This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Wroxeter, ON
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We live in a farming community surrounded by Mennonite Families that still farm with horses and no electricity nor telephones. We are 2 miles from a paved road but we have a good wide gravel road Suggested Local Attractions:Some walking trails near by. Farmers market with local produce. Maitland river kayaking.near by.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 50A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Leave it as you found it. Thanks
Access Road Conditions: Use Howick Township as city in GPS and not Wroxeter for way finding Good road conditions to farm, gravel road. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Can stay with motorhome, or unhook and park separately. We own a farm, so there is plenty of room and space
Hosted By Staffhaven
We have been RVing for over 10 years. Love to travel anywhere. Details: We have toured Australia and New Zealand by RV and also 5 countries in South Africa by RV. We have spent 3 months and 5000 miles touring around in Mexico and may miles across Canada and the USA. We are willing to share our travel videos if interested. We are semi retired and still cash cropping wheat, corn and soybeans in south western Ontario. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Lake Havasu Area, Alaska, Quartzsite , Northern Ontario, Skills or Expertise to Share: Jack of all trades. We do a lot of videoing of our trips and put them on DVD to show other travelers
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 month ago
We had a wonderful time at Staffhaven Farm. The hosts John and Betty were most gracious. They were very helpful with information about the area. We were very comfortable with the farm life, coming from that sort of life ourselves. We found their deer herd interesting. Would like to know more about it. It's a very quiet place to stay. The clip clop of horse hooves pulling carriages being the loudest vehicle along the road. This couple is a wealth of knowledge on travel, as they have been all over the world r.v.-ing. We found new friends in them and will stay there again next time we are in that area.
2 months ago
We had a great stay at Staffhaven Farms! John and Betty were great hosts, and were very accommodating. Loved feeding the deer raised on the farm. Thanks for the evening bonfire, it was a nice touch! John and Betty are a wealth of information on thier worldly travels! The property has very good access and traffic on the road is mostly horse and buggy. Very quiet and peaceful. Our only regret it that we had not planned to stay longer. Thank you again John and Betty!
1 year ago
John and Betty are the best. There stories of travel around the world in there motorhomes made both nites of our campfires at there farm unforgettable and we were blessed to have these two. They were very helpful with our getting our rig set up and we emediately felt right at home. They have a host of mennonite families as neighbors and we were intrigued by there mode of transportation as it passed by there place. Their son raise deer on the farm and we were lessoned on how the deer are raised. A must to visit and a true gem . THANKYOU John and Betty....five stars++
1 year ago
Our stop at Staffhaven Farms exceeded our expectations! We had an amazing view of the farm and the countryside and the beautiful breezes that were a regular occurrence on a hot day were appreciated. Our hosts were amazingly informative, kind people with fantastic senses of humour! It was a very restful and interesting stay in Howick County with John and Betty! Thank you again! - Paulette and Rod
1 year ago
This was a perfect spot to rest, slow down and watch the world go by. Our hosts are an adventurous couple and we hope to plan a return visit and hear more about their adventures. They have a grass side lawn with lots of room to turn and park a large rig. We appreciated the power and water fill. The farm is easy to find with clear directions from our host. Thank you for a making us feel so welcome.