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Ponderosa Pine Paradise

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Chiloquin, OR

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Hosted By

Two_Solar_Nuts

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    < 35 (ft)

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    3

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    2

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    Yes

Located adjacent to the Freemont-Winema National Forest and 37 miles to Crater Lake National Park, we are nestled in a ponderosa pine forest and within walking distance to the Sprague River. Many kayaking and hiking opportunities are available close by.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Offleash Area for Pets

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House Rules

Be kind and considerate to other guests concerning noise and privacy. No Smoking. Please pack out any trash including dog poop. Campfires allowed in ring except during extreme fire risk usually July - October. We do not offer septic dump.

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Location

Our driveway is located 3/4 mile off the paved road on a well maintained two lane gravel rd. We have plenty of gravel parking for tow vehicles There is ample room for a 3 point turn around. Sprague River Road is a very well maintained two lane bypass connecting US Hwy 140 to US Hwy 97. Cell coverage is limited to Verizon towers at the site but we do offer wifi if you need it for working. GSM coverage is very spotty within a mile or two of our address.

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Gravel

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Hosted By Two_Solar_Nuts

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55-65

We are both retired or soon to be. We have a love for the beauty of Oregon and this country. We welcome you to share our corner of paradise. As RV part timers, we know saving a few dollars can extend your time on the trail and after all, that's why we own RV's. Pets are welcome. Note: We have a rambunctious German Shepard puppy. She's large, she gets into everything and she has the run of the property. She'll jump, she wants to play ball, and she'll eat your slippers if left outside. She's a handful so if you're adverse to large puppies in your space then you might want to camp somewhere else. Note: water is available in summer Note: campfire are NOT available July - October due to extreme fire danger.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    EvertsLove

    1 week ago

    The setup is great. Tucked amongst pines they also have access to some amenetirs( water, power, wifi). Great first experience with Boondockers Welcome.

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    odellfast

    3 weeks ago

    Great hosts, very accommodating with electrical and water hookups - as well as information about things to do in the local area. This place made a great base of operations to go explore the Crater Lake area. We'd love to return sometime in the future!

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    S_J_Ragland2RV

    3 weeks ago

    Beautiful place with electric if desired (small fee requested). Quiet and safe. Alisa was very nice and gave us info on many area places to see. We went to Crater Lake and the Lava Beds. We will return if back in this area sometime.

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    BASeniorAdventures

    3 weeks ago

    The gravel road has huge pot holes. Use caution. Its not peaceful like some reviewers are saying. Cars/trucks/ATV's speed down the dusty gravel road at all hours of the night. The german shepherd trampled our grandbaby, and jumped on our new truck; leaving a long scratch. Beware. We were expected to dogsit, and lure the dog back inside the gate if the hosts dog gets out during our exit. Despite the fact that we picked up after our 2 tiny dogs, we were accused of leaving 36 piles in 4 days, even though at check-in the host admitted to not picking up her dogs poop "until it dries out". This place was not what we expected. The profile picture looks like a paradise, but theres junk piled all around and the buildings/home is unkept... The worst HHBW experience, by far, that we have stayed...

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    kenweaver

    1 month ago

    Would love to stay there again. Very nice hostess. Great level spot with beautiful surroundings.

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