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The Hundred Aker Wood

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Spring City, TN

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Hosted By

MarjorieHodge

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    45+ (ft)

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    3

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    5

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We are located on US highway 27 20 miles to interstate 40 30 miles to interstate 75 Suggested Local Attractions:Cumberland County Playhouse Scopes Museum

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 50A

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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RV Dump Station

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

No smoking 🚭

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Will need the gate code 2 spots are on pavement My rig is 53" There is a dump tank Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Next to the rig

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Hosted By MarjorieHodge

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65+

Hosting Boondockers has been a pleasurable experience. I love sharing The Hundred Aker Wood with RV folks Hosting Boondockers sincerely and making new friendships is one of the best benefits ever Details: I am CEO of HABCO I have 7 horses, 4 dogs, 2 cats and a big garden Home Town: Spring City, Tennessee Favorite Boondocking Locations: BLM Arizona Fox Den Acres in Eastern Pennsylvania Little Rock ,Arkansas Beaches in Texas Caves in Alabama Skills or Expertise to Share: There are trails to explore and swimming/fishing on the Tennessee River just a stones throw away. A 45 minute drive will take you to the Cumberland County Playhouse where you'll experience theater every bit as good as Broadway and London. Peaceful place. A favorite local attraction is Ozone Falls

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Ghildman

    5 days ago

    Within seconds of bringing our dog out of the pickup on 9/11/22, she was badly bitten and traumatized by 1 of the 4 dogs. We later found that someone had submitted a review 2 days earlier with a similar experience. The owners mentioned that they think that dog has PTSD. After our first visit to the vet, we found a park that was much closer to friends, so we didn’t stay for the full five days we had planned. Marjorie & Jason were friendly and helpful.

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    MissyJim

    1 week ago

    The Hundred Aker Wood was a wonderful stop for us. The hosts were so welcoming and helpful. This was our first Harvest Hosts stay and we hope to return here. There is beautiful scenery and it is very quiet. There is a train nearby but it was not loud.

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    Philmontjim

    1 week ago

    5 Days ago, we had the pleasure of staying at The Hundred Aker Wood. The only stay for the night. We were sent to the huge barn, were we were met by Jason and the dogs!! Wonderful people and pets and one the best Boondockers places to stay on the trip across country.

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    Lexilou

    1 week ago

    Marjorie and Jason were very welcoming hosts. We had a very pleasant stay with the exception of three days of heavy rain that had to cancel the bonfire and cookout. Due to the rain the cookout was moved to the barn. We enjoyed the company of Marjorie and Jason as well as two other B/W guest couples. They have four dogs that are very friendly to people but when they meet our Labrador three of them attacked her. She sustained a puncture wound to her back that necessitated a trip to the vet. We kept her away from them after that and didn’t have any further problems. The dogs are very friendly and well mannered. If in the area again we would probably stay with Hundred Aker Farm.

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    AndersonCrew

    2 weeks ago

    We had a great stay inside the barn! there are a few rv sites on the property. the owner invited all of us to a bbq one night and we got to meet some of her family and the other rv groups. it was really fun. inside the barn was bright and clean (for a barn). there is a bathroom in the barn and sink also.the barn is under high tension power cables but it disnt bother us. it was peaceful and a great experience.

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