Double M Homestead
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Richfield, WI
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are located northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the rolling hills of the Kettle Moraine/Holy Hill area. Check in: After 4PM. Check out: 12PM. We can provide a quiet overnight stay on a 4 acre mini hobby farm (a work in progress) in the rural countryside. We are a short distance away from and easy access to Interstate 41. You can park next to our pole barn (away from the turkeys and chickens) with W/E available. Alternately, if the ground conditions are right; not muddy or soft, you can park up in the field for a truly off-grid, mostly secluded boondocking experience. We'll get you settled in and leave you to your privacy. Fair warning; there are a couple of roosters on the property that like to wake the flocks up early on occasion. You'll also have opportunities to hear the tom turkeys gobble. We start doing chores around 8:30-9 AM. There are mowed paths in the field for walks. Area attractions: Basilica and National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians at Holy Hill https://www.holyhill.com Cabela's Outdoor Outfitters Store https://stores.cabelas.com/us/wi/richfield/1-cabela-way.html Slinger Speedway https://slingersuperspeedway.com Richfield Historical Park http://www.richfieldhistoricalsociety.org/about_the_park.html Ice Age National Scenic Trail https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/iceagetrail There are also many parks, restaurants, and golf courses in the area.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
We can accommodate slideouts. However; if your rig has them on both sides, it might not be possible to use both at the same time. That will be determined when you park. Please keep the volume level at a minimum when playing music. Well-behaved dogs and cats are welcome but must remain leashed and under control of an adult when outside your camper. Please clean up after your pets. Please do not enter livestock areas without the property owner's permission. No open campfires.
The parking spot is on gravel next to the pole barn. Electric is available from the barn. Water is around the corner. We can help with our hose to hook up to yours for needed length. Parking in the field when available is a full boondocking experience as there is no water or electric available. There is plenty of space to manuever in and out. Toad vehicle parking is also available.
Hosted By mike_marlene_Y
We are a retired professional married couple looking forward to the adventures we couldn't have while working and raising three boys. We dabbled in RVing a few years back but now are getting serious in traveling more frequently. Downsizing from a motorhome, we pull a 2017 Gulfstream 19RBS Vintage Cruiser and are loving it. We tend to prefer the off-the-beaten-path travels rather than big city mahem.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
Even though we showed up after dark and left before it was light we enjoyed our stay here. Our hosts were very nice and welcomed us upon arrival. It was very quiet and peaceful and easy to park our van over night. Wish we had more time to stay and chat more as they seemed like great people.
4 months ago
Spent 2 nights at Double M Homestead. Parked our 34’ 5th wheel beside the barn , a little bit snug with slide-outs on both sides, but not an issue. Mike and Marlene were very helpful with set up and provided a 30amp hookup. I caught wild turkeys peeking in the rig the first morning :). A quiet, enjoyable stay.
5 months ago
Mike and his wife were so helpful. They came out in the rain to help us get parked, hooked up to power and connected to their guest wifi. Not too many folks would do that. They have a nice little farm just off the road, easy to find with their directions. Just an overall great stopover.
5 months ago
Mike and Marlele were wonderful hosts. I parked on a level site next to the barn wheere a 30 amp electric hook-up was available They also had wi-fi which worked well. We had a couple of opportunities to sit and visit comfortably. It was nice to be with people who enjoyed each other, their lifestyle and their local heritage. They also had some field parking for more privacy. Be aware thar they raise chickens and turkeys if you are a light sleeper. Didn't bother me at all. They refused to take any money for the parking and electricity. Wonderful people.
5 months ago
Communication was great and these host are wonderful! Helped us park and plug in as well as made sure we were comfy for the night!