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NOTICE Please Read All... Welcome to LZ (Landing Zone) Louisville. We are host for people travelling with Horses and on motorcycles... ONLY.... We have 1.8 acres with fenced in area and a horse paddock and run in shelter For campers with horses, etc. and horse trailers can park in back with the horses. longer then 2 day stays may be OK with approval. We also have Motorcycle/Tent camping in the back area Secluded with trees. motorcycles can be parked in the tent area, Weather and ground conditions pending. Please Note: Our place is set up for people Bondocking with horses and Motorcycles and will be our main focus due to special needs and lack of opportunity's to camp with horses and bikes. Also Boondockers with horses we would like notice if possible to get set up for the your horses. unless it's an emergency... Motorcycles Please give us as much notice as possible so if we have horses here we can adjust. If the weather is bad Bikers are welcome to use one of the trailers or the Tent area ... No cost. I will have the updated availability information 24/7 at the number listed.. Normally I have Hay, Water, Feed. Suggested Local Attractions: Ohio River 4/10 mi, Louisville Loop 1/4 mi, Churchill Downs 9 mi, Otter Creek Riding Trails/ park 28 mi. Downtown Louisville 11 mi. Jefferson Memorial Forrest riding trails 6.8 mi. Walmart 3 mi. Kroger 1.5 mi, Gas, Diesel 1/4 mi. Hospital 4,7 mi. We have up to 9 spots total available counting RV/Tent parking depending on weather/ground conditions.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
RV Dump Station
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Check on you horse, Put Gun on Safety, leave site as you found it. If tenting fill in peg holes.
Access Road Conditions: parking lot and driveway off Greenwood road. pull in and back up for smaller units, horse trailers can pull in back near horse paddock Note it looks and is tight for long units, But I can get in with a 38 ft Class A with a 14 ft horse trailer hooked up... You can also back in past gate and unload there,,, Tow Vehicle Parking Details: in front of camper or in parking lot
Hosted By LarryTerujiSakai
An old Cowboy and U.S. Army Veteran who love horses, travelling and camping Details: Retired from the American Red Cross, Currently volunteering with the ARC and USWP Mounted Patrol I have and travel with my horse. Home Town: Seymour IN USA Live in Louisville KY. USA Favorite Boondocking Locations: Anyplace away from people and cities and friendly to horses... Daniel Boone Natl Forrest. Skills or Expertise to Share: CDL class A driver, First Aid-CPR, Work with horses. Boats, American Red Cross Volunteer& Retired Employee, Security, Many, Many more.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
11 months ago
Thank-you for such a warm welcome, Larry. I really appreciated that you have electrical hook up to keep my harp and myself warm through the early cold nights. Would definitely stay here again if the road leads this way...
1 year ago
Larry is such a kind and welcoming host! We were very grateful for his hospitality. Larry welcomed us to his property and showed us where to park. He also offered water and electric if needed. Thank you, Larry!
1 year ago
Friendly generous host. Quiet late night spot. Parking is tight but doable for a 40 fter. Would definitely come back if in the area.
1 year ago
Parking is in front of the residence. There was plenty of room for our 37' Class A. Water and 30amp electric was available, which we did use. The street was very noisy during the day but perfectly quiet at night. Be aware there is a dog that doesn't like other dogs but the host is able to keep it fenced in. Very nice host, very helpful! Definitely a good stop if you are in the area.
2 years ago
LS communicated well. Provided 30-amp service, We did not need water or dump but it was available. If parking in front use caution with tall rigs regarding a tree on the west side of the area where you park - don’t be right on the edge of the asphalt - move east a little bit to easily clear the limbs of the tree. LS provided directions to several attractions and a lovely local riverside boat launch and park very nearby. In addition to a wonderful host, we had great weather while in Louisville and thoroughly enjoyed this portion of our excursion thanks to a wonderful BW host. Happy Trails LS and thank you very much for hosting us.