So Called Shoreside
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Rome, OH
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This spot is on our gravel driveway between our home and garage. It's about 75' from the road. You are welcome to hook up to our water and electric, which is 30 amp service. We do ask that you contribute $5 per night. If you are traditional boondocking with no hook-ups then no charge. Dump location is conveniently located at no charge. Dumpster is also available for your use. We do not have a fenced area for your dog, so please keep them leashed. Although the lake is a few doors down, membership is required for use. The views are free though! Best way to communicate with me is via text message. Suggested Local Attractions:Greenway Trail (for walking or bicycling) - 1 mile Wineries 15 to 30 miles Lake Erie - 20 miles I-90 - 12 miles Pymatuning lake - 22 miles Rock n Roll Hall of Fame - 55 miles Cuyahoga Valley National Park - 65 miles Here's a link to the Ashtabula County visitors guide: https://digitaleditions.glpublishing.com/ashtabulacountytg2020/ And here's a link for the Grand River Conservation Campus just down the road: https://www.nature.org/en-us/get-involved/how-to-help/places-we-protect/grand-river-conservation-campus/?tab_q=tab_container-tab_element_1882803888 If you would like to take a 30 minute drive to tAmish country, here's the map: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A88703c50-9440-425b-b4f8-3bbc82054011#pageNum=1
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
RV Dump Station
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Quiet time begins at 10pm weekdays and midnight on the weekend. No smoking, except at the fire pit. At this time we are unable to accept large dogs. My little dog was attacked and we are working with him on his trauma issues. Dogs must be leashed.
Access Road Conditions: Easy turnaround Tow Vehicle Parking Details: In the driveway
Hosted By When_in_Rome
Small business owners who enjoy RVing. Details: We have been enjoying our RV for three years and have decided to become BW hosts to let others enjoy our little piece of heaven. We have 5 acres with 2 full hook up spots. Home Town: Rome, Ohio is a small town in Ashtabula county. There are actually 2 Rome Townships in Ohio, so look for zip code 44085. The 43 mile long Western Reserve Greenway Trail is just a mile down the road. Bring your bikes, walking shoes and camera. The Grand River Valley wine country is about 15 minutes away. Ashtabula county has approximately 25 wineries. Lake Erie is 30 minutes north with Geneva on the Lake as the summer tourist spot. Ashtabula county is also home to 19 covered bridges. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Skills or Expertise to Share: Plumbing
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
This was our first stay with Boondockers Welcome and it couldn't have been better. Our hosts were amazingly helpful and friendly, and you can't beat optional full hookups! A family of deer were hanging around throughout our time there, and everything was as good as it could have been. Visited the "Observatory Park" Dark Sky Park, which was our reason for coming to the area. HIGHLY recommended.
7 months ago
We so enjoyed our stay at So Called Seashore! We loved the hosts, friendly and helpful. Gave out a nice flyer with lots of info about the area. We visited several of the covered bridges and Lake Shore Park in Ashtabula, OH to visit Lake Erie. Just beautiful! Thanks for the 2 night stay and the full hookups!!
1 year ago
They provide very easy ingress/egress, a full hook-up (w/e/d) conveniently located next to your RV. It’s a quiet private lake setting with little traffic and no noise. I’ve met several great hosts but no one more friendly and generous with their facility than these. I highly recommend J & S as marvelous hosts.
1 year ago
What a wonderfully quiet spot with amazing hosts. Thank you for hosting.
1 year ago
Thanks for the great place to stop and visit a little bit, and I hope we cross paths again.