This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Corinne, UT
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This is a private residence it is not an active farm we call it a farm because we have 5 acres. From our place, you can make day trips to places in the North around Ogden (20-30 Minute drive) Golden Spike (15 minutes away), Union Station Railroad, and Hill Aerospace. To the South around Salt Lake City(40-60 Minute drive) LDS Temple Square, This is the Place, Rio Tinto Copper Pit. Please arrive after 6:00 and before 8:00 p.m. Also, send us a message when you are about 1 to 2 hours of arriving with your ETA. No Generators, No Smoking, Do Not allow children to run wild or scream their heads off. While we welcome dogs we Do Not want to hear them, Do Not Allow your dog to bark. Keep dogs under your command. Guests are required to check out by 8:00 a.m. the next day. When leaving your RV onsite in the day please refrain from returning until after 6:00 p.m. We need to get up early and go to work, Please make arrangements to return to your RV by 8:00 p.m. Quiet time is 8:00 p.m. For Retired travelers without children, we ask that you check out by 9:00 a.m. unless other arrangements are made.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 50A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
We ask that guest arrive after 6:00 and before 8:00 pm. Also send us a message when about 1 to 2 hours of arriving with your ETA. Guest are required to leave by 8:00 am the next day. For retired travels without children this does not apply. No Generators, No Smoking do not allow children to run wild or scream their heads off. While we welcome dog we do not want to hear them, Do Not Allow your dog to bark. Keep dogs under your command.
Access Road Conditions: Gravel road with dirt at the end so it can be muddy if it rains. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: There is a large area that loops around however the road is a little rough and can be muddy if it has rained. If you do not want to disconnect the Towed Vehicle you might need an extension cord to reach the power outlet. Large Open Field
Hosted By Paul_and_Marshelle
Next life chapter, what job, leave the kids at home and hit the road. Details: My wife and I have been RVs since we have been married. We have graduated from the single cab truck with a shell to a Crew cab with a 12ft cab over and 4 children. We now have a Class C Omni motorhome. We have traveled over most of the country finding places to boondock for most of it. Over the years we have spent time in the mountain fishing, backpacking, camping(in tents outside the RV), snowmobiling, riding ATV, and 4 wheeling in the Jeep. We also do what we call RVing, traveling in our truck and camper to many of our National Parks, trail systems, history sites, and other POI. Home Town: Both my wife and I have been raised and live in Layton Utah. Favorite Boondocking Locations: We like to find Walmart, with 6 of us in a 12 ft camper we need to buy food nearly everyday. We have over the years found some nice city parks and off the main path places to stay. Skills or Expertise to Share: We have added a large enclosed deck on to our home to host parties. We like to find different ways to cook food. In our travels we find meals we like and try to make it then invite friends over to try it. We do a lot of BBQ, Dutch Oven, Smoking, and Grilling.
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References for this location from other RVers
2 days ago
Hosts were friendly and helpful. they explained the reasoning for their rules. Once they understood our objectives they relaxed the rules some.
1 week ago
Paul and Marshelles place is a working yard with landscaping equipment and a few large garages. They kindly allowed us to hook up to power and fill our tank with water. It is off the beaten path but easy to find and pretty quiet. The best part was visiting with this well travelled couple and sharing experiences with them.
3 weeks ago
Nice people. Cat a place in the shadow. Very quiet
1 month ago
Paul and Marshelle were the best! They provided an extension cord so I could plug in and we had a wonderful evening discussing Jeeps and RV solar over fresh out of the over apple pie!
4 months ago
very welcoming and generous to offer us fresh water. we hadnt realized the Golden Pike National Historical Park is only 20 mules away and it was well worth learning about it and the tremondous changes in American life that railroad produced. the mountains all around are beautiful. excellent Smiths grocery store in Brigham City. best wishes to our hosts and with their future plans.