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Hidden Oaks

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Prospect, OH

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Hosted By

Rhodesacres

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 25 (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    2

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    2

  • Same Day Requests

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    No

We have nice grass area, over 100 trees and over 25 different types , 3 acres of country living. Quiet area with lots of birds and wild animals . You might see -deer, rabbits, wild turkeys, Eagles, chipmunks, raccoons and possum. Picnic table is available We are very close to state route 4, which gives you easy access to north and south. Suggested Local Attractions:We are a short -30 minute drive to Delaware, Ohio, Marysville, Ohio and Marion, Ohio. Less than 30 min drive to President Harding’s home and memorial. We are right along the Scioto River. Close to Marion Popcorn Festival in September. Several pumpkin farms nearby.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Campfire Ring Provided

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House Rules

Please pick up after yourself. Please do not cut any live trees. Fire wood available for a donation. Please ask before getting into garden area. We do offer veggies and fruit and farmers market items for a donation. #Susan’s Herbs and Stuff on Facebook

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Parking for camper is in the grass. There is a 60 foot gravel drive from roadway into our yard. Access roads leading to property are all blacktop. You are welcome to park in grass or stay on gravel driveway. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: They can park next to camper or on gravel driveway.

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Grass

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Hosted By Rhodesacres

Age:

65+

We are a semi -retired couple. Details: We are both retired . But we also participate in the local farmers market as well as local craft shows. We love the outdoors, gardening and working in our yard. We like to camp and travel the USA and also abroad. Home Town: We are both from small towns and wouldn’t change that. Skills or Expertise to Share: We both have multiple skills . As we have both been firefighters, EMTA’s. My husband has lots of mechanical skills and I retired from the medical field after 25 years.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    LuckyOne

    1 month ago

    We stayed a couple of nights. There was plenty of space to park and get turned around. We had some nice conversations and enjoyed some of her homemade jam. there is little road noise- a real country feel. Plan to stay here again.

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    SueandKen

    2 months ago

    Hidden Oaks is a beautiful spot, owned by the sweetest couple. We were fortunate to enjoy 75 degree temps in November and it couldn’t have been more picturesque! We were greeted with yummy homemade peach jam and a nice explanation of what was nearby for groceries, exploring etc. Grass parking is easy and level. There’s also a picnic table, firewood and a fire ring. We ‘d love to come again! We purchased fresh potatoes, more jam and some berry syrup. Yum!

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    Dawn_Derrin

    3 months ago

    It was a lovely place to stop for the night. Susan was a wonderful host, and the grounds are beautiful. We wanted to grab a bite to eat and Susan mentioned the White Swan was just down the road. It had very good food with a beverage after a long drive. We recommend Hidden Oaks.

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    JoeTravel

    4 months ago

    We greatly enjoyed our stay at Hidden Oaks. The hosts were most generous and offerred us home grown produce. We enjoyed seeing and eating chestnuts. The campsite was beautiful and spacious. Highly recommend this site.

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    JimRachelle

    7 months ago

    Dan and Susan are gracious hosts. They have a lovely yard with fruit trees surrounded by acres of farmland. Susan provided helpful gardening tips while walking us through vegetable garden. Boondock area is located on an acre of level grass approximately 150 yds from their house. Trees around perimeter of lot provide some shade & privacy. A metal campfire ring & a picnic table is provided for Boondockers. Prospect is a small town with a weekly farm market  Fine dining & shopping about 25 miles away in historic districts of Delaware & Powell. We had clear skies during our 2 night stay to enjoy stargazing.  Most of the time only sounds hear are birdsong. We highly recommend boondocking at Hidden Oaks.

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