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Fayette, Maine

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Fayette, ME

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FayetteHills

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    < 45 (ft)

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    3

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    5

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    Yes

Pleant of pet hiking on our cut-over 140 acre woodlot. No amenities. Lots of wildlife. Hike down to the pond and launch your canoe. https://www.facebook.com/fayettemaine/ https://mainestategrange.org/?p=83313 https://www.fayettemaine.org/friends-of-starling-hall.html Suggested Local Attractions:Woods and fields.

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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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Campfire Ring Provided

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RV Dump Station

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Generators Allowed

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Please do not litter.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Down a dirt road beside the Starling Grange Hall. Don't get stuck ! Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Wide open woodlot that was recently cut.

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Hosted By FayetteHills

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45-55

Long Time owner who loves to camp Details: West Coast camper who loves camping in New England as well. Home Town: Spent Summers at Fayette, Maine as a kid. Now live near Sacramento. Skills or Expertise to Share: SCUBA diver

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Docsharpe

    1 week ago

    As others have noted, this location is behind a public building, but it’s a little unclear where exactly we are supposed to park. The host communicated quickly and made a point of saying that the land directly behind the building was not his and we needed to park further away, but it was a little unclear where that was. We parked where it was easiest for us and had no problems, but I’m not sure we were in exactly the right spot. The area was quiet and level though and we have no complaints.

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    TRAVELSINTHEGALAXY

    3 months ago

    We were a bit confused with the parking. The people at the Hall were pinging a bit about us setting up camp where we did. I assured them we would be gone in the AM. So they stopped making the calls they were making. There is a survey marker that marks their property. So basically you can back in on the far right it's kind of level. Where we parked was on the Halls land it is the best area. Just beware that there are some Nancys at the hall. If you show up late and leave early is probably best.

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    KATETITT

    3 months ago

    Steve was most gracious as we talked on the phone since he is not on location. Little road noise but otherwise nice quiet boondocking location behind Grange Hall. A granger came by and asked what we were doing there.

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    ByronShaaron

    1 year ago

    Parking in the lot or field by an old Grange building. Nice level parking place. Back country road, so not a lot of road noise.

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    Maeve4296

    1 year ago

    A wild and wonderful spot to boondock! The host was awesome - we were in direct contact to make sure we were set up in the right location. A great stay!!

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