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Candy Cane Corral

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in New Boston, TX

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Hosted By

PerryGinnyGeorgia

  • Max Rig Size

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    45+ (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    10

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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    Yes

We live on a 3.75 acre plot and the way the property is situated we can host up to 10 rigs. We have 4 sites with full 50 amp/30 amp hookups (water & electric) (one site has one of the dump sites also) and 6 dry boondocking sites (however we can run electric cords to most of those locations also and water to some.) The full hookup sites will be by our house with 50amp/30 amp service and water and 2 dump sites are also available. The full hookup sites are on a first come first serve basis. The sites will be approx. 400 ft. off State Hwy 8 South, 4 miles south of Interstate 30 (Exit 201), approximately 20 miles west of Texarkana, Texas. We prefer that no alcohol or tobacco is used outside of the R.V. because of health reasons (smoke allergies). Pets are welcome and we have a fenced yard they are welcome to run in. Gravel road to grass sites. We are able to accommodate large RV's ( even 45 ft.) with no problems (even with towed vehicles). We prefer no late check ins (after dark) unless its an emergency as it is more difficult to get parked and set up. We are happy to be a Hall of Fame Host for Boondockers Welcome. Suggested Local Attractions:Lakes within 10 miles-155 mile to Dallas- 155 miles to Little Rock Ar. Pioneer Days Festival and Rodeo in August each year. Trade Days Antique etc. booths and food booths held at Trailhead Park in New Boston, TX each month. 20 minute drive to Texarkana, TX on Interstate 30 for fine dining and theater attractions, and Texarkana Convention Center. One hour drive to Jefferson, Texas - a very scenic antique town.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 50A

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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RV Dump Station

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House Rules

* ENJOY YOUR STAY-BE HAPPY- BE SAFE *For health reasons we prefer that guests not smoke in the presence of the hosts. *We prefer that alcohol be used in moderation! * We are retired therefore arrival and departure times and dates are not a problem. We will be unavailable after it gets dark due to caregiver responsibilities.  If you have an emergency, please contact us and we will see what we can do to help you.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: 400 feet from a state highway, on a gravel drive way. No problems known but if one is found we will address the issue. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Behind or next to the rig. Sometimes the tow vehicle will need to be disconnected if there are other Boondockers Welcome guests already parked. There is plenty of room to park tow vehicles close to their rigs.

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Grass

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Hosted By PerryGinnyGeorgia

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65+

Loves boondocking,friendly,loves meeting new people and hearing about new places, loves pets and loves retirement but above all we love our God and Jesus Christ! Details: I am 87 years old ; Ginny is 73 years old and Georgia is 98 years old. Ginny & I retired from the banking industry. Georgia (Ginny's Mom) has been a great homemaker. I was born in the South while Ginny and Georgia were born in the West. We like RVing and are thrilled to get back to it after an absence of 19 years. We love to camp by lakesides and just hang out and meet new people. Neither of us drink or smoke because of health. We have a 98 year old mother who thinks she is 60 years old . We have a new rescue Shih Tzu, Misty, who is 3 years old and a darling. We all love gardening, flowers, bird-watching, squirrel-watching and enjoying beautiful sunsets. We also enjoy feeding our gold fish and koi (which come when we call or whistle to them). We enjoy working with our Alpine village which is 16ft .long and 8 ft. wide The village contains 198 buildings,703 figurines, 2 trains and 2,430 trees. Ginny designed the layout. The village has a business district, a residential district, several farm areas, ski chair lifts, ski chalets and houses, Swiss/German Alpine resort area, and a replica of Kensington Palace (in commemoration of Princess Diana),a Thomas Kinkade house (which tells "The night before Christmas story as each room lights up),and is surrounded on three sides by 8 Ft high purple snow capped mountains. We love hosting other Boondockers and don't want to miss any opportunity to fulfill Hebrews 13: 1 & 2. Home Town: McGehee Arkansas and Ogden Utah and Torrington, Wy We live in an oasis in New Boston, TX Favorite Boondocking Locations: Lakesides ,The Pacific Northwest, to our church annual conventions anywhere in the U.S. and exploring new territory. Skills or Expertise to Share: We love Grilling! Ginny is an expert seamstress, flower arrangement designer and avid gardener. I love to do what Ginny tells me to do!!! I am computer illiterate!

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References for this location from other RVers

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    sanford129

    1 week ago

    This was like staying in your family’s backyard, in all the best ways. Nice hookups and the best people you could ever meet. We were lucky to be staying right after Christmas and got to see all the decorations. It’s like something out of a Hallmark movie. Every inch of the house is decorated and beautiful. We were invited to a cookout with the neighbors and everyone was so sweet to us. Highly recommended. We hope to go back.

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    RVGettingThere

    3 weeks ago

    As soon as we pulled in, Ginny was outside to greet us. She immediately welcomed us and helped us position our rig for the night. She then handed us an electrical cord and helped us with a badly needed water connection (boy did we need a shower). We just stayed one night, but Ginny was out in the morning to say hello, take our picture for her scrapbook and say goodbye. I highly recommend Candy Cane Corral and plan to stop by again if we are in the area,.

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    SallyJBergsma

    3 weeks ago

    Several spots with water and electric if need. Super helpful host. Was a short overnight for us, bug next time will be longer.

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    Seward_Gilbert

    3 weeks ago

    As during our previous two visits, Ginny met us at the driveway and guided us to our spot for the night. We had a nice conversation with her and Perry. We appreciated the 50 amp electrical service. Our spot was level, the neighborhood was quiet, and we were happy campers.

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    Okiecolt10

    4 weeks ago

    What a wonderful place! Ginny showed me where to park. It was easy to maneuver from Highway 8 up their gravel driveway. The space was level and I was able to do a full hookup! Ginny offered an extension for my electrical cord but i had just enough length to reach the breaker. I would definitely stay again!

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