Assateague Island National Seashore Campground
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Breakfast at the Bay Country Bakery in Cambridge- this is a tiny gem right on route 50. They had a nice assortment of teas, which made me very happy after a night "boondocking" in the van. The choices and quality of pastries was amazing and it was obviously a very popular stop. If you are driving through Cambridge, don't miss it!!!
Quiet, peaceful, serene....we had the campground at Assateague nearly all to ourselves. We woke up to the sound of the waves crashing on the beach and got up in time to see the sunrise. After a walk on the beach we set up our teapot on the picnic table to brew some tea and have a bite to eat. Sitting among the dunes was a perfect place to have a …
Assateague Island National Seashore – MD district—April 18 and May 1, 2015 – $25 with pass $12.50 but might be going up.
This NPS campground has always been one of my favorites and on our recent three week camping trip from RI to NC we stopped for two days going down and two days coming back. The campground is divided …
... Some facts: Longest bridge-tunnel complex in the world, 100 miles of piles, 17.6 miles from shore to shore. The cafe also serves the worst coffee. Our Italian cappuccino was a bad blend of what appeared to be hot chocolate and coffee - so sickly sweet that I could not drink it. We briefly stood on the island in the middle of the bridge - tunnel complex looking out over the Atlantic, ...
... what we're going to be looking for on our future beachcoming!
Next stop was "linner" as Barb calls it, at her favorite crabcake restaurant, Captain's Galley II, on the waterfront in the Ocean City harbor. We three enjoyed the crab filled cakes and adult Orange Crush drinks.
Thanks Barb for a wonderful visit! Time to move up the road…Annapolis, MD is our next stop and a hopeful boating ...