Bedford Creek Campground

Address: 16750 Allen Drive, Sackets Harbor, New York, 13685, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 16750 Allen Drive, Sackets Harbor.
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      Travel Blogs from Sackets Harbor

      Introduction to Canadian life: A hockey game

      A travel blog entry by anouk03 on Jan 21, 2015

      3 photos

      January 9, 2015: One of the faculties of the university had organized a trip to a hockey game for us. For the Dutchies, hockey is not field hockey here, it is ice hockey and this difference in naming is completely self-explanatory after having lived here for 2 weeks, during which temperature was above zero for maybe 24 to 48 hours in total.

      The game that I went to was between the Frontenacs (the local team of Kingston) and Oshawa. Literally having zero knowledge of hockey up ...

      Second Outing

      A travel blog entry by winniestravels on Aug 09, 2013

      2 photos

      For our second camping trip we headed out to Rideau Acres campground near Kingston. A nice campground although we we placed on the main road so a fair amount of traffic. Set up was much eaisier this time (we're learning) and we had a nice weekend just chillin'.

      Breaking camp went well also and we were home around 3pm Sunday after an enjoyable drive home. Starting to get the hang of having the trailer behind, so far so good.


      Leaving Ottawa for Kingston

      A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Aug 09, 2012

      6 photos

      ... al, up the Ottawa River to the Rideau Falls, up the Rideau River to its source in the Rideau Lakes, down through the lower Rideau lakes into the Gananoque River system, to the St. Lawrence River at
      Gananoque, and then down the St. Lawrence River to Kingston, the outlet of the Cataraqui River.
      During the war of 1812, naval strength was a major issue. The naval shipyards at Kingston were critical to Canada's defence, and a secure supply route from Montréal to Kingston was ...

      An Overture in the North Country

      A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Nov 26, 2011

      12 comments, 35 photos

      ... exploring the unique traits of an area or region. My first weekend I had the chance to witness the annual Christmas parade in Watertown. It was a breath of fresh air as the community gathered in anticipation of the many floats, bands, costumes and of course Santa. I stood back with a sense of security and pride as a community of people celebrated a tradition that has gone on for many, many years. ...

      The Final Farm

      A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Nov 04, 2011

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... this time to see the comedy 'What’s Your Number?’ An amusing film, a good job considering it’s a comedy, and one that pushed the idea of doing what you love rather than what pays the bills, which I thought was great to see just before I go home and decide what I’m going to do with the next year of my life; to think about the rest of my life is far too daunting, and besides, who knows where I’ll be this time next year, let alone in twenty. ...