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Reflections

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Scottsburg, IN

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Hosted By

SharonandTodd

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(NOTE: WE ONLY BOOK TWO WEEKS OUT) Secluded 26 acres with a pond. Close to Louisville, Ky (29 miles) We have an outside shower house with hot water and changing area that can be used if needed when the temp is above freezing. Our Boondockers have enjoyed it. We also have an outhouse with a running water/sink and a flush toilet. (of course not in freezing weather) We do have a place for a campfire and guests are very welcome to use it. We do not have a fenced-in area for dogs, but if you want to let them run, that's up to you. (note Sharon is allergic) We do have well water we cook and bathe with, but we do not usually drink it. You are welcome to fill your tank but do not leave it hooked up. If you are needing an overnight stay on the way to your destination, we will be glad to accommodate you. We do not allow generators since we do offer electricity. Be respectful with the use of Electric. Do not leave your air running when you are not in your camper or the door open with the air running. $10 donation for those hooking up to electricity. Venmo: @SharonStewart18 PayPal: [email protected] Internet: At the house and Dock There are two Wifi networks 5GHz (faster) and 2.4 GHz (longer reach) Reflections Password Reflections. The router at the garage is open with no password. Suggested Local Attractions: Madison, Clifty Falls, Spring Mill, Indiana. In Louisville Ky: Kentucky Derby, Thunder Over Louisville, etc. Big Four Walking Bridge over Ohio in Jeffersonville, IN or Ky side. Walk or bike across. Bike trails Louisville Loop, Parklands of Floyd Forks bike trails, Ohio River Greenway starting in Jeffersonville to New Albany or Clarksville, IN. Indy 500. Knobstone Trail (48-mile rugged hiking trail only 5 miles away) Medora Covered Bridge has the longest covered bridge in the US, (30 miles away) and many many more.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Electric Hookup: 30A

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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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House Rules

Pets are great but note Sharon is allergic. Don't stress about pet waste kindly toss it in the bushes where we won't step in it. Keep on a leash (unless you can trust them to not run away), NO SMOKING on the property. There is new high-speed fiber-optic internet. We are both fully vaccinated! We enjoy socializing but are still socially distancing. We like talking at the dock or around a campfire. There are many places for kids to roam and have fun but please stay with them. There are several trails to stretch your legs. Take trash with you as we have to pay for every bag we dispose of. Safe Travels and hope to meet you soon.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: LOOK FOR ORANGE CONE AT THE END OF OUR DRIVE! Our drive is a half-mile gravel lane with a slight incline at the entrance, this could cause problems with longer rigs hitting. We have 'hosted a 40' class A with a flat tow, and a 40' gooseneck. The 40' gooseneck seemed to rub lightly coming in. You will have to judge your driving/backing skills. It has been done with long vehicles. You should use the oncoming traffic lane to turn into the drive. If needed cheat over on the grass by the cone/mailbox. Owners do need to watch for low limbs when going down the drive. Use caution when going around the dam. When we have snow, it is extremely hard to get down the lane and reservations may have to cancel. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Parking will not be a problem, but turning around might when towing. Might want to unhook. A tow vehicle can be parked anywhere in the drive. Do not block other vehicles. The drive is a gravel lane and winter weather can cause problems, esp if there is snow. Park in between the orange cones in front of the garage double doors and you will be level.

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host Profile

Hosted By SharonandTodd

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55-65

Retired couple living in the country. Details: Sharon, a retired school teacher, and Todd a retired funeral director and contractor: both enjoy hosting house concerts, biking, hiking, and traveling when they can. Their home sits on 26 secluded acres with a small pond in front of the house. In warmer weather, there is an outside hot shower and flush toilet you are welcome to use. This is the perfect getaway for anyone traveling. We have a 30 amp hookup for a requested $10 a night. Please do not plug up if you do not plan to give this donation. We have had far too many people running their air continuously and not offering to pay anything. We have water but be aware it is well water. Home Town: Scottsburg, Indiana Favorite Boondocking Locations: We have only boondocked a few places but look forward to more when we are out of the pandemic. Skills or Expertise to Share: Todd has hiked the 58 mile KT (Knobstone Trail) which is only five miles away and can provide details about current trail conditions. Knowledge of Louisville, Ky, and popular places to visit.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    ScottyP71

    2 weeks ago

    Todd and his wife were so helpful and accommodating in our stay that it made this trip start off perfect! Would love to visit again someday!

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    fredanne

    4 weeks ago

    Another great Boondockers Welcome stay! It was a beautiful and quiet setting. The Hosts were very accommodating and fun to chat with. We really appreciated the use of electricity and water for the small fee! We will definitely be back and hopefully next time make use of the nearby hiking trails.

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    LeaMadison

    1 month ago

    What a great property and wonderful people! This was my 1st overnight stay in the van, Sharon and Todd were wecloming to me and my dog. Any unease by either of us disapated immediately. The pup found her way into the pond, no problem at all as a warm shower, shampoo and towel were provided within minutes. Also received photos and a video of me leaving, nice touch for my first adventure. Any time I’m in the area I would hope to stay here again. Thank you!

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    HarptoHeart

    2 months ago

    Reflections was the most beautiful and welcoming place I have stayed. The location itself is stunning, quiet and so restful. Sharon and Todd were the best hosts, warm, helpful and fun. I will definitely be back if my journey brings me this way again.

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    SwedishBlonde

    2 months ago

    What an amazing location. Views for the pond from our Rv, with the moon's shadow glistening in the pond. The owner has put in various coloured lights in the forest that are beautiful and night and the colours bounce off the water in the pond. It was too cold to do some hiking but we will have to come back when the weather is better. Very friendly hosts, spent a few hours huddled around 2 propane campfires drinking hot chocolate and found that we felt we were talking to old friends. Since there was a very cold spell we were not able to enjoy the outdoor shower or outhouse. Maybe next time when the weather is warmer. Thank you for sharing your amazing location.

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