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NorthPoint's Host Location

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Charles City, VA

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NorthPoint

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    45+ (ft)

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    1

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    4

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1/2 mile from the intercection of route 106 and wayside road. This section of Route 106 is the state road between I-64 and State route 10 off Wayside road. This property is in the woods & very private. No services since this is unbuilt land. Suggested Local Attractions:Williamsburg, Richmond, James river. There are 3 notable 1600s plantations that can be toured within 5 miles like Berkley, Shirley & Westmoreland. Near Shirley there is a nice Upper Shirley winery worth visiting for lunch. Route 5 has a nice paved off road 52 mile bicycle trail that is accesable by bike to the property. Trails runs Richmond to James town and property is in the middle.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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House Rules

Parking on gravel only Fire pit shield to be place on fire pit only after flames have died down to avoid burning holes in it. There is plenty of "loose" fire wood not on piles for you to use. Clean up after your selves and trash can is only for owner. Drive large campers clockwise around circle; suggested. If you leave late be prepared to pull up in the loop road for new arriving guests to pull in & set up. This spot is popular and we get back to back guests. Do not block road to back of property. Letting your dog run is at your own risk.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Enter only going south (as per directions) on the public road as entrance is designed that way. Good wide gravel road 300 feet on to property. There is a loop road at the end that I can easily turn my 38' 5er around on. Property is vacant 12 acres wooded except road and small clearing. A recommended one way sign is at the loop road for large RV's. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: anywhere on the gravel only. There is a lot of gravel space on the loop to account for large RV's. The gravel is hard enough not to sink even when the non gravel area is wet.

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Hosted By NorthPoint

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55-65

Engineer Details: I am an Engineer, wood worker, and I have a 5er. I have been across the country a few times. I live on the James River within a few miles of my boondocking location users are welcome to stay at. Home Town: Charles City Virginia on the James River Skills or Expertise to Share: Electrical Engineer and wood worker

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References for this location from other RVers

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    MountainViews

    2 months ago

    True Boondockers (or dry campers) will find a safe, peaceful spot at North Point. This beautifully forested property is obviously the host’s much-loved private haven and we are all fortunate he is so unselfish in his willingness to shares it with the rest of us. He has obviously spent a considerable, personal sum in purchasing , transporting and spreading a great deal of stone to create a long, pull thru loop where guests can spread out and park pretty much anywhere they choose (on the gravel of course). Our gps easily found the property and we found a dead level spot to set up. Our Verizon hotspot got full service. It poured the night we came, but there were no mud or ruts on the loop in the morning. The sun came out and our pups loved the opportunity to romp and roll after many days on the road. So did we! As the profile clearly states, power and water are not offered. Since we aren’t into expensive, private campgrounds, but rather Boondockers Welcome people, we enjoy taking it as it comes and we try to truly appreciate the fact that total strangers have opened their private property for us to use, while expecting absolutely nothing in return. Our host did a great job with communications. He gave us a heads up that he would visit the site in the early evening, which he did, just to be sure all was well for us. His stay was brief, friendly and most welcome. When it got chilly, we simply turned on our propane heater and generator (which we were grateful is allowed) and we were snug as can be. Our next stop was a state park that has a 4pm check in. NorthPoint had no one coming behind us and he most generously suggested we stay as long as needed the next morning. Although we didn’t have time, there is a paved bike trail in the area that looks like it would be loads of fun. Thank you North Point, for you generosity in allowing us to camp on your land!

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    UnguSC73

    2 months ago

    We stayed several nights here and barely spent any time at our rig. We loved the location’s proximity to so many historic sites. It was a bit unclear where to park and it felt like we were oversized for the turns. But the security from the access gate and the privacy are unmatched! If you’re longer than 40’, making the turn into the drive and around the bend are likely to be very difficult. We made it, barely. Had a decent view of the sky for starlink, but we had to run the generator as we couldn’t get enough sun for the solar batteries to keep up. Thankful for the location and the price is the best!

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    McVentures

    2 months ago

    This was perfect for us as we were passing through and needed a place to stay. We had great communication and they were accommodating to our larger rig. It didn't feel like a place to stay and camp with kids for a long time, but very helpful for us along our journey, for sure.

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    DaveNKimWidrick

    3 months ago

    We enjoyed our time here at North Point Location. Was behind a locked gate in a very wooded setting. My husband visited with the host at his own little shakedown street. Enjoyed walking around with our dog and really enjoyed the peace and quiet at night. We will definitely be back.

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    WormsteadNationwide

    3 months ago

    The location was beautiful, secluded on a country road. The host was very nice, hung out while we were there on occasion as he has some construction going on on the property. The host enjoyed listening to loud music while he was there- so if you don't mind 80s rock, it's not so bad. However, I can't recommend the location. Starting around 8pm every night we were there, the dogs on the next lot would not stop barking (and it's a whole pack!). In addition, the neighbors party into the late hours, shoot guns, and drive their vehicles with a loud bass at all hours. We didn't feel entirely safe.

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