Big Oaks Family Campground
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I just spent a few fantastic days!:) Along with the beach I did a little Europe prep. Well to say the least organizing all my stuff at midnight with the family all asleep in the pop up is quite the feat so I should probably add that to my resume. The "sort of spontaneous adventure" starts now, so stay tuned... P.s this is a brief post just to get the blog out ...
We are homeward bound after leaving Baltimore. Monday in Georgetown Yacht Basin on the Sassafras River - We started our trip there and wanted to return to this pretty place. Tuesday in Cape May at Utschs Marina after an 8 hour run down the C and D Canal and the boring Delaware Bay. Wednesday at Atlantic City at the Flagers State Marina located at the Golden Nugget Casino. A trip to their 6th floor pool was quite ...
It's so nice to have a bus stop right here at the campground so we can more easily explore the local habitat. And since this is our last day here, we took advantage of that convenience and caught the bus into Rehoboth Beach, seven miles away. For only $3.70 each we received a day pass that let us ride multiple ...
Today, Mike decided to get some serious biking in with a 22-mile round-trip ride to Fenwick Island, Bethany Beach and back. Unfortunately, the rear tire went flat less than a mile from the park and so he had to walk the bike from there. That 8/10 of a mile seemed really long!
Back at the campsite, he attempted to replace the flat ...
We arrived just after noon, and after settling in, Mike biked over the bridge (a very cool bridge over the Indian River Inlet) to a seafood and arts festival going on at the Marina next door. A couple of oysters and a tropical drink later (and a little shopping), he was back with his report. Besides the fun festival, he discovered a nice pedestrian lane over the ...