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Claassen Farm

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Newton, KS

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Hosted By

Conniejean

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    45+ (ft)

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    1

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    3

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    Yes

We live in the country on a farm on the middle of the section. Have a few cows, chickens 1 dog Suggested Local Attractions:Warkentine House Kauffman Museum

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

None

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Sure

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Parking Surface

Grass

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Hosted By Conniejean

Age:

65+

Grandma of 11 Retired RN, Love people,and my Lord. Home Town: Newton Kansas Favorite Boondocking Locations: New Mexico BLM

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Shivadasa

    3 months ago

    Unfortunately I was in the process of coming down with Covid and could not socialize. (Spent next night in ER in Little Rock.) The host met me when I arrived and told me where to park. I was trying to keep my distance and hope I did not come across as rude.

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    LandDrifters

    4 months ago

    We stayed here 9/19–22/2022. Hosts Dwight and Connie welcomed us and allowed us to park in their farm equipment garage to escape the sun and mitigate the 101° daily temperature. We enjoyed a chat and glass of wine on their back porch the first evening. Connie gave us travel brochures, maps, and a dozen eggs from her chicken coup. They left the next morning before daylight to travel to Wisconsin to retrieve a swather they had purchased for the farm. Their son Jed, who operated the farm with his dad, was available should we have needed anything.

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    PaPawandGDah

    4 months ago

    Connie was a welcoming and kind hostess. She presented us with a gift bag containing info about the area and a local snack, Pfeffernüsse, a German/Mennonite holiday treat. She brought us a dozen fresh eggs the following morning. We parked our motorhome with tow in front of a large barn with one open side for farm machinery. We hooked up to the 30 amp service on one end of the barn, much appreciated as temperatures were in the 90s! Note that the farm is down a long maintained dirt/gravel driveway. Thank you Connie for your kindness and first impression of Kansas!

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    SusieNBillDayOne

    6 months ago

    Great overnight stay and nice people! Nice area to park on concrete pad next to the open barn. Electric hook-up was easy and the farm-fresh eggs wonderful! Wish we had more time to explore Newton - looked like a nice little town. We would definitely stay again.

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    KenandSandy

    6 months ago

    Wish we could have stayed longer. very nice people. We were just moving our Son to the area and needed a place to stay. The location was not very far from town. The owners were very helpful with information around the area and They will let you get fresh eggs. We will be back in the area and would stay longer just to get to know the family more.

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