Four Branches Farm
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Milton, GA
Max Rig Size
< 45 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Thirty miles north of Atlanta, easily accessible to I-575, Ga.400. In middle of horse country on Ga. 372 in far north Fulton County and surrounded by expensive neighborhoods, but still in the boondocks. Suggested Local Attractions:Birmingham Park (120 acres, wooded with walking and horse trails) within 1.5 miles. Gibbs Gardens, Lake Lanier, Lake Allatoona, white watering, Booth Art Gallery Cartersville, Atlanta
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
RV Dump Station
I have animals and next door neighbors. The neighborhood is quiet after dark and the same is expected of guests.
Access Road Conditions: Gravel and dirt driveways. In rainy weather, parking available in large yard. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Elsewhere on property. I have 8 acres plus.
Hosted By Jeremiah
Now hobby farmer and semi-retired entrepreneur, civil engineer, land surveyor, grading contractor, real estate broker and developer. (Note: For some reason, I cannot communicate with new guests through this site. PLEASE contact me via voice phone or text so I can give detailed instructions for the visit, else I may not be home when you come!) Home Town: Milton, Georgia 30004 Favorite Boondocking Locations: None so far Skills or Expertise to Share: Land surveying, civil engineering, grading, farming, water feature construction (waterfalls, ponds), photography, videography, carpentry, welding, plumbing
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
9 hours ago
I really enjoy my time here. Jeremiah is such a sweet host. His dog sophie will greet you. He gave us eggs from his farm. He had goats all who are super friendly and cute. Your not far away from stores or things to do. I will be returning when i go back to Georgia.
3 days ago
We really enjoyed the farm! Jerry was a great host and the goats were precious!
3 weeks ago
The delay in sending this review is not a poor reflection on our stay at this farm. My brother and I stayed here for two nights in early September 2022 while visiting the area for a Clemson football game in Atlanta. Jeremiah is a very interesting and accommodating host! He even invited us into to watch the Atlanta Braves game with him that night. If you have a large rig (I have a 42 foot fifth wheel) getting into his place may be a slight challenge. However, Jeremiah met us at the gate and helped stop traffic and get us in the gate. The goats are entertaining but watch where you step (if you know what I mean). Also make sure you close your truck doors, an open door is an invitation to curious goats. We were able to use 120 amp power and water. Directions are spot on, no trouble finding the place. If you have a large rig you might find it easier to approach from the south. If coming from the north I would recommend passing his farm and turning around several miles down the road at a small town. Overall, we had a great stay.
1 month ago
we had such an amazing stay here! our dog, Jaime, loved Sophie and watching the goats! my fiancé and I would watch the baby goats every morning. we appreciated all the stories during our stay, and especially liked helping around the farm. 10/10 would stay here again!!
1 month ago
this is a fabulous place. jeremiah was a great host. his dog sophie was sweet and my dog loved her. and i LOVED the goats. there was a baby one i almost bought hehe. stay here. its stunning !