Nith Valley Waypoint
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in New Hamburg, ON
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
In the small village of Haysville, Ontario, with access to the river and a walking trail. Deer, Eagle and Blue Heron sightings are common. Suggested Local Attractions:Stratford Festival during the summer months, Mennonite Relief Sale in the spring. Moparfest in August. Also the town of New Hamburg has a large working waterwheel and dam. One upscale restaurant, and several family restaurants. Nearby village of Baden is home to historic EJ's pub.....they have wings to die for, also the home of Kilbride Castle.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Offleash Area for Pets
Walking only on trail. No garbage or cigarette butts. Quiet after 10 pm.
Access Road Conditions: Good access to location. Small relatively steep hill to access site. On grassy area which can be tricky when ground is wet. Alternate parking available on street in front of house. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Park with your camper or you can use our driveway.
Hosted By CandD
Retired, part-time RVer's Details: Retired and now part-time RVers. Live in the country and love to travel, but love the home life too. Home Town: New Hamburg, Ontario Favorite Boondocking Locations: Anywhere you can see water, most recently, Rockwood Farm near Bancroft, Ontario. Update: After owning this camper for only five months, we have enjoyed spending many nights along the coast of Lake Huron, both Canadian and Stateside. Update May 2021: Have been coast to coast in the last three years. Too many amazing locations to list. Skills or Expertise to Share: Don is a retired college professor, millwright, machinist and handyman. Connie is a retired administrative assistant at a local university.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 year ago
Large spacious area with large shade trees. Awesome trails that follow the Nith River with wildlife or just taking your dog out for a nice run. Large firepit with supplied wood for a relaxing evening. Connie and Don were great hosts and we had a nice chat about past experiences and future plans. Hopefully our paths cross again.
1 year ago
CandD invited us to stay and were very welcoming. We had a great time and went for quiet walks in this lovely rural community. Very peaceful and spacious property. We would definitely visit again. Thanks! 😊
4 years ago
Don & Connie were the most welcoming friendly hosts and the location on their property beautiful and serene. A lovely meadow close to the road (not too much traffic by our standards) with trees surrounding and a path down to a river. Hope to cross paths again with them in the future!