This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Olean, NY
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We have a more remote location next to our pond that has chairs and a fire ring that can accommodate 40 ft rig. Smaller RV's(under 30 ft) also could park in our driveway which also has a nearby fire ring and chairs. Suggested Local Attractions:Holiday Valley is ~30 minutes away. Niagra Falls is 2 hours north of us. Finger Lakes ~2 hrs east and Chatauqua Institute is 1.5 hrs west. Several state parks within a 1-2 hour drive. We are ~4 miles outside of Olean NY which is exit 26 right off I-86.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Offleash Area for Pets
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
We live out in the country because we don't like noise so generators are not welcome. No smoking on property and pets must be on leash when away from RV and not chase livestock. People are welcome to hike our property. May stay a couple days.
Access Road Conditions: Tar road to the farm; gravel road (few hundred feet) to the parking spots. We're located at the crest of a hill with the main (tar) road on front side and a seasonal dirt road on the back. Your GPS may try to take you up the back road (shortest) but that road is not appropriate for RV's. So call us for directions prior to coming to the farm. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Plenty of room on the farm.
Hosted By Farmerdoc
Retired physician (Pierre) and teacher (Lesa) who are now pastured meat farmers. Details: Since our retirement, Lesa and I have enjoyed spending winters RV-ing the southwest. We return to our farm in western NY where we do seasonal (spring to fall) pastured meat farming. Home Town: Olean NY. 70 miles south of Buffalo NY. Favorite Boondocking Locations: BLM land in New Mexico and southwestern Arizona.
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References for this location from other RVers
1 year ago
This is a true Gem. If you are traveling through the western NY area you need to stop here. We were treated very graciously upon our arrival. Wonderful to wake up to cows in the pasture overlooking a small pond. We cannot wait to come back!
Sue and Jim
1 year ago
Hosts Farmerdoc made us feel so welcome, and we enjoyed sharing stories with them around the campfire. Their property is beautiful; we had a secluded spot by the pond next to a a gorgeous, wooded hillside. We enjoyed a bike ride along the Allegheny River Valley Trail, just minutes from their place. The quaint town of Ellicottville was a half hour away, with nice eateries and shops. The closer towns of Olean and Allegheny offered much as well. We had a great time during our stay, and highly recommend this Boondockers Welcome stop.