TexBon's Host Location
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Edna, TX
Max Rig Size
< 45 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Very large cement driveway within city limits. Driveway does have about a 30 degree slope to it - we do have ramps to help you level out. Electricity and water available. Holds up to a 38 foot coach. 30 or 50 amp available with electricity. Suggested Local Attractions:25 minutes from old Victoria Historic section, Rodeos at Brackenridge center about 5 miles up Hwy 111.almost every weekend.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 50A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
Access Road Conditions: About 2 miles from the main highway 59. Paved roads all the way. Have to enter thru one particular street -The other has too many low trees. Vacant lot across the street makes it easy to get in and out. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: On the street or on the other side of the house on the grass
Hosted By TexBon123
Rick and I are traveling the US as funds allow and loving it!! Details: My brother calls me the Road Warrior as I have traveled from East to West coast and border to border visiting famiy and friends since I lost my husband in Oct 2009. We especially enjoy Caravan Tours and we belong to many RV groups; SMARTs. Passport America, FMCA, Allegro Red, Good Sam, Ramblin Rose camping group where we meet once a month to play many types of games, eat, and fellowship together. Still learning the Rving experience! UPDATE: Now Rick and I are traveling together with our lab dog.. DId our first caravan tour and loved it - have a whole new family!! Have done several rallies and joined some new RV clubs. Home Town: I am originally from Chelmsford, Mass. Moved to Texas after the 1978 blizzard to raise my three children, because my Mother use to live here but has passe away in 2018. Now I am located in Edna Texas Favorite Boondocking Locations: No favorites as we have not used anyones location at this time.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 weeks ago
We stayed here for 2 nights and it was such a quiet spot. Even though it's in a neighborhood it was really enjoyable...a place where we felt right at home. Most of all, Rick and Bonnie are the best... so welcoming and ready to help you if needed. Rick even backed my RV into the driveway for me, as I (Candace) am new at this. FIVE STARS 🤩
1 year ago
We had the most amazing time with Bonnie and Rick. They greeted us on the driveway when we arrived and helped us get level on their driveway which does have a bit of a slope. They hooked us up to 30 amp power and we were able to run our AC and microwave! If we had needed water, we could have had that too. They let r dog hang out in their fenced backyard so that he could run around off leash and he had a fabulous time chasing the birds and squirrels. In the evening we say on the patio and had a wonderful time sharing our various RV experiences. I highly recommend staying here if you are in this part of Texas. It was a perfect stay, and I hope we will be back through here again someday for a catch-up visit!
1 year ago
Very accommodating hosts. Enjoyed our chat about RVs and other things. Would definitely stay again when passing through the area.
1 year ago
TexBob greeted me with home made jalapeño jelly and homemade peanut brittle. She apologized that she didn’t have any fresh fruit to offer from her fruit trees due to the damage sustained from the earlier freeze. How wonderful is that? This couple was so amazing. I could not have asked for a better stay.
1 year ago
I was boondocking several days in a row trying to cross from North Carolina to West Texas through stormy cold weather, trying to beat a bad winter storm. This was day 4 of my trek and the hosts could not be more welcoming. A warm lunch of beef stew, jalapeño corn bread and good conversation was much appreciated. The host also provided a custom wood block to jack up the trailer on the steep driveway, so everything was level (no issues backing up the driveway and my airstream is quite low to the ground) and a wood step that provided the much needed additional step to exit the trailer. I was having issues with power and we finally figured out it was my power cord. The hosts went out of their way to help me locate a store that carried the power supply cord and drove me to pick it up. I had also run out of LP gas due to the long cold days/nights, so we stopped to refill the tanks as well. As luck would have it - my truck battery was dead come morning and they once again came to my rescue. Their dog, while shy, was super sweet to my dogs and was especially interested in the puppy. The fenced yard is a plus - to allow the pets freedom to roam. I was invited to a game of cards, but was too exhausted to participate. Extra bonus was being able to empty my gray tank and lighten my load for the final leg of my trip. Can’t thank the wonderful hosts for their hospitality and assistance on this particularly challenging trip.