OldGlory's Host Location
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Spraggs, PA
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We live off of a small country road in the foothills of the West Virginia Mountains. Mostly wooded area, small farms. Usually very quiet area. Four miles from the West Virginia border & about 1 hour from the Ohio border. We only have one 30 amp hookup available. Several 15 amp hookups. Suggested Local Attractions:We have a few tame wild animals - they are wild & free but great to see! - Coopers Rock State Park - Morgantown, WV - Wheeling, WV - Pittsburgh, PA - Many small towns to visit in our local area.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Access Road Conditions: A small country road off of the main road, we have no problem with our 38 ft. motorhome getting around to our home. There are 3 ways in and all are clear routes to our house. We have a large gravel driveway with room to turn around at least a 45 ft. motorhome or rig. There are a few sharp turns and steep hills. We are in the foothills of the West Virgina Mountains. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Lots of places to park
Hosted By OldGlory
We enjoy traveling in our motorhome - hiking - nature Details: We live in southwestern PA We are just starting to travel with our motorhome Home Town: We are located in a small town called Spraggs, PA. Very friendly area, great neighbors & community. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Have visited 4 Boondockers so far! They were great people - WI, MN, WA & IA. Skills or Expertise to Share: Carpenter, property managers
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References for this location from other RVers
1 year ago
The trip in to Old Glory was a little more than we had bargained for however even though the roads got extremely narrow it was all paved and the parking area was big and level. Sara and Levi were very welcoming and Sara is quite the baker. They had company from Arizona visiting so we did not get to spend a lot of time with them but communication was perfect. This spot must be lovely in the summer and all around delightful for smaller rigs.
1 year ago
Levi and Sarah were gracious hosts. Level gravel parking with 30 amp electric available. Levi refused payment for our electric hookup. Sarah brought us cupcakes after we were set up and again in the morning before we left. We spent a long time sitting in their gazebo talking in the evening, despite the chill in the air and an increasing stiff breeze. A left turn into their driveway (right turn departing) is more than 90 degrees, but manageable. The roads to their place are narrow, but we met no other traffic and there was plenty of clearance for our 31 ft class with the Jeep in tow.
1 year ago
We had a peaceful night the view from our camper was awesome sun set and sun rise Great host we had a good chat Thank you OldGlory's
1 year ago
First, this location is off the beaten path. But, it was well worth the drive, even in January cold. Once there the view is beautiful. And the Sara and Levi (Brice) are beyond accomidating. We could only stay one night, but had fresh warm oatmeal cookies in the evening, and fresh hot buckwheat/blueberry pancakes with real maple syrup for breakfast. I can only imagine how it is in spring, summer, and fall.
2 years ago
Very welcoming hosts and place. Spent a friendly evening sharing stories. Woke to a beautiful symphony of birds. A pleasant surprise of blueberry buckwheat pancakes arrived at my camper. This will probably be my stop in the fall as I travel back to the south. Till then,Live Peaceful in the light!