Hoodoo Valley Farm
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Tower, MN
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We have a 100 acre farm with several places for RVs to park. We are located 2 miles Tower, 4 miles from the lake Vermilion, Tower Soudan State Park, 3 miles from public beaches and bike trails. Adjacent to miles of cross country ski trails. Suggested Local Attractions:Fortune Bay Resirt, Casino and Golf Course Bois Forte Museum The Bear Center(Ely) The International Wolf Center Underground mine tours at the State Park We have 3 dogs that have the run of our property. We also have ducks and chickens running loose. If anybof this causes concern you may want to choose another place to stay.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Electric Hookup: 15A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking near house. No fires of any kind when fire danger is extreme Quiet time after 10
Access Road Conditions: Short gravel driveway Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Tow vehicle parking available near campsite
Hosted By rebecca8
Details: My husband and I (Finn/Ojibwe elders)have an organic farm on 100 acres where we raise rabbits, chickens , guineas, ducks and pigs Home Town: Tower, Mn Favorite Boondocking Locations: Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan Skills or Expertise to Share: All homesteading skills.
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References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
Smokey was the highlight. Although grateful for the stay, I think a bit of cleaning up is in order. It seems their heart is just not in it.
4 months ago
We parked next to the “sauna,” which looks like a red barn. Becky offered us water and electricity, but we didn’t need it. The spot was not exactly level, but it was fine for just sleeping. The farm is located off the main road to Ely, so super convenient. They have black ducks, chickens, rabbits, pigs, and horses. We didn’t explore the farm due to the rainy weather and our dog. Therefore, not the best place to stay if you have a dog that likes to chase little animals. We slept great! No noise issues at all. Thank you Becky for hosting us.
4 months ago
Great place for animal lovers. Chickens, pigs, sheep, rabbits, cats, a horse, a couple dogs and more. One of the dogs loves to play ball with guests. Kids will have a fun. Everyone we spoke to was pleasant and helpful. We would stay here again.
4 months ago
What a great place to get your “farm animal fix”! We had such a fun time watching, and playing with, the various farm animals here. Smokey the dog was a riot watching him chase “his ball” around the yard. Stay out of his way though as he sometimes looses control of his direction. Rebecca was there to welcome us and proved to be a very friendly and fun to visit with host. Surprisingly for a farm, it was very quiet here, even in the early morning as they must keep the roosters penned up early….thank you for that! The only minor thing that I feel other Boondocker’s should be aware of is that this is a working farm with higher numbers of flies than normal. They were not a issue for us until evening when they also were looking for a nice cozy place to spend the night. Not an issue if you have good screens. Overall this was a great and fun place that we would definitely stay here again if in the area.
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4 months ago
First of all, the hosts are very nice people. We feel fortunate to have had this BDW experience. Parking was easy and the 15 amp worked fine. The driveway has some some pot holes. Slow down. You will be fine. We stayed two nights. That gave us a chance to tour Soudan Mine. We thought the tour was great. We explored the other points of interest and took some short hikes. The host’s farm animals were on our schedule and we slept very well. We would like to stay again. Thanks to the hosts for being part of BDW. And yes, we’ve watched the Oshkii Giizhik Singers on YouTube.