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Stone Rows

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Washington, NJ

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    < 25 (ft)

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We have a wooded 5 acres accessed by a 450' driveway. Parking along the driveway will work out well. Backing up to a position perpendicular to the driveway is probably the best option. This would be onto a grassy area. We also have a paved area that would allow parking a smaller (15' or pop-up). Suggested Local Attractions:We are located near the Delaware Water Gap and the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania. Easton, PA is located about 10 miles west of us and is a restaurant destination. Bethlehem PA is located about 30 miles west, and is a beautiful historic city with great restaurants and a live music culture. New York City is about 65 miles due east of us. Philadelphia is about 80 miles South. This is NJ, but this area is a beautiful and historic part of the state. For those who have a preconceived image of what NJ is like, we are quite sure you will be pleasantly surprised.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 15A

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Generators are no problem as long as they are of the quiet type that we have experienced at many campgrounds. We would prefer that they do not run all night. We are flexible about arrival and departure times, and can work that out once we have been contacted. We might ask you to join us for a meal. We are vegetarians, but we are great cooks, if I say so myself.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: We live on a mountain top with approaches from two directions, both of which are quite steep. From the North, there is a railroad bridge that includes a steep approach and a turn onto the bridge. We have no problem with our 15' trailer towed behind a Ford 150, and I suspect that up to a 25' trailer and tow vehicle would be OK. The other approach is very steep and winding, but should not be a problem for the same sized trailer and tow vehicle. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: We have a paved driveway with parking for several vehicles. We have no problem moving our 15 foot trailer towed behind our F150. Also, for slightly larger vehicles, or for those not as comfortable maneuvering their trailer, we can also use the lawn next to our driveway.. For smaller RV, there should be no problems. Our driveway is long and straight, so if a back-out was necessary for some reason, it would not be too technical

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host Profile

Hosted By Stonerows

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65+

HikerBikerCamper Details: My wife JoAnn and I have done extensive bicycle touring, carrying our tent and other gear on the bikes. We recently bought a small camper and are having a great time. We remain cyclists, hikers, runners, and now campers. Home Town: Washington, New Jersey, which is located in the northwestern corner of the state, near the Delaware Water Gap. Our house is located on a mountain top which is reached by a winding road. We would recommend campers under 20" due to a railroad overpass that may be difficult for bigger rigs. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Good Life Animal Farm. Skills or Expertise to Share: Woodworker, help with your bicycles. I am a jack of all trades.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Mikervtech

    6 months ago

    Great private area, lots to do if you like the great outdoors

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    DavenMary

    7 months ago

    Good directions and communication. it was like visiting old friends. Rudy and Joann were perfect hosts. We shared drinks and conversation. Lovely surroundings full of wildlife. Hope to be back this way to spend more time with them.

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    MarthaW

    8 months ago

    The stay was nice and peaceful and so helpful that I didnt have to drive back and forth for my dog’s appointment

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    MarthaW

    8 months ago

    I very nice place to stay and friendly hosts. I learned they built the stone walls themselves by “hand” - impressive and beautiful.

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    Chaucersbud

    9 months ago

    Rudy and Joanne were the perfect hosts - so friendly and welcoming. We were able to share info on our mutual rigs and experiences. Rudy provided some wood boards to get us level, and also some well water to top off our tank. Quiet, great overnight spot. Easy access for our class B up & down the hills. Hope to visit them again when we traverse the area! Invited us for more conversation, including out to breakfast, but our schedule did not allow. Next time!

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