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Ron and Tina's Woods

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Chalfont, PA

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    < 30 (ft)

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Located on 20 acres, large fields behind house. Country setting close to PA Turnpike and just minutes from numerous shopping and dining options. 2 miles from Train Station, 45 minute ride into Philadelphia. Parking out back in field. We'll direct you when you arrive - there is an active grass runway. If field is wet, option to park in driveway near house. Suggested Local Attractions:Several State and County Parks within 10-30 minutes. Dorney amusement park near Allentown about 45 minutes. County seat of Doylestown has many historic buildings including Mercer's Fonthill Castle, Moravian Tile Works and the Mercer Museum. Pearl S. Buck House, and much more.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 15A

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Offleash Area for Pets

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House Rules

No smoking on property. Please pick up after pets. No generators after 10 pm.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Tree lined secondary road with tight turn into driveway with slight dip. We regularly exit and enter our drive with our 26 foot Sprinter Class A with Toad attached. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: In paved parking area off of driveway or out back in field.

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Hosted By Ron-n-Tina

Age:

65+

Outdoor enthusiasts Details: We enjoy being outdoors and exploring new places. We hike, bicycle and photograph. Home Town: Chalfont, PA Favorite Boondocking Locations: National Forests

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References for this location from other RVers

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    MarthaW

    2 months ago

    Very nice and considerate hosts. I had a flat tire which was spotted by my hosts when I first pulled in and actually ended up limping my van to a nearby repair shop so didn’t get the chance to actually spend the night because the shop couldn’t do the work until the next morning. Next time I’m in the area I’ll definitely stay at Ron and Tin’a Woods.

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    Kelonwheels

    3 months ago

    Enjoyed hiking with Tina and Ron and seeing a Harrier falcon.

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    2CrazyWheels

    6 months ago

    We had a lovely two-night stay in this beautiful place. Ron and Tina were the most amazing hosts, and we enjoyed the conversation very much. Wish we could have stayed longer, will stay again if in the area. Thanks again!!

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    MatinaJan

    6 months ago

    We ended our roadtrip from Florida to NewYork and had a last night at Tina's and Ron's place. We stayed on the field next to the red barn and enjoyed the sunset together with our hosts and a glass of wine. We slept very well and very quiet. Thanks again.

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    Jesse_Lupo

    7 months ago

    We love quiet, rural places (like our home) and this was it! Ron and Tina are amazing people. So helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. The little dip in the 'bridge' on the property is the only thing to be aware of there. We have a 27' 5th wheel hauled by a Dodge 2500 and we just went slow. We had no issues. Lawn parking was pretty level. They offered electric hookup which was amazing since we were there during a heat wave. We even saw a deer on the edge of the woods one evening and a ground hog on 2 mornings. We took the rail into Phily. Very easy commute. 1 note, be aware of bridges crossing from NJ to PA. Some are really narrow and we ending up in a slight 'accident' on one of them because 2 wider (but still road legal) vehicles don't fit. We will definately stay again if in the area!

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