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The Pork Hill Getaway

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Rodman, NY

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Hosted By

TOWMANBRAD

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    45+ (ft)

  • Parking Spaces

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    2

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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    Yes

The Pork Hill Getaway is our summer retreat. We come up from FL for the summer and your welcome to come and camp out with us. We will be there from Early May to late October. This will be our first full summer there, so there is much to do, to improve ours and your camping experience. So please pardon our "dust" for the summer of 2022. This is in Rodman NY, and on the western edge of the Tug Hill Plateau, In Jefferson County. At this time it is a dry site, no water or power or sewer hook ups. There is many many places to go, a few are the Adirondacks, Lake Ontario beaches and parks, Canada is just a few miles to the north, Plenty of hiking trails, Snowmobile trails, Hunting, Fishing and boating are just some of what is available Corner of Pork Hill Rd. & Myers Dr., Rodman NY.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Generators Allowed

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Please clean up your site, and after your pet. If you pack it in, you must pack it out. this is a rural area and there is no trash pick-up service. Quiet time is from 21:00 to 06:00. No LOUD generator use ( quiet inverter generators ok 24/7), loud activities, (loud music and parties during those hours. There is no leeway on this & any violations and you will be promptly asked to vacate the site. Thanks in advance, as we all love a good night of sleep :) & we want to respect our neighbor's peace and quiet in the area. Please be respectful of your fellow campers. If you have a LOUD generator and a fellow camper asks for you to shut it off, please do so. Thanks in advance for your cooperation on this :) Winter season Camping (OCT thru APR) is ok with us, you must physically check in at my neighbor's along with checking in via message on Boondockers, and it must be 2 days in advance to book a site. No exceptions, however, conditions can be treacherous for ingress and egress during the Winter season, use at your own risk!!! Pork Hill Road is a very steep road. When it has been plowed it is still dangerous in the winter!!!!

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Location

Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Parking next to your rig or on the road.

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Gravel

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Hosted By TOWMANBRAD

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55-65

Greetings from Sunny Florida! Details: We live on our Towing Company property in the city of Tarpon Springs FL. We invite you to join us. If we are traveling ourselves or not, Our family will be happy to personally welcome you! We are Semi-Retired love to RV and travel. Our northern getaway is in Rodman NY, we like to hang out there in the summer. Home Town: I grew up in Upstate NY & Moved to Tarpon Springs FL when I was a teenager. I know all the best places to eat, relax and sightseeing in the Tampa Bay area. And if your lucky enough to visit when the weather is nice for boating, we love taking the Pontoon boat & guests out to Anclote Key! Sunscreen is a must!!! Favorite Boondocking Locations: Everywhere is a great place when your camping :) Skills or Expertise to Share: Repairs, vehicle/RV Cert. mechanic, Camping skills

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References for this location from other RVers

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    RZTouring

    3 months ago

    So wonderful to arrive at this convenient spot to a fire pit, already smouldering with hot embers. We were encouraged by our host to bring it back to life with available cut branches. Spent a delightful evening by the firelight!

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    PaulVardy

    5 months ago

    Stayed 2 nights. Nice place for off grid. Need a self sufficient RV to stay at this secluded, site. Two level lots with gravel. Host was very accommodating and said this HH is work in progress. Will have electricity, water and dump station also a fire pit.All in all a very peaceful, private stay. Thanks and maybe we will get to see you in Florida sometime to stay at your HH.

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    xkscsco1

    5 months ago

    We stopped short of the actual drive at a grass drive and walked in. Then walked a short distance to spot the gravel drive. We pulled our toad in and disconnected, set up and settled in. Shortly after my text, host Brad showed up and introductions and chat followed. It was a quiet peaceful night. Our 20 year old kitty wanted to go out in the morning. I place a leash on him and we stepped out. Upon spotting a deer, the deer quickly left and our Big Boy kitty did an about face and wanted back into the camper. Great stay.

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    DocJohnA

    5 months ago

    A really nice, quiet place to stay! One warning though, make sure you go on the gravel driveway not the grass driveway about 50 feet before on the same side!

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    Cam_D_Adventures

    6 months ago

    Perfect spot to park your rig and work from. We visited Sackett’s Harbor and Watertown easily from here. Very quiet road and safe. Great communication with the host. would definitely stay here again!

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