This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Williamsfield, OH
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We live on 15 acres with a 400 ft gravel driveway. It has a partly wooded area. We live on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border near a state park (Pymatuning Lake State Park) with a large lake 6 miles long and 1 mile wide. The park boasts camping, swimming, boating and fishing. Suggested Local Attractions:Besides the state park, we have Deer Park with a variety of animals and Linesville that boasts ducks that walk on the backs of the fish. There is a fish hatchery close by to Linesville, PA. There are a few bike trails within 20-30 miles.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
We would like pets on a leash and no alcohol on premises unless inside RV. We would appreciate no loud noises after midnight. Please clean-up after your pets.
Access Road Conditions: We live off a State Route with a 400 ft. gravel driveway. I think most 35 ft. RV can turn around. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: We live on 15 acres and we have space for a tow vehicle and RV to turn around. The tow vehicle would be very close to the RV, within 20 feet.
Hosted By SassyCats
Tinkers Details: My husband and I are retired educators and I enjoy quilting and my husband enjoys woodworking. We enjoy traveling nationally and internationally. Home Town: We live in a rural area on 15 acres close to the Ohio-Pennsylvania border. There is a state park and a lake nearby. Favorite Boondocking Locations: We have not used boondocking before because we just heard about it, however, we have camped from the east coast to the west coast. Skills or Expertise to Share: I enjoy quilting and my husband enjoys woodworking.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
George and Pam came out to greet us and assisted with choosing a location and explained the available water and electrical hookups (for which they don't expect and would not accept a donation). They even have a fire pit and wood available! George took me on a tour of the property and gave me some fresh tomatoes right off the vine in his garden. The place is quiet and secluded in the country, but just a short drive to Andover for groceries or convenience store items. Really a great stay! Thanks again Pam & George for your amazing hospitality.
5 months ago
Very quiet and had access to water and 30 Amp. The owners were by far very welcoming.
5 months ago
Storm came in just as I arrived a Sassycat met me in the garage out of the rain. Beautiful property would love to have hiked the trails on the land but I had a good book. Thank you John (reunion went well)
6 months ago
We so appreciated their warm hospitality and stories of their adventures. They provided a great list of interesting places to visit in the area. Their property is lovely with walking trails and they were sensitive to help with figuring out setup and turnaround planning .We enjoyed our time there very much and would absolutely go back there again.
8 months ago
Pam and George were excellent hosts. They are willing to tell you about there travel, but only if you ask which affords guests privacy. We wish we had more time to chat as they are world travelers as well as RVers. The location is great with plenty of room, water and electric if you want and plenty of quiet. Many thanks again for a much needed break!