This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Mount Airy, MD
Max Rig Size
Same Day Requests
As we are a working farm, pets MUST be on leash and children MUST be supervised. We are on 19 acres, much of it is wooded. Your parking space is a little ways away from our house. You can connect to our water via a very long hose. We are always happy to have some extra help around here, please let us know if you are willing/able.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Pets MUST be on leashes and children MUST be supervised at all times. Would prefer you not run generators after 10pm.
Access Road Conditions: You must be able to REVERSE down a long drive in order to get out. Main gravel driveway leads to another gravel driveway, access is a little hilly, final space is flat though. NO turn around at final space. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: You can disconnect tow vehicle and park in main driveway before pulling into RV space.
Hosted By happy_moon
organic homesteaders, educators, and environmentalists Details: We live on a quiet small farm/homestead with a variety of animals, conveniently located a little over and hour drive to DC & Baltimore.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
2 years ago
Location is exactly as described (very accurate description) but I have to say that getting to the end of the lane in our 38' Class A was a bit challenging. Very tight. The turn off from the road into their driveway was tight with an immediate drop down. Then going up the lane we hit a number of branches from low hanging trees. There is essentially no cell or internet service here, though the hosts offered to share theirs if we had parked closer to their home. However! Once in place we had complete privacy and total seclusion. We were all by ourselves in lovely Maryland rural countryside. And the hosts were amazing, Extremely friendly and helpful. Thank you for sharing your property! One suggestion for access - Google maps directs you up from rte 144 (Old National Pike) up Detrick Road to Old Annapolis Rd. Strongly suggest that any with larger rigs DO NOT take Detrick Road - gets very narrow, tight turns and short steep hills. Instead - come North up Rte 75 from I-70 to Old Annapolis Road. Not too much longer but much easier to navigate. Thanks again to very friendly hosts!