Travel Blogs from Rockport, United States

Dairy Queen, the beginning of the end . . ., Rockport, United States travel blog

Dairy Queen, the beginning of the end . . .

A travel blog entry by kavanagh.jc

Reporting from Rockport, Tx - a small town of grandma's, grandpa's, and bored children. But, this child isn't bored . . . Here it is, the gulf coast- The Dirty South! I've been coming here since I was a small thing- to this exact town. But, never ...

Cascade National Park, Rockport, United States travel blog

Cascade National Park

A travel blog entry by dgw1924

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Left the Elks Club heading for the North Cascade National Park. It's a rainy day, so actually a good day for travel, not much else that we could do! Nice ride through the park westward to our campground in Rockport, ...

We Arrive, Rockport, United States travel blog

We Arrive

A travel blog entry by comsensedude

Well, we made it!  We're back home at our luxurious home away from ...

In My Footsteps: Trip 29: North Shore, Mass., Rockport, United States travel blog

In My Footsteps: Trip 29: North Shore, Mass.

A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund

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... listen to the waves crashing on the rocks.Marblehead, along with Beverly, has lay claim to being the birthplace of the United States Navy.  While both towns may have their own opinions there is no doubting the importance of Marblehead Harbor.  ...

Samoset Resort By: Jordan Matero, Rockport, United States travel blog

Samoset Resort By: Jordan Matero

A travel blog entry by tah101f2015

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... 26th, I stayed at the luxurious Samoset Resort with my parents. The Samoset Resort is a AAA 4 diamond resort located on the Rockport/Rockland line on mid-coast Maine. The resort has 178 guest-rooms and suites, as well as three private guest cottages. If ...

The First Week!, Rockport, United States travel blog

The First Week!

A travel blog entry by justinpritchard

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9/6/16 So I started my first day at the farm waking up late with a root in my back. I hurriedly packed everything and started heading down the mountain. I was only a mile or so up the mountain, but coming down with the full pack I could really feel the ...

Day 4, Rockland, Rockport, Camden, Belfast, United States travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by buffy4444

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Day 4 brought us more crappy weather -- fog, mist/rain/drizzle, and cold temps. Luckily we were in the right spot for rainy day activities. After a GREAT breakfast at the Windward House, we drove to the Owls Head Transportation Museum (3 miles south of ...

A Relaxing Day, Rockport, United States travel blog

A Relaxing Day

A travel blog entry by comsensedude

Just a relaxing ...

Our last flirt with the north, Rockport, United States travel blog

Our last flirt with the north

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... Cod (Aka "The Cape"), but after Kelly (our awesome hostess for the last two days) recommending that we should checkout Rockport and Gloucester instead. Her reasoning being that we had already been to Nantucket which pretty much sums up the cape. ...

Heading East again, Rockport, United States travel blog

Heading East again

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

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We drove from alittle town called Rockport to Sun lakes where we met up with some friends.They had driven all the way from Olympia on the interstate, but as we weretaking the more scenic route, we arrived around three hours later. The route wetook is ...

Samoset Resort, Rockport, United States travel blog

Samoset Resort

A travel blog entry by tah101f2015

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... local farms in an effort to reduce their waste stream. While staying at the Samoset Resort the quaint towns of Camden, Rockport, and Rockland will provide you with a number of different attractions ranging from Antique shops to the different Islands you ...

Day Three, Rockport, United States travel blog

Day Three

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu

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...  They are delicious.  We also bought some fresh strawberries.  I plan on making some shortcake tomorrow. We arrived in Rockport, Maine around 2:00.  It took us 6 hours and it should have only taken 4 hours.  We settled in, jumped ...

Dag 17 - Acadia National Park (Trenton) - Rockport, Rockport, Verenigde Staten travel blog

Dag 17 - Acadia National Park (Trenton) - Rockport

A travel blog entry by daisymartijn

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... we nog even bij het Camden Hills State Park om van het geweldige uitzicht over de kust te genieten. De rit naar ons motel in Rockport is niet langer dan 20 minuten. We rijden het terrein op en alles ziet er goed uit. We checken met gemak in en laden onze ...

Brunch and Traveling, Rockport, United States travel blog

Brunch and Traveling

A travel blog entry by sunblockparty

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We woke up early to get the house picked up and packed. After we were cleaned and packed we went to breakfast at some place called Nates, it was super delicous and everyone enjoyed their food. We then drove back to the city and I napped on Jill's sofa ...

Boston, Rockport,  United States travel blog

Boston

A travel blog entry by tanarae01

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This morning we drive into Boston to see the city. We took the Old Town Trolley so we could see as much of the city as possible in the short amount of time we had there. Our first stop was at the Charlestown Navy Yard where we were able to board the USS ...

