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Heatherwood Farm

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Reddick, FL

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    45+ (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    4

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    Yes

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    3:00 PM

We are located on a 50 acre farm in Marion County Florida, halfway between Ocala and Gainesville. We have horses, miniature donkeys, our pet dachshunds and chickens (free range eggs for sale ! ). In the spring of 2023 we will have our first "blueberry u-pick" on our farm. There are several wineries and breweries within 1 hour of our location. Also many other attractions within an hour of us. Depending on the size of rig, electrical hookup could be possible.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 50A

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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

No smoking Dogs on leashes only in designated areas Quiet time 9pm - 8am

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Location

Ample space for turnaround. Lots of open area for boondock parking. We have 50 amp, 30 amp and 110 plugs also available - each $15 per night. Some parking on asphalt and some parking on grass.

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Pavement

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Hosted By heatherwood

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65+

We are a semi retired couple from Alaska, spending the winters at our 50 acre farm in Florida. We have 3 miniature dachshunds that we travel with, all seasoned travellers. We currently own our first RV purchased new in 2000 and our third RV purchased new in 2020. We love travelling across country, sometimes in our RV and sometimes with a truck pulling a trailer. Hopefully we'll be able to start taking more road trips in the near future! Our one acre blueberry field in FL takes time to pamper, with our first u-pick season this spring.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    OurParrishClan

    9 months ago

    There was more than enough room for us. Our kids really enjoyed all the animals and picking blueberries. It was a nice quiet stay, with no concerns about safety.

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    SWheeler

    9 months ago

    We had a wonderful stay here. There was a ton of animals to attract my kiddos and the amount of land for my dog to walk was amazing. I loved seeing all the chickens just out and about. The blueberries were an amazing surprise as well. My kids had a ton of fun picking them. The hosts were very informative and were able to answer any questions we had. 10/10 would stay here again

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    Hope_Street_Patio

    9 months ago

    Come for the day or come for a stay. This was our second stay with L & D at Heatherwood Farm. We returned for the berries. We certainly got our share and more. We picked 8 lbs for ourselves and more to give back to the farm. It’s such a relaxing and beautiful place. Our kind of ecotherapy. Our hosts were more than accommodating. Full of entertaining stories and helpful tips for next year’s trip to Alaska. We can’t thank you for your kindess enough, Linda & Dave. 💛🫐💛

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    RandallSaunders

    9 months ago

    We stayed only one night at Heatherwood Farm but it was a very quit and restful night. When we arrived we weren't sure where to park but it wasn't long until Linda showed me the hook ups and where to go. It wasn't long after that, that we had our chairs out and relaxing after a long day on the road. There is tons of room in which to turn around so parking and setting up are easy. There is some road noise but not like you get at some places. If you happen to be parked by Cruiser's corral be sure to give him a carrot or two he might not warm up to you at first but he will in the morning. Be sure to ask Linda first though. Linda and Dave were very pleasant and easy to talk to and I would have not problems is staying here again an highly recommend this as a stop over if even for one night. Thank you again Dave and Linda for letting us boondock on your homestead.

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    Eyeman2017

    9 months ago

    Great host very helpful. Blueberries are very good. This is our second stay here and we will be back again.

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