Mulligan's Valley in the Woods.
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Oxford, MI
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are situated at the end of a private road with only 2 residences. 12+ wooded acres, with additional vacant 13+ acres to enjoy(hiking/exploring) that the neighbor allows us to use. Larger trailers will need to stay at the cul-du-sac which is private/wooded etc. Smaller trailers and/or more adventurous types can stay back in the woods. Several drivable trails and locations to camp. PLEASE, do not count on electric or water(you are welcome to fill your tank, but the distance may be too great to have active water and possibly even electrical. Generators are not welcome, but possibly in an emergency(pets in hot weather, etc). There is a fire ring out back and more wood than can ever be used. ***This is our oasis, we wish to share it with good people, PLEASE respect it and leave it better than you found it. Put out active fires, pick up trash, if you smoke cigarettes, put the butts in your garbage. Don't ruin the opportunity for others to visit*** Suggested Local Attractions:The property borders a public golf course, downtown Lake Orion or Oxford are less than 1.5 miles as is public access to All-Sports Lake Orion(the lake) as well as others in the area. Dozens of miles of hiking/biking trails within a couple miles. Bald Mountain State Park and Addison Oaks. Public beaches, paved trails, etc. Or you can just hang out and feed the turkey and deer that frequent the property.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Offleash Area for Pets
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Arrive before dark and text/call prior to arrival. It's a long private road so unexpected visitors at night receive proper scrutiny. Be respectful of the property Clean up after yourself Make sure campfires are out before you leave or go to sleep. Communication is key for everything. If you have a question, please just ask. ENJOY! We love the property and want others to appreciate the beauty of the property and surrounding areas.
Access Road Conditions: GPS will likely take you under a LOW bridge, 10' clearance. From the North: East on Drahner, South on Barr, West on Indian Lake to address. From the South: East on Flint, East on Miller, North on Conklin, West on Indian Lake to address. Once at address, we are 1/4 mi north on private road to the very end. Dirt roads for at least a mile, and rough at times. Private road is also dirt. Once at the end of the road, camping options dependant on your vehicle/trailer size. Larger vehicles will need to use the cul-du-sac(still remote, wooded and private). Smaller vehicles/trailers and adventurous types can navigate the back area in a couple spots. 12+ acres of woods/trails to explore. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Plenty of parking options for a tow vehicle. All depends on size of RV and where the RV is if the tow vehicle and be next to the RV or a short walk. Property is secluded, private and safe.
Hosted By Corchael
Outdoor Adventurers Details: We're an outdoorsy couple who love all types of vacations. Tropical to snowy winter travels. Low maintenance who value experiences over amenities. Hopes of long term RVing with a transition to more full time in the coming years. Prefer a long hike on a mountain trail to a city any day. Definite connoisseurs of quality food...and coffee. Home Town: Oxford, MI Favorite Boondocking Locations: We've been backpackers for years. We have just found our first camper and picked it up Dec 2020. 2014 Bigfoot 25b21fb. We are in the process of making it our own. Eastern UT in the Uinta Mountains would likely be our base camp when we get out west. Gorgeous, remote and not over crowded.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
There were some logistical cold weather issues we had on our end, and had to cancel our stay... we will definitely be camping with them in the spring!!
4 months ago
The area was very quiet and private. Our hosts greeted us to make sure we knew where to go and answer any questions. They gave us a hiking map of the property and we enjoyed walking the paths in their woods with our dog. In the evening we enjoyed watching the deer. Overall it is a very nice place. If we are back in the area we will definitely stay here again.
6 months ago
We needed a place to stopover for a race in the area - this spot was peaceful, quiet & the hosts were kind and helpful. We visited during the summertime so the bugs were out living their best life - the hosts sprayed the area prior to our arrival and kept us updated every bit of the way. We also enjoyed watching the deer & turkey roam about the property while we were there, too. Highly recommend!
8 months ago
I had a great evening walking the property with the hosts who were super available, and respectful of my needs and schedule. I hope to stay again to see how they enhance an already great stopover.
1 year ago
We had a most excellent stay with a gracious host making all effort to accommodate within reason of course from a guest perspective.