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Davis Farm

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Ooltewah, TN

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Run_Cross_Country

  • Max Rig Size

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    45+ (ft)

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    1

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    3

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    No

We live in the middle of a 120-acre farm. Although the cattle have all been sold, we still do lots of work around the farm. Because our dog sometimes accompanies us, pets should be leashed or well-controlled when off-leash (our dog is aggressive toward cats, so dogs are preferred). It is difficult to park near the utilities. Get as close to our RV as you safely can to minimize the distance. Extra lengths of power cord and water hose are all probably necessary to use that particular utility. Suggested Local Attractions: Chickamauga Battlefield and National Park Harrison Bay State Park Hunter Museum Chattanooga Aquarium

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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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RV Dump Station

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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

No smoking All garbage should be bagged (no loose material should be left) and left in rolling dumpster near end of driveway. Please, no more than 2 13-gallon bags per visit. Please drive 10 mph or slower on driveway to lessen frequency of driveway repair Cleanng windshield with water is okay, but any washing of RV or vehicle(s) should be limited to waterless products, such as Wash Wax All. Please check with us before having any packages sent to you, or mail forwarded to you during your stay.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Gravel driveway generally uphill with a length of slightly under 1/4 of a mile. Driveway opens onto Ooltewah Georgetown Road, a paved secondary road. We routinely drove our 43' diesel pusher with a height of 12'10" on this particular section of our driveway, so limbs and turns are not problems entering or leaving. Our current 36' diesel pusher with a speculated height of 12' 8" also safely travels between the road and our RV barn. Driveable RVs with towed vehicles may be well-advised to unhook (or remove vehicle from dolley) between the 10 mph sign and the storage shed rather than waiting until reaching the RV barn. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Can park next to RV, or in front of your RV if you choose to use power or water.

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Parking Surface

Gravel

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Hosted By Run_Cross_Country

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55-65

Retired part-timers Details: We are retired and living in the middle of my parents' farm on property we now own. We RV part-time. Our RVing schedule is affected by our parents' health and needs. We spend much of our time at home clearing things that accumulated while our house was built and since my father effectively stopped maintaining the farm. Home Town: Ooltewah, Tennessee Favorite Boondocking Locations: We tailgate at Auburn University football games. My wife has season tickets. We drive down for home games and dry-camp on University property for the weekend. Skills or Expertise to Share: None.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Iant7200

    2 months ago

    Our first boondocking experience was above and beyond any expectations we had. A beautiful, serene and quiet spot to park our rig, with hookup to electric and water, surrounded by majestic landscapes, this location was perfect! And the encompassing area was ideal to ride the motorcycle around to explore! Many great suggestions from our hosts, along with making us feel welcomed made for the best stay! We felt the southern hospitality!!! We cannot express our gratitude to Neal and Ginger enough for making this such a great way to start our journey!!

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    CiobanFamily

    5 months ago

    Out in the middle of a family (not currently working) farm. Host was easily accessible for questions. Host was not home so we had full use of the RV area.

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    RIVER777

    8 months ago

    Stayed 2 nights for a quick staycation holiday weekend. Great hosts! Enjoyed watching the sunset from their quiet country farm. Highly recommend.

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    dlteamor

    8 months ago

    A nicer couple, you'll never find...❤️ Neil and Ginger are the most gracious hosts I've encountered (and all of ours have been great thus far!) I really don't know where to start. We spent three nights due to experiencing multiple tire blowouts en route. We spent our first evening with them watching the gorgeous sunset. Our dogs played so hard that mine slept nearly the entirety of the next day! They made sightseeing suggestions that were perfect for our daughter's homeschool lessons, and even provided transportation! I know that they are hosts, but I truly feel that we have made new friends (and our doggies did, too!) 😊

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    Portche_

    10 months ago

    Arrived a bit later than we thought we would, after dark, but we were met by our host and everything was ready. Just had to plug in and we were set for a good sleep.

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