This is a Boondockers Welcome host in North Liberty, IN
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are out in the country and its always quiet and peaceful. Plenty of room to do whatever you want. Verizon signal is 1 to 2 bars (most days) ATT signal is 1 to 2 bars (more reliable then Verizon) Of course some days are worse then others. Our WIFI is too slow to share....one of the disadvantages of living in the country Suggested Local Attractions:Potato Creek State Park is 5 miles to the entrance. Campground, hiking, paved bike trails, picnic areas, fishing, and paddle boats rentals. RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum ~35 miles northeast Lake Michigan is 35 miles ... lots of choices as to beaches and parks. Notre Dame University offers tours Blueberry festival annually over Labor Day weekend
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Leave it like you found it. Well behaved pets are welcome. You can use the trash and recycling cans in front of the garage. I am retired so will be around most of the time, happy to answer any questions you might have.
Access Road Conditions: The road coming to the house is paved, but very bumpy (about a 1/4 mile long). I recommend going slowly. The turn into the driveway is easy but you do have to turn sharp. NOTE: make sure you go LEFT of the garage to get to your spot next to the big building in the back. Do not go between the garage and the house which is our back yard and has a septic field system in it. If this is unclear please call me. You will then have to drive thru our side yard to get to the back property to park along side the large building in the back. We do it everyday, so no problems. The only time we would not allow this is in the spring when the 1st thaw starts or snow on the ground. There tight corners that large rigs may have difficulty navigating. If you look at the pictures you can get a real good idea of the few obstacles we have to get to the back of the property. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: There is plenty of room for parking. Next to your RV or staying connected.
Hosted By justjim1
We are active RV'ers and look forward to hosting like minded people. Details: We both love being outdoors and traveling.... we travel with RV, tent, sailboat, and sometimes by bike. We have just purchased our 1st electric assist bikes and we are loving it! We look forward to meeting new people with like interests and others to. Home Town: North Liberty is a small community (we don’t even have a stop light). Our claim to “fame” is Potato Creek State Park. It a very nice place to visit for bike trails, hiking trails, boating, picnics etc …you can rent bikes, canoes, kayaks, peddle boats and small fishing boats. They have camping available also. We are 5 miles from the entrance. Favorite Boondocking Locations: We enjoy boondocking on National Land when we can find it. Hope to add Boonedockers to the list. Skills or Expertise to Share: As a lot of people say "Expert at Nothing" but pretty good at most things. I am pretty good at helping you plan on what to see and do.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 month ago
Great spot for a quiet restful night. Host are very accomadating. We had a much needed break after several travel days.
2 months ago
The hosts were awesome , they have a nice quiet spot to park and offer hookups for power and water. Access can be tight if you have a large rig but totally doable.
4 months ago
we were able to stay at this beautiful property memorial day weekend for a concert on Sunday and early departure on Monday morning. The hosts had a last minute change and were not going to be home but graciously let us stay anyway. This was such a quiet place and im sure the stars would be beautiul to watch if it hadn't been overcast. Thanks so much for letting us share your beautiful property for our very first Boondockers stay. we did use the electric and were comfortable with our fan in the camper.
4 months ago
Very friendly & accommodating host! Quiet stay enjoying country setting. We enjoyed a lovely day at the nearby Potato Creek state park.
5 months ago
Jim is a country gentleman living the country life style. Pleasant accommodating and conversational. Has an interesting boat of sorts. Need to ask him about it. And he has a vintage travel trailer that he uses. Shade trees, green grass, cool breeze all call you to a lawn chair and sweet ice tea. Easy to find, excellent for an over night or a couple days of travel rest. I did two nights and left refreshed. Thank you.