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Posted: 06/25/20 05:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Otter Lake in PA
Delaware Water Gap
or for some real excitement for the kiddo's try
Jellystone in Quarryville outside Lancaster and Amish Country. Strasberg RR & museum is there too. No swimming lake (but fishing) but the kids will never miss it in 1000 years. There is a stream/river that's walkable just 5 mins away. Its disneyland rv style.


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What about doing the "Pilgrim thing"? Visit Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrim and Indian villages in Plymouth, Massachusetts. I don't know if the Mayflower II boat is there or still being refurbished at Mystic Seaport.

If I remember correctly, we stayed at Pine Acres campground 10+ years ago and visited Plymouth.

Similar to what others are saying, check Everywhere to see how open they are due to the China Flu.


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Just circling back. Thanks everyone for posting this information. We will consider it as we plan!!!

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Lynnmor wrote:

brianosaur wrote:

Otter Lake in PA
Delaware Water Gap
or for some real excitement for the kiddo's try
Jellystone in Quarryville outside Lancaster and Amish Country. Strasberg RR & museum is there too. No swimming lake (but fishing) but the kids will never miss it in 1000 years. There is a stream/river that's walkable just 5 mins away. Its disneyland rv style.


$100 and up per night, no thanks!


Who said anything about $100?
Sometimes its $150 on holiday nights!

Resort campgrounds are just that. Its practically like a free waterpark is included.

Anyone who doesnt spend that amount of money camping must just not love their kids as much as we do.




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Promised land state park in pa is nice. 2 beaches, good bathrooms, and the loop I usally stay at has a family confort station( pickerel point) so its private and good to get the kidos showered etc. but There are not a lot of full hook up sites there so look at that depending on what you want. Boat rentals are close. In nj, anything in the cape may area, most have lakes and pools. Plus your a short drive to the ocean. Look in the upstate NY area also. Lake george is a but further away, but good for the familly, as is niagra falls area.


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Spend your first night nearby. Hit a KOA or Hershey for Full Hook Ups so you get the hang of it and see if everything you are renting works before your travel to far.

Gettysburg PA is very historic so is going south to Williamsburg. Not sure how things are open per COVID. If you want to go north and park on lake. Try Lake George RV Park and Resort. Some history nearby forts etc. Fun place. They burn the old picnic tables at night huge bonfire and usually there are fireworks on Lake George.


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