This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Tweed, ON
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are on a Stoco lake waterfront property. Guests can have access to a sand beach, dock, swim platform. The location is nestled among pines, oaks and maples. There is access to the Trans Canada trail and town is within walking distance (2km) Note: stay on trails and mowed grassy areas due to poison ivy. Suggested Local Attractions:Trans Canada Trail, Prince Edward County Wineries 1 hr away, Elvis Festival in August, local agricultural fairs various summer weekends.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 15A
Children must be supervised at all times near the water. Non swimmers must wear life jackets while on dock or swim platform. Quiet time 10pm - 8am Pets to be leashed while on site and poop and scoop must be practised.
Access Road Conditions: Generally well maintained gravel road. Very steep hill just before property. Trees close to road at driveway can be a challenge for longer trailers. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Our property is best suited for class A, B and C RV's up to 25'. Can accommodate smaller towed trailers but it must be backed in. Tow vehicle can park in front or beside RV.
Hosted By LorriBill
Adventure Seekers Details: We are a retired couple who are just transitioning from seeing the world from a motorcycle point of view to enjoying the comforts of travelling via a class B PW camper. Looking to share travel stories with other avid travellers. Home Town: We live on the outskirts of the sleepy little village of Tweed on the edge of Stoco Lake in the eastern region of Ontario, Canada. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Boondocking is a new experience for us, therefore we welcome advice from others! Skills or Expertise to Share: We have travelled by motorcycle from home to the tip of Argentina, then to the farthest north you can go on a road - Deadhorse, Alaska. We spend winters usually in various places in Mexico and our summers here in Tweed in our small lakefront home. If you want first hand experience of travelling in any of those places, just ask!
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
I had a wonderful 2-day stay with Lorri and Bill and was extra grateful for the 15 amp electrical as the nights had gotten much cooler than expected. I was tucked in on a perfectly flat drive, surrounded by golden and red fall colours and kept wishing I could stay there forever. The beauty and peace was special and my conversations with Lorri and Bill were warm and kind. Thank-you so much!!
3 months ago
This is a beautiful location with friendly welcoming hosts. The road is a little narrow for a little challenge to manoeuvre into their driveway but managable for my class B. Very quiet spot.
3 months ago
Was such a warm welcome and such a lovely chat by the fire, would love to come again to update travel adventures and to ride the trans canada trail from there.
6 months ago
We stayed here one night and loved it. The hosts are so nice and accommodating. They have a beach which they allowed us and our dog to enjoy. Directions were great and they are easy to find. One of the best BW hosts we've encountered.
6 months ago
It is not very often my wife and I come across another couple that is more adventurous and knowledgeable about things then we are, but we were pleasantly surprised. Our hosts were kind and terribly knowledgeable about travelling (extensively about North/South America and beyond) and also the small things that make the world go around (i.e.plants and minor mechanics). The like location is also excellent from the place to park, to their water front and the lake itself. We would highly recommend a stay and also suggest having a chat with the hosts as you their wealth of knowledge on a variety of topics is something you only find with people that have seen and done many a thing. Thank you kindly !