This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Roosevelt, WA
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We are in the middle of nowhere, high desert about 3100' above sea level so expect the rig to "cry like a baby" doing the climb, LOL not really THAT bad. We have nice spring and fall weather but summer can be anywhere from 80-112 ! Fires are not allowed at anytime ( covered or not ). The spaces are gravel but there is grass around the outside of spaces, we have some trees for shade. If you like to "veg" and enjoy peace then this is the place to stay. The wind blows pretty much every day, nice to have your windows open and get fresh air. The night sky is pretty awesome, and the howl of the coyotes only adds to the awesomeness. You get spotty cell connection, no wi-fi and some people get tv on their rig antenna Suggested Local Attractions:Rodeo 2nd week of June, Bickleton museum and not much else, LOL
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
NO fires, loud noises at night, cigarette butts thrown on ground, NO HUNTING of ANY kind, NO dogs/cats running loose and please PICK UP POOP right away. Other than that have a nice enjoyable stay :) We do request that if you dump into our septic that you pay to do so, $5.00, if you use electric , water and dump we ask for a $10 donation to cover those costs, it costs us to have tank pumped. If you need electric please offer a donation to cover what you use, especially if running little heaters or AC. You may show up and leave at your convenience, relax , enjoy, refresh!
Access Road Conditions: Paved road to driveway then gravel to spot. You will be coming to an area that is 3100' above sea level, be prepared for a little climbing no matter what road you take to get here, slow and easy will be the best if coming off of Hwy 14 onto hwy 8 and if coming from Goldendale, WA on Bickleton Hwy up through "the canyon" !! Tow Vehicle Parking Details: None, it is wide open, plenty of space
Hosted By lotzopets
Outgoing, honest ,caring ,"treat others as you would want to be treated" Details: Hubby and I are "people" persons. Used to own the little tavern/café in town, really miss being around people. We rescue animals but have asked GOD to please NOT put anymore in our path as we don't want any of them to out live us and then have to end up homeless again. Home Town: We actually live in Bickleton , per County, ( Postal says we are Roosevelt )which is a town of about 90 or so people, it is literally in the middle of nowhere! If you want peace and quiet and beautiful night skies then this is where you want to spend a few nights. You will hear coyotes in the distance, see wildlife scurrying around like.... gray diggers, chipmunks, deer, lizards, quail, huge variety of birds (we are known for the mountain and western bluebirds that come back every Feb and stay till about Oct ). This is high desert country with wheat and cattle farms. We are what they call a "flat-lander" as we moved here instead of being born here, lol. They hold a rodeo 2nd week-end of June and a car rally sometime in Aug or Sept. There isn't much to do up here except refresh and enjoy. Favorite Boondocking Locations: We haven't had a chance to get away and do any boondocking but plan to this year, will post about it then. Skills or Expertise to Share: Not many skills on my part but hubby Jerry was a millwright and do quite a bit of fixing of things
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 year ago
With a delightful mix of friendliness and sense of humor, our host made us feel welcome as soon as we arrived. The spot is level, clean and super quiet with a big sky to watch the clouds change color at sunset and gaze up at the stars that follow. The surrounding area made for a low-traffic, vista-filled bicycle ride. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Thank you!
3 years ago
We were warmly welcomed to this beautiful property in the hills. After a tour We were given freshly laid eggs and we spent a peaceful night.