This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Ellaville, GA
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
The site is a back-in off the lower driveway on five acres fenced in and gated for privacy. Due to long curved driveway I can only accommodate Class B, C, and trailers under 30 feet. If you have a tow vehicle I have more room to unhook and park. There is 30 amp electric hookup at site for $10.00 per night. There is also a fire pit with free fire wood. The site has a picnic table and a outdoor light for night use. Suggested Local Attractions: Andersonville National Historic Site is 15 miles away and Jimmy Carter National Historic Site is 15 miles away.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Leave it as clean as you found it. Enjoy the wildlife and quiet as we do.
Access Road Conditions: The road is gravel and dirt off the main paved road for one quarter of a mile before entering the property. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: We have a circle gravel driveway to move in and out and other driveways to park a tow vehicle.
Hosted By Evergreencove
We are both retired and enjoying life. Details: I like to travel, camp and explore new places. Home Town: Ellaville, Ga. We are 15 miles from Andersonville National Historic Site and 15 miles from Jimmy Carters National histroric Site. Ellaville is off Highway 19 and 30 miles west off interstate 75 on route 26. The city of Americus, Ga. is 20 miles south on highway 19. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Cracker Barrel and National forest. Skills or Expertise to Share: I like woodworking and we both like to work outdoors.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 week ago
This site was perfect! Easy access and host even provided a fire ring with wood! looking forward to coming back!
3 weeks ago
Place was great for first time boondocking. Cozy with plenty of firewood for the firepit. Host was very friendly and welcoming. Would definitely stay again.
1 month ago
I can't say enough. It's just like a mini campground with carved direction signs, a wood rail around the area, picnic table, cooking area, lighting, cut wood pile, and campfire ring. And for the season Christmas lights on a couple of trees. The best is the very nice and accommodating host. We enjoyed our conversations.
1 month ago
Bob was not only a gracious and generous host, he understood our needs as cyclists and even offered roadside assistance shoild we need it on our ride to Andersonville and back. That was so thoughtful — thanks, Bob!
1 month ago
Our hosts had a great open site with 30 amp service or a smaller site with 20 amp service. They had a fire pit and even provided fire wood and kindling. Loved the two nights we stayed there!