Big Oaks Family Campground
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Travel Blogs from Rehoboth Beach
... the famous lighthouse ship - the Overfalls. It is one of only 17 remaining lightships.
Our return home takes us by the Colvine Bison Farm where Woody wants to greet his Bovinae friends and inform them that he is a vegetarian. ...
... of my life.
She's completely right. Studying abroad is something I've wanted to do since I started looking at colleges. I have always wanted to travel and see what else is out there. This is my chance!
Many people have told me that this is the best time to travel and I plan on taking advantage of this opportunity to visit many different countries in Europe. Though the idea of being in a foreign country can be scary, I find comfort ...
It's a rainy, cold winter day. We decide to chill out at brother Mark’s house. Satiated with lots of cold beer, Mark provides me with his favorite "Kenny Chesney" hat and guitar. I entertain... mostly myself. ...
The next day, we take Woody on a field trip to the Dogfish Head Brewery located in Milton, DE where my brother lives. Heading into Rehoboth, we find our favorite "Happy Hour" restaurant “Claws” is closed for the season. So we head over to its sister restaurant “Fins”. We dive into a bountiful selection of fresh Oysters on the half shell. ...
... crazy and some chocolate tools (he always says that the only thing he misses not having a house is having tools around, go figure!!!!). Mom got a good laugh when she opened hers and found some dental floss as she can never find that particular brand in France! After that, milk, cookies and carrots are put for Santa (yes, my kids are 24 and 21!!!!) and off to bed we went so that we could get a good night of sleep before the big ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed