This is a Boondockers Welcome host in hawley, PA
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
quiet & shaded -mostly level residential property on 2 wooded acres Lake Wallenpaupack is about 3 miles away. Suggested Local Attractions:Lake Wallenpaupack, Wallenpaupack Brewery, Hawley Silkmill, hiking at Shuman Point and other state land, hunting & fishing
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Offleash Area for Pets
prefer No cigarette smoking shaded location -can run a generator but not after 9pm Have a nice fire pit to share well water is good & can be used Like dogs a lot but not senseless barking or having to clean up after them nice quiet location
Access Road Conditions: paved road to gravel driveway with room to turn around -longer rigs may have to back in. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: on site
Hosted By sailsandskates
enjoy sports, being outdoors & travel Details: happy, honest & adventurous Home Town: Uswick/Hawley, PA Skills or Expertise to Share: enjoy meeting interesting people & trading experiences and knowledge, big hockey fan, enjoy most outdoor activities, -retired utility worker, fairly handy and pretty independent
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 weeks ago
We did not stay long, just one night of a longer trip. The Host was pleasant and the setting quiet and secluded. Thank you, Wally Woods.
3 months ago
Joyce and her place were awesome! She was very welcoming, we had some great conversation around the firepit, and it was a nice and quiet stay. Thank you Joyce!
5 months ago
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Wally World. Idyllic setting with a super hospitable host, Joyce. She went out of her way to make us welcome. Thank you Joyce!!
5 months ago
This host seemed to expect an exact ETA and ours kept changing after sitting in traffic 3 hours, a technical problem with our trailer that took an hour to resolve and finally driving 10 - 15 miles on winding back country roads to get there.From the onset the host seemed irritated we were arriving at all, stating they would be in and out running errands and whatnot and wanted to know exactly what time we would arrive so they could take time our of their busy schedule to greet us.When we arrived, we missed the driveway (among identical driveways, on an unfamiliar country road, in the dark) and we did see one house that had lights on so we thought that was where we were supposed to be.While we were pondering, we got a call from someone who identified themselves as our host and immediately criticized us for missing the driveway and several times for lack of communication skills. I spent time listening to a critique of what I should have done so even the first contact with this host was tainted.At great personal sacrifice then agreed to walk the 80 feet or so down their driveway with a flashlight and then got irritated that we couldn't see their light thru the trees. The host couldn't suggest a turnaround spot and said we could go around the block if we wanted to but each leg was several miles so we started on that journey.The host called back and was even more irritated that we missed one turn (on a wooded country road in the dark) and told me I was new to Boondockers and this wasn't how it was supposed to be done. Then the host suggested I go to "the camp" (wherever and whatever that is) and see if I could get a spot for the night. I asked the host if they would rather not host us and have us go somewhere else and was told "yes".I had no choice but to make my way back to the highway and I drove all night to see the sun come up from my own deck.This is a marked departure from the hospitality we received from all our other Boondocker hosts.I did update the host a number of times during our journey indicating our ETA was getting later and later (traffic, gas stops, tire trouble) and I wish they would have told me to press on rather than have us haul our rig off the highway and on back roads.There are other reviews that look great so I expected a warm welcome and a helping hand - at least I didn't get it but others apparently did so "buyer beware".
6 months ago
An excellent location, peaceful wooded property (complete with deer in the meadow), and an awesome host. Joyce, thank you for the beer and great conversation on your deck. Thanks also for being so kind to my Chenille 🐾 If you need a nice place to stay in this area, don’t look any further.