This is the private rv or trailer site you are seeking on 50+ acres. If you are not an RV or trailer you will be booked at tent site price of $25 not $20 a night. Open the private gate and drive to your site in your self contained vehicle. Only 3 miles from Rt. 80 if you need a place to park for the night in peace. Stay longer and enjoy wildlife watching, fishing, or hike/
This is the private rv or trailer site you are seeking on 50+ acres. If you are not an RV or trailer you will be booked at tent site price of $25 not $20 a night. Open the private gate and drive to your site in your self contained vehicle. Only 3 miles from Rt. 80 if you need a place to park for the night in peace. Stay longer and enjoy wildlife watching, fishing, or hike/bike or kayak on Red Bank Creek trails 50 miles long to the Allegheny River. Come back to your home on wheels at night. Refuel and use dump site in town before you get on highway again (by Denny's). Restock groceries at Mike's Supermarket (nice deli and baked goods) or Giant Eagle on way out of town. Enjoy elbow room and quiet and full sky view at night. We will let you know if any other guests are staying somewhere else on the property. Hope you have time to take an hour or so to do the pink loop trail around the property. It goes down to Red Bank Creek aka the "river" cross the little stream on property to your left above river, then continue up the pink dot trail through the hemlock forest, you will come out onto inner road near your site. Lots of trees. There are three other guest sites, see Wildflower Meadow; Outdoor Adventurer Tent Site, and Rustic Cabin. From Boondock site you won't see anyone from RV. Private site with no water, toilet, picnic table or campfire.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Stay on pink trail if you have a trail bike. 50 mile long rail trail starting across from Giant Eagle in town (3 miles away). A...Read more
On Clarion River 30 miles away.
Follow pink trail loop on property or many state and national parks and forests nearby.
At Cook's Forest.
Put in kayak, canoe or raft in Brookville or Summerville. Best month May and June, may be too shallow July & August in Red Bank...Read more
Snow shoe on property
Natural features you'll find at Boondock at Sandstone Ledges in Pennsylvania.
River, stream, or creek
Stream runs east to west through property to Red Bank Creek aka "river". Clarion River is 30 minutes away if you are looking fo...Read more
The vibe at Boondock at Sandstone Ledges
Places to see near Rustic Cabin with Sleeping Loft
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We loved our stay at Boondock at Sandstone Ledges. Linda was super responsive and Helpful. The road into the sites seemed a bit tight for our 12.5 foot high RV but we got through okay. The site was great - easy to find a level spot for our 31 foot RV - very quite and private - easy to turn around to leave. While Linda provides great instructions for getting to the site, I recommend getting there before dark - I think it could be harder to find your way in the dark. We will definitely stay again.
Secluded, prepped, pretty spot.
Definitely recommend this site. Secluded and pretty. Visitors should expect to drive on a back road type path to get to the site. The directions were easy to follow. You just have to watch carefully for the entrance, the signage is subtle (but reads "hipcamp" so you can be sure). I'd visit again for sure.
Beautiful & private wilderness
We loved staying at The Boondocks! Linda’s property was beautiful, private and peaceful. Our dogs loved being off-leash. We loved being off the grid for a few days. Allegheny National Forest is nearby and worth a trip!
Absolutely incredible seclusion
I can’t say enough good things about the Boondocks site. Lisa was very attentive and helpful before our stay. Directions were straight forward (look at the pictures in the listing) and there were signs showing each site. The boondocks site was secluded and we only saw other campers when driving past them on the way in. It was a beautiful spot surrounded by trees perfect for our camper van setup, fire (small pit was there), yard games, and star gazing. It does get a little warm during the heat of the day, but we walked down along the trail with some hammocks and posted up next to the river to relax in the cool shade.
Our dogs loved the space even more! They could romp around off leash and splash around the creek.
I would recommend preparing to be out of cell service (we have att and Verizon and it was spotty service). Also bring your Deet, there was no shortage of ticks (to be expected in nature).
We will definitely be back!
We enjoyed our stay here. Linda was an excellent host, and when we realized our battery had died overnight (!) she quickly sent over someone to help. We appreciated this very much. One note: the location is accurate if you use apple maps, but slightly off if you use google maps.
Co-hosts Linda and Judy were so accommodating, and the space is amazing! We got in really late and were immediately welcomed. We were taken on a guided hike around the property In the morning that my teenager loved and is still talking about! We’d love to come back someday.
Perfect for traveling with dogs
Linda's site was perfect for me, and I would definitely stay there again! I needed somewhere to camp in my truck, ideally not far off the highway, but also remote enough that I can easily exercise my two active dogs before a full day of driving. Unfortunately I didn't arrive until after dark, and I was worried about finding the spot. Linda was very helpful, but I didn't get many of her messages until later because I didn't have cell service at the site (Google Fi). Fortunately her written directions and signs on location were clear enough for me to find the site on my own in the dark! The site is totally private and peaceful, and a nice big flat area. I have a little 2wd pickup, but the roads are in great shape and I think a normal low-clearance car could use them easily. In the morning, I brought the dogs for a ~2 mile hike on the pink trail, though we didn't do the full loop because I lost the trail at some point. The property is beautiful, and the dogs enjoyed going for a swim in the nearby river.