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Harmony Acres Farm

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Newtonville, NJ

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    45+ (ft)

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    3

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    No

We live on a 14 acre farm and have dogs, farm cats, horses, and poultry. If you want access to electric and water hook up you need to park near our garage. We have two 15 amp sources and a 30 amp source. You will need 30 feet of electrical cord to plug into the 30 amp service. We charge $15 per night for 30 amp service and $10 per night for 15 amp service. We have wooded spots for dry camping. You are also welcome to fill your water tank if you don't use hook ups. We prefer cash payment for hook ups. We prefer that you arrive by 9pm at the start of your stay. Otherwise, we don't have a check in or check out time unless we notify you of that specifically. We try to have one of us here to show you to your spot. Suggested Local Attractions: Atlantic City, Camden Waterfront and Philadelphia are about 45 minutes away. Six Flags Great Adventure is about an hour away. Millville racetrack is about 30 minutes away. Cape May, Ocean City and Wildwood are nice family friendly beach destinations. Cape May has a zoo and an adventure park. The nearby town of Hammonton is nice to visit. There are several wineries and breweries in the area. Lazy Eye Distillery is open Saturdays noon to 5 pm for tours, tasting, and purchasing bottles of their vodka and Raki. Funny Farm animal sanctuary is 15 minutes away and open to visitors on Tuesday and Sunday from 8-4 and daily if you want to volunteer from 9-3. Palace Outfitters and Restaurant offers canoeing, kayaking, tubing on a nearby river. Cowtown Rodeo every Saturday night May to late September, is 45 minutes away. There are state parks and places to go canoeing and hiking in the area. More places that are about an hour or less away include Wheaton Village, Historic Smithville, Batsto Village, Sweetwater Riverdeck, Theaters, Paintball, miniature golf, Storybook Land, Diggerland, water parks

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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House Rules

Please call or text Rick the day before you arrive as requested in the message we send when we approve your stay. Please do not let dogs run loose and clean up after your dogs. We don't want dogs loose due to our dogs not liking being approached by loose dogs, we have outdoor cats, sometimes let our chickens free range, have wildlife on the property, and our horses could injure your dog. You are welcome to visit with our animals, but please do not enter our animal pens. We ask that you don't feed our animals without prior permission. Some foods can make them sick and we don't want anyone to get bit. Please be sure that children are always supervised by an adult when enjoying our property and animals. We cannot allow campfires. We recommend you have bug repellent on hand in warm weather if exploring outdoors. You can dispose of trash in one of our trash cans or dumpster. Enjoy your stay!

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Location

Please use our address in your GPS, don't use "Harmony Acres" as it will take you to the wrong place. We have a large stone lot with room to turn around. Sites with hook up are on stone or crushed asphalt. The 30 amp site is a back in site. We have dry camping sites in the woods that have a surface of wood chips, they are back in sites and are accessed by a road with a crushed asphalt base at one end and sand/grass at the other end. We also have a pull through dry camping site on crushed asphalt. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: We have a large stone lot on our property. You can park your tow vehicle there if need, but there should be enough room at or near your camping site.

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Hosted By LoriJS

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45-55

Love traveling in our RV Details: I work in health care. My husband is a truck driver. We live on a 14 acre farm. Home Town: Newtonville NJ

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Npackard

    3 months ago

    i can not tell tou how grateful i an to have stayed with Rick and Lori. i am a “newbie” to towing and solo travel and Rick was unbelievably helpful and generous with teaching me things like backing up my camper and giving me super advice. i am truly grateful. theyre such kind people. HIGHLY recommend!

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    BizusTrip

    3 months ago

    The hosts provide us properly instructions and the setup was easy, its ground is super leveled and there’s lot of room. I was able to use Starlink well, with only a little obstruction. We could fill up the water tank and used 15amp by 5 days. It was enough for relaxing. It’s like a semi truck showroom. You can expect some noise and smoke/diesel smell. Rick was nice daily, gave us some tips about the region. Others campers were discrete but friendly.

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    Idahome1

    3 months ago

    What a great time at Harmony Acres. Rick and Lori were promt communicators. We were invited to a bonfire our first night but were too toad weary to join. Maybe next time! It was fun seeing all the families from the local church enjoy their hayride though.

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    Priscila_fortes

    4 months ago

    I’m writing it while still camping on Rick & Lori farm. Rick is a great host, he always tries to help you whatever we needed. The farm is very well taken care by Lori and Rick is the one who accomodates you. There was even a hay ride happening in our 4-nights on the farm that was very fun for my 4yo and myself. The horses are adorable, beautiful and so social, there is also chickens, cats ans dogs in the farm. We went late october and the foliage was still pretry to watch. It was an amazing first time BW experience. Thank you Rick & Lori.

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    Hoku808

    4 months ago

    This is our second time we stayed here Great place to stay large parking area thats level , has power, and water if needed. Rick is very helpful with directions get you to your next stop.

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