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THE HIDEAWAY

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in weatherford, TX

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Hosted By

Silverfox469

  • Max Rig Size

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    45+ (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    3

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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    No

Nice area on the banks of the Brazos River/Lake Granbury Must keep pets on a leash and pickup poop .as we have 2 free to roam dogs.Also have free range chickens. Have 30 amp and 50 amp elect, Have indoor Toilet. Please call before arrival. 817-613-7425 Suggested Local Attractions:The town of Granbury , Glen Rose, and Weatherford

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 50A

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Use common sense ,use trash cans ,no cig butts on the ground, no smoking in bar/game room, All children must be adult supervised at all times.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Gravel Driveway with hill, EXIT THE ROAD YOU ENTER ON ONLY Gravel parking spots. call 8176137425

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Gravel

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Hosted By Silverfox469

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65+

Construction Super/Wife self employed We live on the Brazos river /lake Granbury on 3 acres with lake access. We like our guest to also be members or join the RVillage Home Town: Tin Top ,Texas 76087 Favorite Boondocking Locations: Have not had the opportunity to Boondock yet Skills or Expertise to Share: Construction , electrician, plumbing, and mechanic Wife is a seamstress

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References for this location from other RVers

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    JohnandElise

    1 month ago

    Very nice kind hosts! We enjoyed walking by the river and chatting with the hosts and the local folks. Quiet and peaceful!

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    LandDrifters

    2 months ago

    We stayed here 11/23–25/2022. Our host communicated with us via text and phone to direct us to our near-level site, one of a couple within a a small riverside trailer park behind the hosts' residence down a bluff. We did appreciate the electric connection and view and access to the Brazos River. It rained throughout our brief stay, and we were sorry we did not have the opportunity to our hosts Linda and Larry. We saw great blue herons daily on the river and once a deer near our site. Although we had intended to stay 4 nights, we had to leave after 2 because, even with an elevated weBoost antenna, the Verizon cell service was insufficient during the daytime to support cell-to-internet service which we needed.

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    Camgigi1953

    2 months ago

    Larry and Linda are great hosts!! we stayed 2 nights our site faced the river they offered electric and water at this site and it was fairly level. We meet 2 other couples there camping plus Shirl and Doug who are locals plus a few of the neighbors. we travel in a 42 ft MH plus a toad and we will be back there again sometime down the roar in our travels!!!!

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    HallsExcursions

    2 months ago

    We have stopped at The Hideaway several times. The host is always very accommodating and friendly. We enjoy our visits with him. It is a beautiful view looking out of your window to see the lake/river! With a view like that, you can't help but relax! We would recommend staying here!

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    Ghildman

    3 months ago

    Directions getting to the street were confusing. Once we arrived out front we knew we were there because of the Hideaway sign. What’s hidden is the camping area. You drive alongside the house, then down a steep gravel drive to the back yard. Backing into a site was easy. There’s a grassy field and the river just beyond. Old dogs and friendly folks!

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