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Olde Farm

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Lincoln, NE

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Olde.Farm

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 30 (ft)

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    2

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Olde Farm is located just outside Lincoln, NE. Our farmhouse was built around 1912, originally on 160 acres, then scaled down to the existing 5 acres which is part country with farmland across the road, part 3-acre beautiful homesites. We are not in the middle of nowhere, but it’s still generally quiet. We’re about a mile from a nice lake, and 10 minutes to restaurants and shopping. Paved roads, easy access. Hang out in our corn crib pavilion, fire up the tractor rim fire pit, or take a stroll around the perimeter of our land. if you want to get away from it all, this probably isn’t your best option. If you want a taste of country in a convenient and safe location, you won’t go wrong.

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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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Electric Hookup: 15A

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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House Rules

At this time, we have only one rule. We ask that you stay in a way that will make us happy to welcome you back!

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Location

We might be able to park a larger rig, but there is a short steep spot in our driveway. Check us out on Google maps street view, and we’ll let you decide. We have had a 30+ footer with no problem. Some leveling will be required, and if it’s not wet, there are many options for parking on the grass. Turnarounds are no problem when it’s dry, but may be a bit tight (but doable) when wet. Quiet generators are fine, but louder ones could be problematic. We will do our best to make certain you are comfortable.

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Gravel

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Hosted By Olde.Farm

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55-65

Steve and Colleen have enjoyed camping in anything from a pop-up to their restored 1958 Silver Streak Jet or 1969 Airstream that were both eventually sold. While we don't have an RV right now, our 5 acre plot of land keeps us busy. Steve generally works from home in the field of Project Management and technology, also ironically, writing email and web copy for a couple of RV Resorts! Colleen is a substitute teacher. We enjoy gardening and caring for our 1912 farmhouse. For you Husker fans out there, the famous script Husker logo was created right here in the room that is currently my office. Search online for "Win Mumma" and you'll find some fun history! While the paperwork says we are owners, we feel we are more stewards of this house and land. We get great satisfaction out of letting others, like you, enjoy it as well. It's a special place!

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Milsil6689

    2 months ago

    We stayed here while visiting family in Lincoln. it was a great solution for us as we were only there for the nights. We appreciated our hosts leaving lights on for us at night, as it is dark on those country roads. Thanks!

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    BobandLindaElliott

    3 months ago

    We enjoyed our 1st stay at this Boondockers Welcome host. Steve communicated with us ahead of time and gave us suggestions on places to see and greeted us when we arrived and helped us pick out a spot to park which was in a quiet mostly level spot behind the garage where the electric was accessible. We sat inside their house and met Steve's wife, Colleen, and his mother. They gave us some fresh eggs, a melon and some tomatoes to take with us. It was a great stay and very convenient for touring Lincoln, NE. We would definitely stay there again.

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    DrAronson

    3 months ago

    Steve greeted us and showed us the many options, and helped us choose the best place to park our camper. He allowed us to hook up to his electricity. We chatted easily, and he gave us fresh eggs. It was mid October, and a hard frost was coming, Steve and I picked a big bag of semi-ripe tomatoes for me to take home, that would have been lost in the frost. The property is quiet, my husband and I both slept soundly.

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    lebcogrl2

    3 months ago

    This was our first stay with the Boondockers' Welcome/Harvest Host program. Steve and Colleen gave us some great suggestions for our 2 night stay in Lincoln, Nebraska. They shared farm fresh eggs, tomatoes and "mouse" melons. All delicious. We loved Lincoln. Beautiful capitol, Speedway Museum is very interesting (enjoyed a car show there too). Steve recommended the Runza restaurant (which features the state sandwich Runza) which was wonderful. Would return to these wonderful hosts.

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    rachelacoates

    4 months ago

    We’re so grateful we were able to stay at the Olde Farm on our way through Nebraska. Steve and Colleen were gracious and accommodating. They gave us a tour of the land, shared some delicious farm fresh produce, and told us some very cool stories about their home/property’s history. A great stop!

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