This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Milk River, AB
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Normal driveway, with room for small slideout or partial slide out, parking available on the street. There is not really room for a BBQ on the driveway, but guests may use my deck for chairs and BBQ, there is a fire ring in the fenced yard. Suggested Local Attractions:Writing on Stone Provincial park, 2 hour drive to Waterton National Park, City of Lethbridge 40 minute drive
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Offleash Area for Pets
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking in my home, on the deck or the yard is ok. No generators after 9 pm or before 7 am
Access Road Conditions: normal driveway, drive in or back in; longer than 30 ft, can park on street up to 72 hours Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Street
Hosted By DottieB
Solo Canadian RV traveller, retired accountant, snowbird Details: I have been traveling solo to the SW USA for the past 13 years to escape the Canadian winters (except for this past year because of Covid 19 restrictions). I am a member of Escapees and FMCA and travel in a 32' Class C motorhome towing a Geo Tracker. I spend most of the time in Arizona or California boondocking on the desert. My hobby is creating unque jewellry from copper or silver wire and gemstones. Home Town: I live in Milk River, Alberta, about 10 miles from the USA border, but my home town is Atlin, British Columbia. known as the Switzerland of North America. It is a small town located in Northern BC 25 miles from the Yukon Border and about 50 miles (as the crow flys) from Alaska. Milk River is on hwy 4, the Canadian extension of US Hwy 15. We are 40 minutes from Lethbridge and about the same distance to Shelby, MT. Writing on Stone provincial park is nearby as well as Waterton National Park. Favorite Boondocking Locations: BLM land near Yuma AZ, Tecopa, CA, Martinez Lake, AZ, Death Valley, CA Skills or Expertise to Share: Jewellry creations, rock hounding
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References for this location from other RVers
1 week ago
When I intended to finalize communication with Dottie, I was traveling in high altitude mountains in Montana and had no signal. At the day of my arrival Dottie had business out of town. Recipe for disaster?? Not at all!! Dottie had alarmed her neighbors of my potential arrival and I was received by them like the long awaited king! I was wined and finally dined at the neighbors places and we had the best of conversations. And then Dottie arrived and it was like a family reunion. I had never expected to feel so at home in a hosts world, simple down to the needs but full of heart. On the groups recommendation I stayed for another day and one of the neighbors, a gifted allrounder mechanic, was truly helpful in diagnosing my car’s transmission problems and making me confident that I could go on until I find a professional with all their professional diagnostic tools. Again: like an old friend. By their recommendations, after delaying a day anyway, I visited the UNESCO World heritage site “Written on stone” in their vicinity. Highly recommended - if you are like me you will spend hours there! Overall: a host with a “family” of neighbor friends and everyone out to make you (and your dog) feel really good whilst visiting them. How could you ask for more?
2 months ago
We we’re running behind schedule but Dotti, our very gracious host welcomed us anyway. we felt right at home. A gem of a person she is and lets not forget Sadie 😊. A quiet and comfortable stop . We would definitely stop again. Thank you ,Dotti.
1 year ago
We stayed 2 nights at Dotties place. Each night it was quiet and had a great place to park. We were welcomed and loved staying. The neighborhood was very quiet.
1 year ago
This host was very nice. The level site was in a nice and quiet town. Would would Stay Again!
1 year ago
Wonderful friendly host, and really quiet good night sleep.