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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Newton, NH

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SomeDayCameEarly

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    45+ (ft)

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    2

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    3

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    Yes

Grassy area near a paved road and close to the railroad tracks, small general store and a pretty good pizza place! We live here full time in our 40' coach. Suggested Local Attractions:We are located near the beach, Boston and Maine and of course the mountains of NH.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Offleash Area for Pets

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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

enjoy your selves and if you need anything please let me know.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: paved rural road Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Tow vehicles can be parked in front of your rig depending on the size of your rig. Plenty of parking alongside of our shop building.

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Hosted By SomeDayCameEarly

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55-65

We are normally home in New Hampshire for the summer. I enjoy gardening and preparing meals with my hubby especially if we are entertaining friends. Details: We enjoy time spent with family and friends, cooking and of course traveling. We bought our rig in March of 2017 and have been full timing since August of 2017. In our travels we have met so many great people and made many new friends around the country. Home Town: Newton NH Favorite Boondocking Locations: Catskill Mountains,NY Skills or Expertise to Share: We both love to cook ( and eat! ). Lots of travel stories and great places to share. Axel is a jack of all trades and can fix just about anything that gets thrown at him. We are in a great location accessible to many great places Maine to Massachusetts. Trips to Boston via train 1o minutes away. Local restaurants are plentiful and many excellent choices are nearby.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    RickMcLain

    3 months ago

    Bev herself was packing up for a trip but still welcomed us to come. We arrived a bit early and she was out. We called her and she came straight back to show us where we could park. We enjoyed a quiet evening on a dead end street, watching the trains go by and had a tasty dinner at the pizza restaurant across the street. Thank you Bev for hosting us.

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    Marcmelanie311000

    3 months ago

    We spent 3 nights there. it was a good time. Jim and Beverly are very friendly hosts. They are listening and will always be there to help you. they even took the time to chat with us despite the language barrier.

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    WhyInTheRoad

    3 months ago

    Bev was a very welcoming Host and we greatly appreciated being able to stay with her while we explored some of our family heritage in the area. Note: there are Amtrack trains that go through close to spot but we found that interesting. They did not run during the night that we noticed.

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    PATTYWAGONGIRL

    3 months ago

    We enjoyed a very nice 3 night stop here. Level gravel parking. Bev was a great hostess, sharing a spot by her gas fire pit in the evenings and chatting over a glass of wine. Her location is close to the cute village of Concord and Minuteman Park, very historic and worth a visit to the nice visitor center for an overview, followed by short drive to numerous historic spots. We also visited Lexington and the memorial park which highlights the hallowed ground of a revolutionary War incident. Walked the road Paul Revere rode to warn colonial militia of the British soldiers coming! Great parking spot with access to electric and wwater.

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    DawgHausII

    3 months ago

    Bev was so accomodating and friendly! 5 stars for her generosity. There is room for 2 rigs there and she has 30 amp electric available and water. There is also sewer of you really need it. Our dogs were able to run off leash but only because they won't run away. My husband was able to help Bev out with her RV too, so it was a symbiotic relationship!

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