Big Oaks Family Campground

35567 Big Oak Lane, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 19971, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 35567 Big Oak Lane, Rehoboth Beach, is near Cape Henlopen State Park, Zwaanendael Museum, Nassau Valley Vineyards, and Kings Creek Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Rehoboth Beach

    Vom Sommer zurück in den Frühling

    A travel blog entry by kumei on May 02, 2014

    17 photos

    Die Warmwasserheizung macht weiterhin keinen ****! Also verzichten wir bis zum Ende auf duschen im Womo und werden dazu die Sanitärgebäude (bathhouse) benutzen.

    Der Wind hat gedreht, das Meer ist immer noch rauh, aber das Wetter ist relativ gut. Heute gibt es eine grössere Überführungsetappe (knappe 300 Meilen). Wir starten gegen 10 Uhr. …

    The scenic Delaware Bay, in.... Delaware...

    A travel blog entry by jennyanne on Jul 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... off just before lunch time.



    The canal's current zipped us right out to the Delaware Bay where we spent our afternoon into the evening traveling to the Bay's entrance. Of course the closer we got to the ocean, the higher and choppier the waves got as it seemed all those thunderstorms rolling across land were chasing us out to sea. ...

    3 score years & 10 +1

    A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Jun 29, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... coastal route and ' Island hopping' our way South through Longport and Ocean City. Hurricane Sandy caused major damage in some inland waterways too - as we were driving well inland over an inland tidal area, we could see many boathouses ripped from their moorings, leaning at strange angles, and some totally destroyed .Stopping to talk with a local in the boat shed, he said Sandy had ruined what was ...

    Before the starting gun

    A travel blog entry by forwardandback on Jun 23, 2014

    10'x15'... the past 5 years, 2 bedrooms and 4 floors of our home is now crammed into a one cinder-block cell, the mail has been stopped (doubt I'll miss it) and tenants who will be kindly paying our mortgage for the next 12months are now moved in and we're officially "homeless".
    Bethany Beach is where we'll be calling home for the next few weeks, until we jump out on the road at the end of July.

    I could think of worse places to lay-low for awhile.
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    Cape May - and LOV'N it!

    A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Jun 16, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... us explore at our own pace.
    Today we rode all morning - setting off at 8.30am , finding a garage sale along the way to stop and stooge around , then to the boat harbor .....getting home in time for an alfresco lunch out in the shade on a back deck........needless to say, a little Nana nap was required after lunch, before charging off to the beach on the bikes to catch some late afternoon sun and ...