This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Harriman, TN
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Covered RV pad in safe rural area. Grass area for relaxing and grilling. Off I40 south of Knoxville east of Crossville. Lots of small towns for visiting.
Vehicle Suitability Information
RV Dump Station
Electric Hookup: 30A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking. No large dogs.
Driveway is a steep cement drive with lots of room at the top to maneuver safely. Private covered pad in a tree setting.
Hosted By Willie83
We are 50% retired and enjoy a variety of travel activities. Quiet evenings with a glass of wine. Outdoor activities. Hiking. Biking. Touring small towns historical sites. Always in search of a quilt shop. We have a small 10lb well behaved dog.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 week ago
We will definitely be back again. We love Eastern Tennessee and BW hosts in the area are wonderful. We arrived right before the tornado outbreak hit the south. We were headed west to middle Tennessee but were concerned about driving into the system. So, we decided Knoxville would be the safest place to stay until it passed. When we arrived, they greeted us to make sure we were taken care of and to show us their amenities. Hill is a bit steep but we have a huge engine so it wasn't a big deal for us. We have a 26' Class C. The covered space was very easy to back into, just fold your mirrors in first. It was super quiet and their property is gorgeous. Marilyn was wonderful with communications any time I had a question, which followed the next morning. The next morning, the system still hadn't hit so we asked if she knew of a place close by where we could take shelter. She was so precious and said no one had booked and we were welcome to stay an extra day. Neither of us are the types who like to impose. But, when we saw the system was strengthening, we decided to take them up on their offer. I don't know what would have happened if we would have left that day. They may have saved our lives, as wel all know, the outbreak was devastating. Their property is neatly tucked into a hillside so when the storms went through, we felt confident we were safe from the high winds and tornadoes, and that's how it turned out. Some wind but being under the shelter and next to their garage, it sheltered us well. Eternally grateful. Looking forward to seeing them on our way back to the east coast later this year and hopefully in much better weather conditions. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you both so much.
3 months ago
Request to stay was accepted within a few mins and on the same day as the stay. Which is great. Wish more hosts would do same day requests - but this was perfect. A lovely area with plenty of hiking. Their place is quiet and private. Would love to stay there again next time passing through. Thank you 10/10
3 months ago
10/6/2022 fun campfire visit by CelNArt of San Diego. Try NOT to arrive during rush hour Knoxville traffic! 10 minutes from I40 on tight residential roads. 1/8 mile STEEP drive to a large concrete parking at the top. Marilyn and Brad had an awesome campfire where we shared stories. I made friends with Marley (large white dog) and Tippy (small dog). Very quiet except for acorns dropping! Set up under camper port with Water, Sewer and Electricity. Great camp experience.
3 months ago
Super nice and friendly folks. Would love to stay again if passing through that way.
4 months ago
“There are no shortcuts to a place worth going” -Beverly Sills. Once you get to the top there’s all kinds of room! And the company- outstanding. Thanks to our hosts for having a chat and sharing anecdotes (Berkey 😀). All in all another safe and comfortable stay with folks we’d love to meet out on the road. Give a holler when you’re in FL!