Free camping in Arco Idaho.  NO SERVICES ON SITE.  Use at own risk.

   I am parking my suburban oddly in my driveway as several locals have came down it and nearly ran my dogs over recently so if you see it parked blocking the driveway, call text email me or whatever and I will move it if you are coming in a vehicle. 

                                     I can't stand beer or charcoal really, see 'Approved Drinks' >.>

                                           There are four fire pits on the left side of the road near camp sign.

                                       I have made a road around the fire pits to make it easier to find a spot.

                                                              Camp where you want at your own risk.

                                       No length of stay limit, but must be camping, no long term parking.

       Jacks Truck Stop has: Showers ($5), restaurant, bathrooms and publicly owned RV dump and fresh water station in his parking lot.  If you're in an RV and not setting up a tent I'm sure you could spend the night in the truck stop parking lot without issue as well.
       Warm water for cleaning up is available on request, my attempt at a solar shower didn't work so well.

       City of Arco has hardware store, groceries, laundromat and motels within 5 small town blocks of Honeys.

                          KOA is next door to Honeys Park.  Honeys is not commercial in any way.

      As a friendlier alternative for camping if you want commercial there is the Mountain View RV park in Arco as well as the actual campground at Craters or the Moon.

       If you need electricity to charge your phones or anything else you may plug into my camper or the power pole.

   If the weather is horrid or you are unprepared, I usually have a camper available for guests, but for a couple of months I am using it whilst seeking a new RV, but if you ask I will make the back of my Suburban available as a room/shelter.
           DIRECTIONS:  From US 26 or 20 in Arco follow signs to KOA, turn into drive marked 2436 on power pole right next to LDS church parking lot/fence (The building with the steeple 400 feet or so north of KOA).  If on foot/bike/atv from Jacks Truck Stop there are also signs for 'Honeys Park' on a small trail right from the truck stop parking lot.  If I am not home feel free to set up.
           I will provide vehicle support but do ask you to pay for the gas.   I haul 5 gallon jugs for my own water which I will gladly share if you need.  But I am basically camping too so have no more services than I offer to you. 
                                                                            Wi-Fi is also available.  Password: 2083138831
                                         No big need to write the number down, I wrote it on the front of the mobile home for people.
                                                               That was also my old phone number but no longer is, so don't call it.

           Please don't bathe in the kiddie pool.  Happened, needed to be said.

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