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Fieldforest

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Williston Tn, TN

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Fieldforest

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 30 (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    3

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    2

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    Yes

Open and wooded space, (thus Fieldforest) with summertime shade on the camper after 3:00. You are welcome anytime to our seating area in all day shade and under solar lights at night. East of Memphis, we’re Located about 30 minutes on south side of Interstate 40, 15 minutes north of hwy 72 in Mississippi, and 1hour east of Mississippi River, downtown Memphis. Well maintained paved highways to property. Careful with the fire ring and your grill—your own water IS ‘the’ only water source. This really is "DRY" camping. Walking trails maintained especially for you humans but dogs welcomed if have them do their business ‘off trail’. You might see and hear neighbor’s chickens and occasionally hear peacocks. Suggested Local Attractions: pork BBQ takeout & food truck in Moscow. Catfish, hamburgers, and pork BBQ restaurants within 15 min. of this property along hwy 57 or in Rossville, Tn Dollar General store nearby. Collierville, Tn voted best town square in America is 20 minutes away with amenities. We are 30 minutes from Memphis-home of Beale Street, Fed Ex Forum, St Jude, and of course Elvis' Graceland!

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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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Generators Allowed

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Infants up to age 1 allowed. Youth aged 15 and up allowed. no smoking, no drinking or loud music but dance all you want... Feel free to walk trails but please don’t walk past or behind posted signs. Of course no dumping your tanks and remove trash and all you brought in. Please arrive at least 1 hour before dusk with regard to visibility to set up easily and safely. We typically will be there to greet you.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Please call or text an hour before your Arrival so I can tell you descriptives for finding our driveway and not passing it up. A Yukon has pulled a 32’ plus camper up this gravel inclined driveway with no problem. (A large bus or class A will have difficulty at our entrance because of its turning radius.) I would suggest ‘wide turn’ to all total rigs (auto+camper) over 25 feet. The beginning part of this driveway is inclined for about 10 yards, then begins level off. A novice driver with a gas powered single cab pickup without four wheel drive, towed a 30’ camper to this site and it did just fine! Upon exiting we suggest a wide angle turn at the gate to avoid taking our trees with you or leaving your rear wheel in our culvert…😳 Also caution exiting driveway, stop, look, listen, then look again. People use this stretch of highway to pass slow cars…😬 Property is large enough to turn rig around or drive thru if you’re not good at backing if ground is DRY! Tow Vehicle Parking Details: You may stay attached or become detached.

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Gravel

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Hosted By Fieldforest

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55-65

campers, hikers, cyclists Details: While grounded in our original geographic area and involved in our community, we are searching for new experiences through camping, traveling, meeting new people and making new friends. We enjoy learning about people of all ages and abilities from other areas. We're also investigating "off grid living" and repurposing. Interested in the 'simple life' but not quite ready to jump in yet! We love the outdoors, open spaces, warm breezes, star/moon gazing. Home Town: Memphis TN Favorite Boondocking Locations: Walmart, maybe? Prefer a Boondockers welcome host! Skills or Expertise to Share: General knowledge and experience in various subjects: history, music, bicycling. We both enjoy music. We ARE from Memphis you know... We enjoy creating something from nothing. We enjoy the stillness of the night and nature’s sounds.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Rfulr1999

    2 months ago

    This is a beautiful spot to park. Very quiet and nostalgic. Our host was very communicative and gave very good directions. It is difficult to get into and out of but we were told of this in advance. Overall, good stay.

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    DarrellGKing

    2 months ago

    This is sort of a hidden getaway campsite for the hosts which they are sharing with other travelers. It requires a bit of alertness to locate, but the host was on the phone with us three times as well as texting and when we cruised that final stretch of road, one of them was out there waiting to wave us down and into the driveway. The driveway was fine for our 28' skoolie, a grassy track that wound up a short hill before breaking into a large clearing amidst chest-high grasses surrounded by relatively young growth forest. The arrival area has gravel base and we turned about without issue and parked on a surprisingly level patch while easily leaving room for the family cars to arrive or depart. No hookups, so expect to boondock, but the AT&T was strong and open sky overhead fed the solar panels. The family provided a cheerful welcome, providing a leisurely walking tour of the wooded paths and small pond before leaving us to unpack. We settled in quickly and then we were eating dinner (from our own supplies) while listening mostly to trees and the occasional car passing by below. The night was quiet and peaceful, with neighboring lights visible in the distance without drowning out the stars. No wildlife came rummaging around and the Host tells us there are no bear known to be in the area. Smaller critters were visible or left traces, and a large raptor spent some time overhead before dark, but nothing to concern visitors (except maybe ladybugs, which seemed to like the place.) We slept well in the fresh air and arose refreshed to prepare for the one-hour trip to Memphis. My wife and I agreed this was one of the most pleasant experiences of our trip to date. Although it was low-key and without exciting tourist dazzle, it was the perfect answer to our desire for a quiet night in a safe and friendly environment. We will definitely return and we recommend the location to anyone interested in a no-nonsense layover with a peaceful natural setting. From warm welcome to departing smiles and waves, a solid glimpse into Harvest Host hospitality at its best.

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    GaryandKate

    2 months ago

    What an excellent stop for us! We loved the privacy being tucked away on this property and yet still close enough to Memphis. FieldForest has a level parking spot on gravel/grass. Our hostess met us to show us where to set up to make sure we didn't run into trouble with the rains expected that night. We had a great time getting a tour of her property and enjoyed some great conversation before she headed home. Looking forward to having a chance to host her at our place some day.

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    TheMcGs4

    6 months ago

    We unfortunately did not get an opportunity to stay here however this host was incredibly kind. She even offered information to help us out with our circumstance and invited us to stay another time. Would LOVE the opportunity to stay here next time!

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    Shumuren1

    7 months ago

    This is my very first HH experience after picking up my brand new RV, which I will always remember. Jana, the host, just made this experience even more memorable. She communicated with me prior to the stay and gave me very detailed direction to make sure I was not lost. Driving RV the first time in my life in a new city added certain anxiety but her direction was very good and I had no hard time finding the place. Once Jana settle us down on her lovely ground, she showed us around and gave us more instruction about the staying overnight. Although she does not stay there, I felt safe and restful during my first night. Very nice first HH experience. Hope to see jana and her husband when they retire and start traveling in RV.

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