This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Beloit, WI
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We are on a farm, as you pull into our driveway the drive way splits, one to the house, one to the barn, within that split is what we refer to as a “tear drop”. It is actually an “A” shaped driveway. We request that rigs use the tear drop. Please do not block the drive way. If you do have kids, please supervise your children. Please, do not access the barn. Suggested Local Attractions:Saturdays during the summer there is a small farmers market about 1.5 miles away at Kaufman’s Country Store. A gorgeous county Park less than 5 miles way, Beckman Mill. In town, about 10 miles, Saturday mornings is one of Wisconsin’s larger farmer’s market. There is a beautiful County park about 10 miles, Big Hill park.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking on property. No entering the barn. No entering the house. Supervise your children, especially on play equipment. Clean up after your pet. Leave by 11 am on the day you are due to leave. Thank you.
Access Road Conditions: We live on a rural road. There are some lower hanging trees that canopy a hill, however, semis do drive our road with seemingly little issue. Our driveway has a turn around. Rigs will be parked in a teardrop patch of land. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Next to rig, or pulled off to side - Still on property, close to the rig if you like.
Hosted By jenlynn4673
Wife of 24 years… mom of 4 boys, and me Details: So, we live on a farm, but grew up in/near a large city. We have been here for about 10 years and recently started boondocking ourselves. So, we learned of this site and figured we would also become hosts. I have been married 24, we have 4 boys between 4 and 23 years old. Only the 2 youngest will travel with us. Home Town: We hang our hat in Rural Beloit, WI. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Not much to share right now. Skills or Expertise to Share: Not much to share right now.
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References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
Very nice place to stay while exploring the area. Randy and Jennifer are very friendly and their farm is very quiet at night. Easy in -and-out and level parking site near the barn. Recommend you visit the Beckman Mill a few miles away and explore downtown Beloit to include walking the Beloit college campus. Start your visit at the "Visit Beloit" center to learn about the revitalization efforts in downtown Beloit.
4 months ago
Jen welcomed us shortly after our arrival, and we had a nice visit. It was a good spot for our cross country travel. We heard some strange noises just before we turned in, I opened the door to see an owl flying near the barn door.
5 months ago
Quiet & peaceful and we had a great stay. Centrally located with moderate drives to several cheese shops and craft beer bars. The Tisons were a pleasure to talk to and had a wealth of information about the area.
8 months ago
We had great communication. Sent pic of property so easy to recognize. Several areas to park in. Was so quiet. I loved that. Thank you..
1 year ago
Had a great stay. Quiet country with sounds of wildlife and horses. Would recommend this to anyone.