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Korgemae Farm

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Rohrersville, MD

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Hosted By

old.place.whisperer

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    45+ (ft)

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    1

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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    Yes

Situated in Maryland's beautiful Pleasant Valley, our mountain farm is an easy drive from Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Antietam National Battlefield, the Appalachian Trail, and more! We offer a private setting on our 158-acre historic farm. Note: Lots of sun at campsite in morning/early afternoon; shade from barn in later afternoon/evening. This is a working farm complete with Highland cows, friendly kunekune pigs, barn cats and livestock guardian dogs. Farm sounds, smells, etc. are a fact of life here.

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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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Campfire Ring Provided

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

- No smoking in any farm structure, pasture or field, or shared space. - Please do not feed the animals. - Please stay on trails; do not enter animal enclosures, outbuildings, or residential yards. - Practice consent; Please do not photograph farm residents, staff, or other visitors without their permission. - Be kind. We are honored to welcome many beautifully diverse humans to this farm, and we strive to be an oasis of safety and support in a hard world.

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Location

Parking beside historic milking barn (no longer in use). Parking has gravel as well as grassy area. Accessed by private gravel farm lane. Caution: tall rigs should exercise care with overhead electrical wire.

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Gravel

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Hosted By old.place.whisperer

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30-45

Retired trial attorney turned mountain adventurer, writer, aspiring farmer, and rescuer of old places. One of my best friends and I recently purchased an historic farm/Boondockers host site near Antietam Battlefield and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, which we are actively restoring.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    mirasuef

    1 month ago

    Prompt communication. Parking is next to farm building with easy access to power and water and nice view of surrounding farmland. Never saw the owners. There were adorable piglets that were very friendly. There were coyotes that were yipping and howling right outside rig so be careful with pets. Thank you!

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    Joe_Laura

    1 month ago

    Thank you so much for sharing your farm with Boondockers! You’ve already done such beautiful things and know you will bring the farm back to it’s well deserved restoration! We happened to be there one day when Dennis came by and he very generously shared his knowledge of the farm and the surrounding area. The area is just gorgeous!! Full of quaint country roads and farms rich in history! We hope to return soon❤️

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    Gallivanting01

    2 months ago

    Didn’t see or talk to anyone besides on the phone when we checked in, but the overnight stay was great. We set up at the white barn near a mama pig and her babies. Our dogs enjoyed walking around smelling all of the many smells you find on a farm and we enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere. Thank you for sharing your home with us, we greatly appreciate it.

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    jerishumate

    2 months ago

    We had a peaceful, beautiful stay at Korgemae Farm. The piglets were too cute for words! Water and electricity very easy to access, and the spot for our rig was perfect! Great communication with the host but we were sad to never meet in person.

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    KloosterClan

    2 months ago

    What a beautiful and peaceful place. We carefully pulled into a large lot of gravel and grass next to the barn for 5 days. As stated in the description you do have to maneuver with caution but we did it without any issues with our 40’ fifthwheel. The ground was slanted but nothing that a few leveling blocks can’t fix. We were so happy to have water and electrical (50 amp) hookups for such a small fee. We did have to use our extension corde so make sure you have at least 30’ cable. We had two bars on our T-mobile cell reception with LTE internet and our T-Mobile home internet was very slow though. We explored Gathland and Harpers Ferry which both were conveniently located just few minutes away and absolutely gorgeous. We stopped at Himes, the local convenient store to grab some freshy grounded meat which was a delish! Lastely, we took the time to explore around the farm and walk along side the English Highlander and Black Angus cows. We met the farmer Donovan who kindly took my kids on a tractor ride and Dennis who let my kids feed the kunekune pigs. What a wonderful experience for our entire family, we will be back!

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