, there is a propane restriction in the Route 29 (John Fitch Way) Tunnel. **All these can be easily avoided: - Safe bridges (but tolled entering PA) are I 295 and Route 1. - New Hope/Lambertville (Bridge Street) is restricted. - Avoid the Washington Crossings Bridge with anything but a car. - Delaware River Bridge (Calhoun Street) is restricted. - Lower Trenton Bridge (Bridge Street) is restricted **To avoid the Route 29 (John Fitch Way) Tunnel: - From the east of south on I 295 or I 195 that turns into Route 29, exit to Trenton Route 129 and make a left on Cass Street to get back on Route 29 to the Route 1 Bridge - Leaving PA to NJ to go south or east, use the Route 1 Bridge, pass the Route 29 exit (tunnel), take the next exit Trenton train/transit center/station, stay in the center lane (that goes straight or left) at the stop light (left turn signal on), make the left (do not immediately bear right back on to the highway ramp) but stay straight for a few hundred yards and make the right, stay left to Route 129 that will take you to 29/195-295.

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Hosted By Barbara_and_Alan

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55-65

We have been Rving for 30 years, are semi-retired now taking a break from full time work to slow down. We have met many new boondockers while hosting and traveling the east coast with our two small dogs in our 2016 Roadtrek van.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Liberty55

    1 month ago

    Our first stay as a boomdocker and it was perfect: nice neighborhood, quiet. Excellent rest.

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    SafariTrek

    3 months ago

    Alan and Barbara wereso nice and helpful! Alan noticed on of my tires was low and offered to fill it. when we couldnt access the stems he helped to try and pull the hubcaps when that didnt work he recommended tire shops i coould go to and found some valve extenders i could get. and they let us stay an extra night. Amazing stay!

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    Soapybubbaloo

    5 months ago

    great quiet night flat drive way, very friendly and accommodating hosts.

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