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Perfect spots for RV or campers. Located in Frenchburg, KY in Menifee County. These are OFF GRID parking spots (RV spots are limited to two RVs). We are in the process of renovating this property (fencing, adding buildings, site plans for pond, etc) so this property is a work in progress. Mix of pasture and woods with ATV trails. Paved road to property.

We do have a water hose on site to fill your fresh water tank, if needed. You can park by the week for $75 or the month for $225, which includes water and trash pick up. (Excessive water usage will result in additional fee). Daily fees are also available if you want to stay overnight or just come for the day and ride horses or ATVs. Daily or Day use fees are $5 a day. No hunting allowed Personal injury waivers required for all visitors, no matter the length of stay.

Tent campers can camp anywhere in the woods (on the property) for $5 a night. Pets welcome as long as they are not aggressive. Horses welcome for additional water fee (paddock fencing is not currently set up so trailer ties are necessary).

Very quiet setting, lots of wildlife, beautiful views. There is an old Tobacco barn on the property which is in the process of being renovated. Interior parking (cars only) may be an option.

Available from: Jun 1, 2020
Size of Land in Acres: Above 10
Written directions: Please call, text or email for specific directions. Land is agricultural so has no street address.
Type of Land: Agricultural

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2 Responses to “Off Grid RV Parking or Tent Camping”

  1. PegLeg79

    Please email me so we can exchange numbers

  2. Tyronce36

    I would be very interested in this offer. Can I build an off grid homestead and still pay the 225 monthly fee? Or is it just camping out of tents thats permitted

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