The Lone Ponderosa
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Sangerville, ME
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are in the Central Highlands of Maine - in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains near the AT. The area is known as the Central Highlands. Our farm has hiking tails and wonderful natural beauty that some could consider a destination in and of itself. Three trout streams are within walking distance. We are in the heart of Maine's most beautiful range of mountains and are centrally located to all. There is a nice town only five minutes away (Dover-Foxcroft) and it has everything you could want.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Small children are fine as long as you are willing to choose one of the more remote camping areas. This property has several different locations that are all wonderful. Warming fires are prohibited except in certain locations. We are in the middle of a forest after all.
Nice and level on the farm trail, slightly bumpy on the grass.
Hosted By The_Lindens
HI, We are retired folks and anxious to meet you. I am a musician and author and my wife is a world traveler. She's been everywhere. (Think of that Johnny Cash song) I also build musical instruments - guitars, mandolins and fiddles. If you enjoy a song or two make sure you stop by and join us on the front porch. If you bring an instrument all the better.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
Farm, Sangerville What a pleasant surprise! The hosts were sitting outside waiting when we arrived. Lauran and I felt welcome immediately. They are both very interesting people, knowledgeable on many different subjects and we enjoyed talking with them. I always wanted to hear more stories, not only of their past travels and adventures but what they were doing today--right now. In the morning he and I walked out along a trail lined with foliage on the property with the host, unfortunately, Lauran had recently had back problems and couldn’t hike at all. We passed Maple trees and he talked about tapping Maple syrup. I had no idea how that was done. Maple syrup was just one of the topics we discussed however, there were many more. He has written a few books and talked a bit about them when I asked. “I understand you are also a musician’’ I said. He then showed a few of the guitars he was working on. Lauran told me that his wife was interesting as well. Unfortunately we had prior commitments the next day in Rockland and had to head back. Too bad. I would have enjoyed talking with these people all day. The farm itself is a story. Plenty of room to park, peaceful, relaxing; the kind of place you would say: ‘I could live here’. If ever you are heading in this direction definitely stay here!
6 months ago
had a geeat one night stay, wish we could have stayed longer. Very quiet scenic lot with trails for hiking. Host were very gracius and warm. Hope we meet again.
7 months ago
We thought it would be a quick stay as we headed up to the Maritimes. The host was such a joy to meet that it turned out to be one of our favorite spots. He shared one of his books with me -"Conspicuous Gallantry" and I throughly enjoyed it. If you want to know about being a lumbarjack in Maine or what it is like to have autism, read this book! The spot was level and easy to access. Thank you for a great visit!
7 months ago
What a great hosts and a great place. Quiet, fairly secluded. Loved our two days here.