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Deep North

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Roseau, MN

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Hosted By

brad_teubner

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 35 (ft)

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    1

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    3

  • Same Day Requests

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    Yes

In town site. 40' of driveway with about a 3% slope is available when our motorhome isn't parked on it. May have problems backing anything over 35 feet in off the street. Unlimited length on the streets next to our house. Water available to fill tanks, but not for full-time hookup. 30A electric available if you have over 50' of cord. 15A close. Fee only if you use heat or A/C, otherwise no charge for electric. 1/4 mile to country where I walk my dog off-leash daily. 1 mile to city park $1 dump station. Suggested Local Attractions:Relaxed small town atmosphere. Cool summers (relatively). Tours of Polaris manufacturing facility daily (maybe not with Covid). Polaris Experience Center (history of Polaris). Local museum. Nearest city (by road) to the Northwest Angle (northenmost point in the continental US).

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

In town, so local good-neighbor rules apply. Barking dogs unacceptable.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: City streets Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Lots of nearby on-street parking

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Pavement

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Hosted By brad_teubner

Age:

65+

Retired engineer and SLD teacher. Details: Mellow and flexible. Seriously retired. Home Town: Roseau, MN Favorite Boondocking Locations: Mountain west in summer, southwest in winter. Skills or Expertise to Share: Motor-homing for 30 years. Have repaired most systems on an RV at one time or another.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    ms.skiwell

    4 months ago

    If you’re anywhere near this area I highly recommend you meet the Deep North folks. They are so wonderful and helpful. I’ve met a lot of wonderful people in my travels but these guys go above and beyond what should be expected from Boondockers welcome Hosts. B. helped me with a couple of problems I had with my van with ingenius ideas that worked! I was set off with veggies from the garden among other considerate things. These guys are the epitome of what a host is. Thanks so much guys. We will stay in touch as we have already.

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    Cubbie__

    5 months ago

    The place is in beautiful quiet neighborhood. The hosts had amazing communication and the first thing they asked when I arrived was if I needed anything at all. Then I was asked if there was anything I needed help with and when I explained I still needed to attach my solar, B spent the evening helping me. I cannot be more grateful for the knowledge and assistance I was provided. 10/10!

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    nicholas94

    7 months ago

    Host had great communication. Spot was in their driveway in a quiet, little neighborhood. Be sure to ask him about his hiking trail! Got a chance to go up to Angle Inlet and see northernmost point. Great stay. Highly recommend. Very friendly and welcoming hosts made sure I had everything I could need.

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    tomflynn

    1 year ago

    This is a great boondocker host couple. B has a wealth of experience with campers, especially the electronics, and he took some hours to help me update my electrical system and check my brakes. I am very grateful for his time and expertise. The main attraction in Roseau is the Polaris plant. There was no tour in the Covid time but the Experience Center was open and is a great place to see the history of the snowmobile

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    Terry and Malcolm

    2 years ago

    Lively and interesting couple with vast boondocking experience. Scored some fresh tomatoes out of their garden. Hard to find nowadays. Much appreciated.

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