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BigLittleHomestead

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Warrior, AL

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    < 30 (ft)

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    Yes

We have a little homestead just off I-65 between Birmingham and Cullman. We're just a few minutes away from Rickwood Caverns State Park and close enough to drive into Birmingham to see the Birmingham Zoo, the Vulcan, and the historic Alabama Theater. Birmingham offers lots of night life activities too. You could also head up to Huntsville to visit the Space and Rocket Center or just take a country drive to see some of the historic covered bridges.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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House Rules

Assume that all animal fencing may be electrified. Our chickens and cats roam freely so watch out for them and be aware that they may come running up to greet you when you arrive. Generators welcome. Heads up: our parking area is very dark at night, so if setting up after dark, you'll need a good light.

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Location

**Our driveway is easy to miss**** Use the address sent in your confirmation message from me once your request is approved*** When entering the driveway go to the right up the red gravel drive. There is a fairly flat grassy spot to park your RV on the right. There is a power line at the end of the field that has about a 12 1/2 foot clearance. The tow vehicle can be parked in the driveway or anywhere beside the RV spot. Note: The driveway is a circle drive but there is a very low power line in front of the house and a lot of RVs won't clear it. Take a look at the photos for a look at the driveway and the parking spot.

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Parking Surface

Grass

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Hosted By BigLittleHomestead

Age:

30-45

After too many years living in a subdivision, we decided to get back to our roots and find some peace and quiet. We've spent the past few years building up our "big little homestead". We have a little piece of land and a few animals to go with it. If you just want a quiet place to stop a day or several to rest and refresh before continuing your travels, we'd be happy to have you.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    HowdyPhillips

    5 days ago

    This is a beautiful, peaceful little farm with a variety of plant and animal life. Dark and quiet at night, Bright and lively during the day. Dana and Brian were friendly and very helpful to us on our first HH experience. They even brought us fresh eggs from their chickens, yummy! Thank you.

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    Beakrowe

    2 weeks ago

    Brian thank you so much for allowing us to enjoy your great property, having the animals to watch and the trail around the farm was great. We really enjoyed our stay.

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    Rwberry2

    1 month ago

    Settled in easily. Friendly helpful owners. Woke to baby goats racing around, roosters screaming, steers Rib Eye n Jerkie curiously sniffing my chihuahuas, n more.

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    TeresaJohn

    1 month ago

    Level site, most accommodating host, made for a great overnight before heading home from a 2 month road trip.

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    Mkshmiller

    2 months ago

    Brian and Dana have created a nice little site to pullup for a night or two. Only 25 minutes from downtown Birmingham, it allowed us to visit with friends in town without pulling our rig through big city traffic multiple times. Our stay happened to occur during a rainy and cold spell, so I didn't get a chance to hike the trails. From what I could see it is clear that Brian takes pride in building out his farm and maintaining his acreage. Having grown up around farms I can tell when the farmer is putting in more than the minimum effort. The fences are tight, the posts are straight, the grass around the buildings is trimmed. The equipment is organized and stored. The little things stand out and Brian's place looks great. I do need to mention, this location would be a little tight for a large travel trailer or motorhome. Our trailer is 24Ft and I had no problems backing into the spot. A big rig would have difficulty.

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