This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Princeton, MN
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We live in farm country on 11 wooded acres with a wildlife pond. We are located about one hour north of the Twin Cities. We are one mile off of a major highway, and easy to get to. We have electric ($5) and water available.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking, drugs, or excessive drinking, please. Pets are allowed if they are leashed and under your control. We have wildlife here, including raccoons, deer, and even bears on occasion.
Depending on which way you come, you have 1/2-mile or 1-mile gravel road to get here. Our driveway is gravel, but we have a large paved pad where you can park. There is no turnaround for a longer trailer, but you can back up out of here. **GPS may be wrong. After you turn onto 90th Ave. from 70th St., take an immediate right into our driveway.
Hosted By CanAmTeam
We have been travelling and camping for decades. We have enjoyed many types of camping, from tents to trailers, and right now we are really enjoying our 2003 Airstream travel trailer. Steve (a former sales manager) is from Minnesota, and Terry (a former public librarian) was born in Alberta, and raised in the Yukon. We travel with a sweet little girl dog, and a handsome boy cat.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
Go Solar and Be Free
4 months ago
First To Stay! Our Hosts greeted us and announced that we were their first BDW guests. Miss T used the HH app to answer our questions very promptly and courteously. We had no trouble finding their location. Parking was easy. Mr S and I tried to run my AC on the 15 amp. My AC would not run. Mr S has a soft start on his AC and his will run. Heidi, the dog, is so full of energy, she made me feel younger than I am. We thoroughly enjoyed every minute we had with our Hosts, yet, they gave us our own time to rest and relax. Princeton is perhaps a little off the RV tourist route. We explored the Mille Lacs area. Other ideas would be kayaking on the Rum River and exploring the Sand Dunes. We would definitely ask to stay again. And thanks again for being BDW Hosts.