If I were to describe my perfect boondocking spot this would be it – a flat grass covered clearing nestled in a forest with mixture of sun and shade plus a clear babbling brook right outside the door. The kind of place that boondockers are a little afraid to share for fear that it will be overused and destroyed in the process. We found this after the spot that I had scoped out on Google satellite view turned out to be a mud hole. Scouting out a new place led us to drive up a gravel spur which dead ended at this camping paradise.
This is obviously a well used camping spot with a large fire ring and plenty of room for several RVs and tents. It’s been kept very clean. The forest in this area is riddled with old oil pumper roads and signs of a removed pumpjack are visible at the far end of the clearing. To find the spot go north on US 219 from the intersection of 219 and US 6 for about 5 miles. Turn left on route 3006 towards Westline. Travel slightly shy of a mile and turn left onto the gravel spur after crossing the bridge over Windfall Run. Pass the nonworking pumpjack to get to the camp site. The site is large but I’m not sure if there’s turning room for a fifth wheel. Since it’s close to US 219 there’s a little traffic noise.