This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Cullman, AL
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Barndominium in the country but minutes from town and Walmart. Grocery stores and gas stations nearby. Located on quiet road 1 mile from I65. Room to stretch your legs and walk your pets. Level area to park next to house. Suggested Local Attractions:Ave Maria Grotto, Smith Lake, Clarkson Covered Bridge, Hurricane Creek Park. About 45 minutes to Birmingham and Huntsville which have a lot of attractions.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 30A
No smoking No open campfires due to allergies. No firepits Quiet time after 10PM. Dogs must be on leash due to local ordinances.
Access Road Conditions: Easy access from I65 but last 1/4 mile is narrow 2 lane road. Since it is a dead end traffic is light. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Plenty of room on property to park a tow vehicle but may have to unhitch before turning into driveway.
Hosted By Rayfour
Retired grandpa of 2. Loves nature and photography. Details: Retired from state government. I have spent a lot of free time hiking and camping. Cannot hike a lot now due to health but still enjoy camping. Home Town: Cullman Alabama, a small town about halfway between Birmingham and Huntsville. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Have not used Boondockers Welcome yet but enjoy the area around Okeefenokee Swamp in Georgia, North Georgia, North Alabama. Skills or Expertise to Share: Carpentry skills, photography, computers.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 weeks ago
We stayed at Little Red on our way south, arriving there in the afternoon of new year's eve. We were a little confused at first because the building in the posting, clearly identifiable, looks like an outbuilding set back behind a farm house. It turns out that is a custom building serving as both home and shed with extended family living in the house in front. Bob met us and confirmed the obvious parking spot next to his home. Availability of water in addition to the advertised electric hookup was a nice surprise. If you travel here during wet season, be prepared to stay on the gravel paths as the ground is quite soggy. We left around 8:15 on Sunday morning as Bob was out walking his dog. Thanks, Bob, for your hospitality and God bless.
1 month ago
We had a great stay for the night. Bobby and his wife met us when we arrived and showed us were to park. They made sure we had everything we needed for a nice stay. The property had a country like setting on several acres. My wife and I loved sharing travel stories with such wonderful people. We are very appreciative of such a great couple and their grandson for letting us stay on their property. I would stay there again without hesitation.
3 months ago
Great place to stay for 2 nights while we attended a wedding in the area. Bobby was a great host and provided alot of information. Would definitely stay again in the future.
3 months ago
The host was very kind and generous! We had to arrive a bit late but he was waiting on us when we arrived! He stayed and held a flashlight so we could get set up. The stay was quiet and very nice! Beautiful place for our first ever stay!
4 months ago
This was my first BDW stay and it couldn't have been better - arrived later than I had anticipated, right at dusk but they were waiting for me to arrive and helped me get the electric hooked up. Night was peaceful and couldn't have been better. Definitely recommend. Thank you so much Bobby