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RE: Odetah Campground

What are some good sites at Odetah? We're looking for full hookups. We were frequent campers at Odetah, I always booked site 17, large,private pull through site. Sorry though it was only W/E gray water but I thought it was one of the best sites at the campground. You could check if they offer a honey wagon service. There are full hook up sites, just be aware, all the sites on the far left side of the campground map are feet away from very busy highway. Mike
mdcamping 01/25/15 08:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: NEW ENGLAND STATES - Maine/Massachusetts

Thanks for all the info in the thread. We're looking for a summer ocean / beach vacation so will look into Salisbury Beach SR and Hampton Beach SP. Any other recommendations? Any beachfront State Parks or County Parks near Old Orchard? Let us know. Thanks. Salisbury beach state reservation is a good choice if your looking for valve, one of the few campgrounds in NE that's actually on beachfront. Book fast if you hope to get a prime summer time. OOB, not aware of any beach front campgrounds, but lots of clean, maintained family campgrounds. Bayley's, Hid'n Pines, Paradise Park are a few. Keep in mind the campgrounds at OOB will be more $$$$ Mike
mdcamping 01/22/15 05:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campfire Wood

I remember Bayley's selling big burlap bags of fire wood,(that was 8 yrs ago) burned well too. Lots of campgrounds in the Old Orchard Beach Area...and lots of people selling it on the side so you shouldn't have a problem locating some. Mike
mdcamping 01/12/15 06:27pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cherry Hill Park, College Park, MD

Thanks for the ideas everyone, were definitely doing the metro, not sure if the national zoo is open in march but we might look into it. I had heard the spy museum is very good. Gary, our thinking for now is we will do 1 stop before DC on the way down and leg it all the way home. Hope do get things booked this week. Mike
mdcamping 01/12/15 06:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cherry Hill Park, College Park, MD

Thanks everyone for your replies, We had heard about the noise issues but we are just trying to minimize it. I have no problem sleeping but DW is a light sleeper, we can run the A/C fan for the white noise if we have to. Given the campground location and what it offers, we are willing to sacrifice on some things. Mike
mdcamping 01/11/15 05:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Cherry Hill Park, College Park, MD

We are planning on making reservations this week for a mid March trip. We have a hybrid so I would like to minimize highway noise. Any particular areas of the campground that are more quiet that others. Full hookups is a must for us. Any other helpful hints about the campground would be appreciated. Thanks, Mike
mdcamping 01/11/15 01:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ideas for some trip. within 600-900 miles of MD

Lantley, whatever you chose you will have a great time. I would like to point out that HBSP is 16 hours more drive time assuming that you want to come back :). It sounds like you enjoy the journey as well as the destination so go for it. The MB area is far beyond Assateague and the robber barons of Ocean City. Well worth going if you can spend enough time to truly explore. Charleston is only 90 more miles and is an awesome vibrant southern city with lots to do. Hi Bucky I didn't mention it but I have done both MB and Charleston a few times. Great Places I agree. But as you point out HBSP is 16 hours roundtrip much further than OC,MD. I agree MB is probably the best beach destination on the east coast especially for campers. However OC,MD is only 3 hours away.That is my quandary over lots of destinations at this point. Getting the most bang for my drive time while exploring somewhere new and different. As my kids are getting older family vacations as I have known will start to fade away. I really want to make these last few count. Old Orchard Beach ME, is very built up, somewhat similar to MB, Some of the campgrounds there your kids can walk to the beach and do there own thing. They have a board walk area loaded with arcades,food, shops. The Main drag has 2 amusement parks (one is a water park) Lots of seafood restaurants or places to pick up fresh seafood and do your own clambake. Lots of places to visit with in 45 minutes drive, Portsmouth NH (has also one of the largest Water Parks in NE), Perkins Cove Ogunquit, ME, Kittery Outlets, ME just to name a few Mike
mdcamping 01/11/15 08:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Come on over for campfire coffee

