Witt's End Ranch
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Princeton, BC
Max Rig Size
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
If you are just passing through in a hurry, this is NOT the spot for you. If you are looking for a rest and relax, your here. We can provide power if you need run lights, TV, small appliances and charge your batteries. We can fill your water tank from the cabin hose. WiFi is now available at the site. We live in the house at the back of the property. We have a nice creek on the property where you can park. There is an area around the property for a little hike, if you have mountain bikes or like half day hikes there is the old Kettle Valley railway trestle close by and fishing at the lake 15 klm further up. Lots of deer and wildlife around here. PLEASE READ THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY, If you don't follow the directions instead of your GPS you WILL hit gravel. Suggested Local Attractions: There is a lot of old gold stories of mines and deserted towns, lots to see around here if your interested in ghost towns.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Offleash Area for Pets
Not many, this is a peaceful spot and you will enjoy it for that. Because it is "Rustic" camping there is no cell service however we have a land line for emergencies. Power charge is based on simple use however if your using A LOT of power (like a/c or electric heaters) please consider this as this privilege has been abused. Leave your spot clean, DO NOT TRY TO PAT OUR DOG OR SHAKE HANDS WITH US WHEN SHE IS NEAR, other than that she is completely safe and we generally do not have her with us when guests are present. Arrival time is when you get here, departure time is when you leave, not sure if we have a clock here but relax and enjoy. Please enjoy your stay
Access Road Conditions: Good paved road with a few curves, property is 24 Klm north east of Princeton on the Princeton-Summerland road. Elevation is at 3,000 ft and the freshest air in the country. If you don't follow the directions instead of your GPS you WILL hit gravel. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Lots of room
Hosted By BobandPam
Class A, just 2 of us and a dog. Details: We have a 30 ft Class A, just 2 of us. Like to travel around a little, mostly like Baja. Just got back (March 1st 2015) from 4 months on the road from Vancouver to Baja to Yuma to Quartzite to Vegas to home. Sometimes spend several months in US. Like Grand Forks, Castlegar, provincial campgrounds and out of the way places. We are 4 hrs east from Vancouver BC on 20 acres in Princeton where we will have lots of room for you. We do most of our travel to the south in the winter months and weekdays during the summer in BC. Home Town: Princeton where we have lots of room for you. Easy access on paved road, we can provide power and water, peace and quiet. Princeton is an old gold mining town that has a wonderful museum. Favorite Boondocking Locations: The desert in the south, Yuma, BLM land and the Baja Skills or Expertise to Share: Mechanic, I may be able to help you with a problem. We are building a full shop with welders etc. Can also find help for you if we can't do it.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
5 months ago
We had such a great time with Bob and Pam. Gorgeous accomodation right by a stream...gorgeous valley, mountains, and so quiet. Best of all was meeting Pam and Bob...such a remarkable, welcoming couple. We will be back!!
5 months ago
Just love Bob and Pam! Such nice welcoming people! We talked for hours and would have kept on. So interesting. The place is perfect and so relaxing. Thank you so much!
5 months ago
This was our first harvest host experience. I'll have to say, the rest have a high bar to meet. The site was so beautiful. Bob and Pam met with us and we had a wonderful conversation. They saved us from taking a bumpy dirt road on our outbound trip and helped us with advice on other issues we needed to solve. I wish we had had more time to stay, but we have a long trip to go still. Perhaps next time...
6 months ago
Bob and Pam are fantastic hosts! We had a great visit our first night around the fire. They made sure our stay was comfortable and had great suggestions for places to get to using our ATV while we were there. We cant wait to make it back here again!
7 months ago
This is a beautiful spot - a very large property with trees, grass and a bubbling brook next to the boondock parking. Pam and Bob are super nice people. After dinner they came to visit, lit the campfire, and we had a couple of hours of pleasant conversation. The road from Princeton is paved and in good condition. I drove in from the Summerland end of the Princeton-Summerland Rd, about 70 km (30 km of which are unpaved).