This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Terre Haute, IN
Max Rig Size
< 20 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Just a driveway of a small farm. Suggested Local Attractions:Swope Art Museum, great state parks, Amish communities. I live way out of town. There is not a lot to do, LOL.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 15A
Offleash Area for Pets
I am a friendly site and love to have new people and make new friends, but from experience, I have a few rules. No smoking or drugs, no hunting on my property, all pets on leash except with permission (is very possible! Please ask!). No loud music. Short stays only. Must leave the place as nice as you found it. No generators. My dogs are working dogs and one of them does not play with children very well. He does play frisbeefrisbee with older children and is a friendly and loving pup - he works as a SAR dog.
Access Road Conditions: Country blacktop. Straight roads. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: It is dicey, but you could park it along the road, if that is ok with you. It is a quiet country road. If it is dry, there is a field right be the cement driveway you can park in.
Hosted By Drmentzer
University instructor Details: I have a small farm in the country and have two English Shepherd dogs and goats. I am faculty and teach at the local college. I restored a tiny farm house from the mid1800s, and spend my spare time traveling in my Casita trailer or working on the farm. Home Town: Terre Haute IN Favorite Boondocking Locations: Just a newbie. I hope to add some in the next couple years! Skills or Expertise to Share: I am a newbie - ask me later!
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
Thanks Michelle for a great stay! I had a rough day on the road and getting to Skunkspit Farm, sitting around the fire with a beer and great conversation was just the ticket. Walked the farm, met the goats, watched Bonez & Grace do some herding and frisbee catching, the next day. Got to see the tiny guest house which is beautiful. This farm has an amazing mission and I can’t wait to come back!!
4 months ago
Needed a place to stay for the night. Made new friends, human and canine. Eleven acres of woods and field. We had a chance to stretch our legs, throw frisbee for the dogs, visit with the chickens and goats and great conversation around a fire. Truly a wonderful spot.
5 months ago
The could not have been a better over night stop. The host was as interesting and interested. We talked about travel in RVs and world travel. Played Frisbee with Bones, when Gracy didn't intercept first. We would go out of way to visit again.we were pulling a 17' Casita so we never have any parking issue.
6 months ago
Michelle greeted us when we arrived and right away said she thought we would not want to park on her driveway because of the smell of a dead raccoon - true story! : ) She gave us several options where to park and we made our choice and had a nice and peaceful evening. We talked quite a bit and she has a very interesting background and we really hit it off. We will, for sure, be back and next time make sure to stay long enough to have some coffee together in the morning before we leave. A great host and a beautiful property. Boom!
8 months ago
i think i reviewed before but new update making it difficult to know. great stay and highly recommend