When camping, We use our stainless steal electric corningware percolator, When I make it I'll add about 5 shakes of cinnamon spice and salt to the coffee. For us our morning coffee is a small piece of heaven! At home we been using our Mr, coffee, okay but not as good. Mike
mdcamping 01/11/15 07:28am General RVing Issues
RE: Ideas for some trip. within 600-900 miles of MD

I have teenagers so I need a teenager friendly destination. As mentioned earlier. Old Orchard Beach ME, is a beehive for families, kids/teenagers. Mike
mdcamping 01/10/15 09:14am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is this a Campground or an RV Park?

RV Park, Resort, Campground, as long as it's clean, maintained, safe... I'm there! Mike
mdcamping 01/10/15 06:31am RV Lifestyle
RE: NEW ENGLAND STATES - Maine/Massachusetts

Any cool places to visit that are hidden gems of the Boston area or in the Southern Maine area? Perkins cove Ogunquit Maine, Makes a great day trip, shops, scenery, fine restaurants. Mike
mdcamping 01/03/15 06:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: NEW ENGLAND STATES - Maine/Massachusetts

Salisbury Beach State Reservation in Salisbury MA, one of the few campgrounds in NE that's actually on the beach. W/E sites. Campground is on the MA NH boarder and about 45 minutes to southern ME attractions. Campground offers camp store, fishing, kayaking, 2 beaches(one with pets allowed). Sites are somewhat small but that's typical for beach area camping. Best part is the $27 per night fee, you will not it that cheap on any beach area camping in NE. Book now if you planning for summer months, place books up fast. Mike
mdcamping 01/02/15 05:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What was in your RV's stocking?

DW got this Red Sox gnome to decorate the front of our camper. Mike
mdcamping 01/01/15 06:23pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Winhall Brook COE. South Londonderry, Vermont

loggenrock, We don't mind the extra drive to the lake, besides we'll probably be doing some day trips checking out the country side. VT Skier, We will be booking W/E site, If you can recommend a site, that would be appreciated. Thanks everyone for your help! Mike
mdcamping 12/31/14 08:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Food at Potlucks- Am I the only one?

I agree, just trying to have a little fun... folks no need to be so negative :) Mike
mdcamping 12/28/14 06:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Winhall Brook COE. South Londonderry, Vermont

Stayed at Winhall this past August. Nice park - would return. Not sure about kayaking, tho... River thru CG is good to float down on inner tubes, etc. Funny layout - one bridge across river, long roads parallel it on either side. Good place for bicycles, tho. MINIMAL cell reception at the W/E sites (can't speak for the other sites) - strong/free wifi up the hill at the ranger station. Non- W/E sites in better locations that W/E ones. ST Thanks for the info! Actually our plans was to go kayaking at Ball Mountain Lake. Mike
mdcamping 12/28/14 03:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Food at Potlucks- Am I the only one?

When I was kid, I rode my bike without a helmet, drank water out of a garden hose and now I will eat at Pot Lucks! .... :B :B Mike
mdcamping 12/28/14 11:48am General RVing Issues
RE: Food at Potlucks- Am I the only one?

For you folks who are wondering where to find the pot lucks... we have a Rally section on RV.net! ... find a rally and join! :C BTW My Cajun shrimp is to die for!! :B Mike
mdcamping 12/28/14 07:55am General RVing Issues
RE: Camping? When did you start.

Very basic short history for me, I started in 1998, been doing it ever since. Mike
mdcamping 12/27/14 07:30pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Food at Potlucks- Am I the only one?

We will be having our XMas Potluck at our park this afternoon and like I did at Thanksgiving, I plan to bring my own food in a tupperware container, it is not that I really have to watch what I eat, I just cannot bring myself to eat food prepared by folks that I do not know. Anyone else out there feel the same. You don't know me and I think I'm a pretty darn good cook! :B Mike
mdcamping 12/27/14 03:30pm General RVing Issues
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