This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Milford, IN
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Small 5 acre rural property with a creek running through it. Parking on gravel driveway or weather permitting in grass area. Electric available, but will need approx 40'-50' of cord. Backing up will be required for larger rigs. I will try to accommodate same day notice, but please don't contact later than 8 PM. Suggested Local Attractions:We are located near Elkhart, IN the RV capital of the world. The Barns (formally known as Amish Acres) in Nappanee, IN. A little further away is the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, IN Shipshewana, IN
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 50A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
Children are welcome but must be supervised, there is some farm equipment and buildings that are off limits and the creek always has water and there is no fence to restrict accidental contact. Well behaved pets are welcome, Off leash is OK, THERE ARE NO FENCES to contain them.
Access Road Conditions: Large rigs or trailers should approach from the west. The driveway is at an angle to the road, and making the turn from the other direction you will be in the grass which might be soft at times. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: next to rig
Hosted By scott332
Trying to enjoy time outdoors at home or while traveling. Details: I work in the RV industry and am converting an old Greyhound bus into our motor home. My wife also works for the RV industry. We travel most weekends during the spring through fall, and try to get in a long trip in July. We are raising one of our grandsons who is full of energy. Home Town: Milford, IN Skills or Expertise to Share: I am building my own motor home from a retired bus, having done most of the work myself, I have a handle on most RV systems.
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References for this location from other RVers
2 months ago
The view from this host site or wonderful.
3 months ago
Scott was a great host and we enjoyed our stay while in the area to visit the Newmar factory. We had a bit of snow and even lost power in the area, but he was quick to keep us posted. Only downside is the rail traffic a half mile north, which is not so loud, but regular. Parking on grass near one of the barns. NOTE: Several of the RR crossings in the area on the county roads are steep and could present issues for low clearance rigs. We made it fine but consider your route carefully.
3 months ago
Very relaxing setting. Good directions, easy in/out and parking. Would stay here again.
4 months ago
Our stay at Milford was very comfortable. Easy access and lots of room to turn around our 19’ trailer. One electric hookup with longer cord, but we had no trouble reaching by parking close to host vehicles. The kitties were super friendly, almost too friendly as we couldn’t get in and out of our trailer since they sat on our step and we’re not scared off by our dog or us. Cute tho.
4 months ago
Scott was a very good host. Enjoyed their dog and grandson. A very welcoming [email protected]