This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Elkton, MD
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Same Day Requests
Preferred Check-in Time
15 minute from I95, 10 minutes from US Rt40. Adjacent to 200 acre county park (soccer). Suggested Local Attractions: C&D Canal, Historic and quaint Chesapeake City "canal town" well painted, preserved homes on the South side; Park your rig in town and walk a few blocks / shops. North Side: The Michael N. Castle / Ben Cardin C&D Trail 2+ miles leave your rig here and bike the trail. Other Historic Towns and North/South MD scenic byway nearby.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 30A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
30A and 20A electric, please pay if you run Air Conditioning otherwise n/c. Conditioned water is available 100' stretch, unconditioned water 10'. Campfire ring, available with verbal permission, 600' from RV parking. Live life safely for full enjoyment.
Access Road Conditions: Maximum RV length is our GUESS (your decision) not a rule. Retired farm on flat land, straight gravel driveway 90 deg to paved country road. Mid sized straight units (smaller combination units) can 3 point turn like delivery trucks. Larger or Combination units may want to back in or out. OK to stop on country road to survey and plan placement. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Near camper
Hosted By birdlovertreehugger
Long time travelers. We enjoy the hobby / lifestyle of RV living and Boondocking. We encourage exchanges of ideals around traveling, camping and exploring and other topics. Details: Home improvement; Honest improvement and repairs. Entertained by beauty in nature, resource utilization, birds and blooms Home Town: Elkton MD - Little piece of country with gallon of milk only a minute drive. Major cities 45 minutes away. Major path for humans and animal migration. Chesapeake bay wonders within 15 minutes. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Tuweep and Fire Point Grand Canyon and others away from human modification Skills or Expertise to Share: Construction, tinkering and fixing, Local wildlife habits
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 week ago
Mark and Donna were great hosts from helping to park, share their knowledge of the area, and RVing in general. The biggest tip was how to travel south and avoid the Baltimore/DC area. We highly recommend the site and look forward to their visit when they head West!
3 months ago
Great experience. Getting inside area can be a little tricky. Best to head east on their road. Its a lot easier than taking the 90 degree turn into the driveway.
4 months ago
This was our workin the bugs out trip, Looked for a host with a scenic spot, electric hookup, pet friendly, and close to somewhere to do a little sightseeing. Check, check, check and check. Mark and Donna were accomodating, easy to communicate with and we even invited them to join us one evening around the fire pit. We took a very short drive down to Chesapeake City or dinner one evening and lunch the next day. Try Schaefers for dinner (and leave room for the award winning Peanut butter/chocolate pie, it's a 12 out of 10!) and if you have a pooch with you , the deck across the river at the Chesapeake Inn & Marina. <> We backed in from the street (23 foot travel trailer pulled by Chevy Avalanche) since there were long sight lines on the street, but my not have been necessary
5 months ago
We are VERY new to the whole camping thing. Extremely lucky we started here with Mark as we learned more than we ever thought possible. He was so unbelievably helpful and patient-and fixed a few things too. The spot is just ok, I mean if you don’t like trees, animals, peace and quiet and proximity to all the comforts! Seriously, just stay here if looking for a great spot.
5 months ago
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Mark and Donna. They were very welcoming and the RV spot was great! We enjoyed our conversation and strongly recommend them as hosts!