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Dottie's Place

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Milk River, AB

  • Max Rig Size

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    45+ (ft)

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    1

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    Yes

Normal driveway, with room for small slideout or partial slide out, parking available on the street. There is not really room for a BBQ on the driveway, but guests may use my deck for chairs and BBQ, there is a fire ring in the fenced yard. Suggested Local Attractions:Writing on Stone Provincial park, 2 hour drive to Waterton National Park, City of Lethbridge 40 minute drive

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 15A

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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Generators Allowed

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Water Hookup

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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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House Rules

No smoking in my home, on the deck or the yard is ok. No generators after 9 pm or before 7 am

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Location

Access Road Conditions: normal driveway, drive in or back in; longer than 30 ft, can park on street up to 72 hours Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Street

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Hosted By DottieB

Age:

65+

Solo Canadian RV traveller, retired accountant, snowbird Details: I have been traveling solo to the SW USA for the past 13 years to escape the Canadian winters (except for this past year because of Covid 19 restrictions). I am a member of Escapees and FMCA and travel in a 32' Class C motorhome towing a Geo Tracker. I spend most of the time in Arizona or California boondocking on the desert. My hobby is creating unque jewellry from copper or silver wire and gemstones. Home Town: I live in Milk River, Alberta, about 10 miles from the USA border, but my home town is Atlin, British Columbia. known as the Switzerland of North America. It is a small town located in Northern BC 25 miles from the Yukon Border and about 50 miles (as the crow flys) from Alaska. Milk River is on hwy 4, the Canadian extension of US Hwy 15. We are 40 minutes from Lethbridge and about the same distance to Shelby, MT. Writing on Stone provincial park is nearby as well as Waterton National Park. Favorite Boondocking Locations: BLM land near Yuma AZ, Tecopa, CA, Martinez Lake, AZ, Death Valley, CA Skills or Expertise to Share: Jewellry creations, rock hounding

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Eric_and_KC

    4 months ago

    A perfect place to rest for the night during our end-of-summer road trip. Just now getting around to leaving a review. Dottie and her neighbor Don were very welcoming and we enjoyed a great evening of conversation while we unwound from our travels. Thank you again!

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    Gettinthr

    6 months ago

    Same day booking, just stayed one night. We actually stayed across the street at her friend Don's place, he had more room,bigger lot. Both were very friendly and had us in for happy hour and we also stopped in in the morning for coffee. we'll meet again either in Yuma later this winter or when we return in the spring. Thank you for being such charming hosts.

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    TravelsWithBaB

    6 months ago

    Dottie was very welcoming upon arrival. I had a nice restful night and enjoyed coffee and conversation at her kitchen table in the morning. I'd stay at Dottie's Place again!

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    JulieWard

    8 months ago

    We are new to traveling around and had a very lovely time visiting with Dottie and her son. The kids were so excited to pick some rocks from her collection. We also really enjoyed Writing on Stones Provincial park. Thank-you so much for everything Dottie!

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    SuzanneandMichel

    8 months ago

    She is so cool and welcoming.. you should absolute stop there.. im bored right now where I am 😆 🤣 😂 wish I would be with her... strongly recommend this Boomdocker has a french Canadian.. ❤️ Take care my Dear friend!

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