We use ours for guests and the kids go out and watch movies and play video games there. We have a 50A hookup with water. I just added the hardscaping. There's a horse farm behind us so it is a nice view.
Not sure about posting pics, (tech issue) Our view of the field behind the 5er changes according to what crop is currently planted and the time of year. We're parked in a sheltered spot between buildings going north and south (no side wind). I fixed up a 30 amp hook-up and water is available nearby. We leave the slides out between week-end trips for the next couple years, till we actually retire and can travel more. We could dump into the home septic if we wanted to. We love watching movies and sleeping out there when the weather cooperates.
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We're on 55 acres in the Deep East Texas Piney Woods. I try not to brag too much so the yups looking to Central Tx don't catch on and head this way. Some have already. But that's cool, come on! We need a little genetic diversity anyway.
Our property is 500' from the road and a creek borders two sides. There's a great boondocking spot with a shear drop to the creek, or one next to a pond, with a shady area carpeted by pine needles.
But our original house (now DH's office and man cave) has a B shed attached and we plug in and get ready for trips there. I could park next to my vegetable garden, still connected, and try to ignore the horrid above ground natural gas pipeline configuration, placed this year. It's always something.
I was going to spend a little time this week at Mission Tejas State Park, not far from home. It would be my 3rd time in 8 weeks but I may just stay here after all.