A Nice Day!, Rockport, United States travel blog

A Nice Day!

A travel blog entry by comsensedude

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Today was a relaxing day! We went for a drive to Sweetwater Winery, one of our favorites, located on a backcountry road in an old barn.  Keith and Constance have some unique wines, and some spirits that are great!  The spirits are made using ...

A day by the sea side, Rockport, United States travel blog

A day by the sea side

A travel blog entry by alnjo

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... and visit the coast at Rockport. We took the Amtrak train from North Station and after about an hour or so arrived at Rockport. After a short walk around, we spent several hours just relaxing on the beach. it was great just to chill having spent two days ...

rockport seafair, Rockport, United States travel blog

rockport seafair

A travel blog entry by chrisfranks

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in rockport. caught up on overhauls and repairs, we are setting sail for freeport texas by the end of the week, weather permitting.     rockport has large ice cream cones, herons, eastern oysters.  more to come. we're underway soon. love to ...

DONUTS, Rockport, United States travel blog

DONUTS

A travel blog entry by sunblockparty

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... out to the deck to enjoy the view.  The rest of our night consisted of going out to eat Pizza in downtown Rockport, grocery shopping and then hanging out on the deck enjoying each other's company. It was pretty glorious start to the weekend.  ...

Jagged Edges, Rockport, United States travel blog

Jagged Edges

A travel blog entry by spoonball

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Day 3 – Jagged Edges Boothbay Harbor to Rockport, ME Maine is a state of jagged edges. With the exception of a few sandy beaches, where the coast is smooth if not straight, and the border with New Hampshire, drawn by forefathers, the state's ...

Who wants to eat North Atlantic LOBSTER, Rockport, United States travel blog

Who wants to eat North Atlantic LOBSTER

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid

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... peaceful version of Cape Cod. The whole cape was originally an artist's colony and the individual cottages in the town of Rockport showcase original artworks of all varieties. A most unique village, a little touristy,but beautiful pieces. We hired a ...

Off to Corpus Christi, Rockport, United States travel blog

Off to Corpus Christi

A travel blog entry by bzaucha

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Very nice wooded park. ...

Hot Birding Action - Birding and BBQ in Rockport, Rockport, United States travel blog

Hot Birding Action - Birding and BBQ in Rockport

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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Christine and Mark the amazing hosts they are have booked us a Whooping crane tour leaving from Rockport. These birds are #2 on the most endangered list (#1 being the California Condor, which may I add we saw at the "World Center for Birds of Prey" ...

A MILLION $ CAMPSITE, Rockport, United States travel blog

A MILLION $ CAMPSITE

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK   .   .   .   . CAMPING RIGHT ON THE WHITE SAND BEACH Long fishing pier - no fishing license needed when staying in the park.   White sand beach, fishing, biking, bird watching, ...

Rockport, Rockport, United States travel blog

Rockport

A travel blog entry by eric_marie_lou

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Nous avons quitté Galveston ce matin pour aller à Rockport Texas. Il y avait des alertes de vents violents en vigueur, alors nous en avons profité pour passer une nuit à l'hôtel. Nous sommes allés souper au Boiling pot. Spécialité, crabes, ...

Heading for Canada, Rockport, United States travel blog

Heading for Canada

A travel blog entry by nodak

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We started our morning with a very nice breakfast that included fresh homemade banana bread and blueberry muffins. We knew we had a very busy day and more than likely would be late in getting into St. John as we followed highway 1 all the way up the ...

THE BBQ, Rockport, United States travel blog

THE BBQ

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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... a Chamber of Commerce favorable to small business that drew them to the area.   When asked if they had ever been to Rockport before coming with nothing but their children and a 5th wheel on their back, Carrie smiled broadly and said “no, but ...

Gulf Coast of Texas, Rockport, United States travel blog

Gulf Coast of Texas

A travel blog entry by westcoastrz

Campground $20 We drove from Beaumont down to Port Bolivar and took a free ferry over to Galveston Island, then followed the coastline down to Rockport. ...

1,000 miles!, Rockport, United States travel blog

1,000 miles!

A travel blog entry by bfrogjules

Wow, 1000 miles already.  We just saw some magic ringneck pheasants in a field, an adult with 2 young 'uns.    They completely vanished when I pulled out my camera to get what I thought was going to be a cool pic.  The magic ...

Escaping the cold in South Texas, Rockport, United States travel blog

Escaping the cold in South Texas

A travel blog entry by rpitts9

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Real nice State Park. Stayed in Site 31 on the beach, cold and windy unable to enjoy site. Moved to the woods site 118 after 2 nights.  Traffic good going down, beach site only good if weather is good.  Wooded sites more private and out of ...