Wandering Fox Farm
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in DOUGLASVILLE, GA
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are in Douglasville just off the I20. 40 minutes from downtown Atlanta, 15 minutes from Six Flags and 10 mins from Sweetwater state park Suggested Local Attractions:Downtown Atlanta Six Flags Sweetwater Park
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smoking please, children to be supervised
Arrival video at https://youtu.be/Xsjrqf5fxrU If you use the What3words ap .... bitterly.supposing.blockage https://w3w.co/bitterly.supposing.blockage Access Road Conditions: The road to the house off the main road is quite steep - house and parking area is about 1/4 mile off main road. Its a combination of concrete at the top and then gravel. There are trees and a reverse into parking position but plenty of space to do it and you can drive straight out. We have a 36ft Class A and it presents no issues. Because our drive is pretty steep we have reduced the advised length for anything towable - the towed rv is better in the 25ft and under range although a class A and C would be ok at the longer length Tow Vehicle Parking Details: seperate parking available if required
Hosted By lynnefox
Semi Retired Details: Hi We are British expats that have lived in the US for 12 years and in Georgia for 8 years. Home Town: Douglasville which is on the outskirts of Atlanta Favorite Boondocking Locations: none as yet Skills or Expertise to Share: Lynne is a fiber artist and Rob is a photographer, motor cycle enthusiast and AMA member.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 months ago
Beautiful pasture property site. Hosts were so nice and it eas a pleasure to meet them. We needed a place to stay close to six flags and this was very close by. Nice boondocking night to use the pop up camper. Rob and Lynn were so nice and helpful. I hope to stay here again.
3 months ago
Communications with Rob was great very fast responses to my questions. He has a You Tube video on arrival instructions that was very helpful to find the address the FIRST trip down the road. (lol) You will need to be able to back your rig to get located on your chosen location. Weather was nice so not any issues with pulling around in the grass. Rob showed us around and discussed needing to be closer to the barn to use electricity. Very Quiet and peaceful stay worked out great for us. Appreciate your hospitality and sharing your place with us Rob.
6 months ago
Host was very kind and communicative, helped to make the in/out process very easy. It would likely be very difficult for a longer trailer, and the gate is a bit of a tight fit, but if you're slow, careful, and you know your rig it shouldn't be a problem. The site is nice and quiet, tucked away in the woods. We loved listening to the frogs at night. Even has some short hiking trails back behind the property!
9 months ago
Wandering Fox Farm has an awesome little pull through meadow that is just gorgeous. It was supposed to rain quite heavily which would make getting out difficult so Rob was kind enough to allow me to park off the driveway on the gravel. I ran into some issues being new to towing camper and Rob was still super cool about everything. Watch the video to see how to get in. Hookups are there but I am %100 off grid so I didn't need to use them. The driveway *is quite steep as Rob says but also very manageable. Though *I made a couple mistakes the Wandering Fox Farm was perfect!
9 months ago
This was my second time staying here. It was just an overnight which is all I was looking for. The host is friendly and generous (let me top off my battery for no charge), and put me in a sweet, very private spot. Make sure you watch their video that they uploaded about access to their site. What a great idea and big help. Great place to stop!