Tracey’s side yard
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Waynesboro, VA
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A gravel driveway beside house. Two entrances. Enough room for most rigs to turn around. Suggested Local Attractions:Food centric downtown. Local shops. Black friars play house.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking. Quiet time 10pm-6AM.
Access Road Conditions: Some low hanging trees
Hosted By bodycareco
Tracey and Bo and a small house outside of town. Details: Hi! We are a local nurse and chef and one big old black lab, living in a house just outside the city of Waynesboro. We are just off Route 340, so we are within 10 minutes of anything in the city. We are happy to offer a safe place to stay use of our yard. We are pet/child friendly as long as the pets/children are friendly and you are a responsible pet owner/parent. Come sit a spell.... Home Town: Waynesboro, Va. Favorite Boondocking Locations: fishing docks, beaches and the woods Skills or Expertise to Share: nursing care, chef work, general kindness
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References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
Tracey was a very gracious host. The location was quiet and convenient to Staunton. We visited the Woodrow Wilson home and museum.
5 months ago
I wasn't sure what to expect ... but ended up pleased and satisfied with what I experienced. And I would stay here again. Location is farther east than what the listing indicates. Picture and details ahould be updated. As such, it was a little more out of the way than I expected. But that was ok - it was easy to get to and was a fairly quiet spot. Site was a grass lawn that was large and level enough to park staying hooked up and run my frig. Nothing fancy - but a good spot for an overnight stay. Host met me soon after I arrived and was very personable and engaging. Very much like other BW Hosts I've encountered.
7 months ago
This is not about Tracy. Couldn’t get level. No WIFI. No privacy. We left after the first night and went to a RV Park. We did not feel secure here and it was not what we expected. We did explore Waynesboro and the Shenandoah National Park. Lovely and very historic town. We also visited Monticello and were glad that parts of the south are holding onto their history.
1 year ago
Host was wonderful and made sure we had everything needed. Fairly level area next to fence, easy in and out in a quiet area. Enjoyed our visit with our host. Will definitely stay again if in the area.
1 year ago
Hosts were very accommodating and made sure we had everything we needed for our stop. Easy access from the highway and a flat grassy spot in a quiet neighborhood. We were only in for one night but would love to go back.