Spacious living and dining area. Bedroom with queen bed and accordian door for privacy. HDTV w/cable. Full bath but the bathhouse is bigger and better. Dishes, silverware,glasses, knives, cutting board,coffee maker,blender,pots&pans,tea towels, dish deterent, clean linens on bed, You may want to bring your own pillow and blanket if you have a favorite. I recommend it for the second and third bed.
This camper sets on an acre of land with 2 other campers for rent. Although the space can accommodate a family of 4, it is best suited for a couple. There are views out of fields& wildlife&the creek which is down the lane and across the road. It is near the BathHouse that has a large shower stall, toilet and sink.
Toegang voor gasten
You have private access to entire camper. There is an awning outside. There is a picnic table and a charcoal grill. There is starter fluid and enough charcoal for at least one BBQ. You may park your car right at the camper and there is a fire pit.
Interactie met gasten
I am a text away.
Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
There will be other people in the other campers and guests from the TreeHouse may come and use the BathHouse. Your camper toilet is for #1 and the BathHouse is for #2.
Smoking outside Not in camper. Do not throw butts on ground. Day Guest fee $5 per person per person, for picnic, etc. Your dog is going to love it here as he/she can run around off lease. You must clean up after your dog and If your dog sleeps with you, I will provide sheets but must bring your own blankets. There is a $10 dog fee. Thank you.
I am an active happy person. I love people and love to travel especially to Williamsburg, Jamaica and the Bahamas. I am a semi retired travel agent and rental property owner. My husband Curt and I enjoy renovating our properties and flea marketing as well as 4 wheeling, kayaking, bicycling, camping and attending fairs. I enjoy my 45 pastured free range laying hens. My 10 rescued cats, 1 rescued Pitt Bull who is a sweet puppy in a big dog body, a white male Peacock who wondered on our land a few years ago as a chick. I though he was a turkey that escaped from my neighbor's factory farm until those little antennas came out of his head. I didn't know he was a male until he opened his tail features and strutted around. That was amazing!