Piney Woods at Lake Creek
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Palestine, TX
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Enjoy a quiet stay on a blacktop road 10 miles from the home of the Dogwood Trails in Palestine, Tx. A mile and a half up the road is an unincorporated town, Montalba, that has an awesome Mexican Restaurant, a crawfish and seafood place (when in season) and some pretty good hamburgers at the local gas station. There is also Lake Creek Blueberry Farm open when the blueberries are ripe! The Texas State Railroad is about 15 miles away. Palestine is an old railroad town that has the Dogwood Trails in the spring and the Hot Pepper Festival in the fall. There is a farmer’s market, a beautiful Catholic Church and Main Street among many other old buildings and scenery. Palestine has many restaurants and fast food as well as Super Walmart, Brookshire’s, and Krogers.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Our house rules are: No smoking. No drugs or marijuana! No visitors. You must follow the “No Burn Ban” if it’s in effect. To protect your RV against power surges, you need to use a voltage protector as we do not guarantee any protection against power surges. If you have pets, they must be on a leash, we have 3 labs but they do not run outside of our fenced backyard. Clean up after yourself and take your trash with you. Enjoy your time here!!!
Two areas between my home and barn on grass/dirt and fairly level. A large place to turn around and back in. The entrance is over a cattle guard and up a blacktop driveway about 500 ft long and to the left of my home. There is room for vehicle parking as well as a boat if your pulling one.
Hosted By Martha_Richard
Richard and I are from the East Texas area of Palestine. We have been married since 2011 but have been lifelong friends. I have three adult children and Richard has two. Ask us how we got together in our later years! We love traveling, especially to Colorado to beat the Texas heat! But we usually keep my grandson during summer break and stay home. But as soon as he's back in school, off we go! I retired from 23 years of teaching in 2015. I love to garden in my raised beds and I have a quilting business where I really stay busy in the fall. I am also the church secretary at our cowboy church! Richard retired from being a foreman of a ranch in the same year, and his hobby now is bee keeping. He also does woodworking. and he takes care of the facility and grounds of our church. We pull a travel trailer and have a camper on our truck so we take our three labs with us. They are not any trouble and we keep them on leases when they are outside of the truck camper. We would love to meet you and hear your traveling and camping stories!