Camp Merryelande

Address: 15914 Camp Merryelande Rd, Piney Point, Maryland, 20674-0222, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 15914 Camp Merryelande Rd, Piney Point, is near St. Mary's City and Piney Point Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Piney Point

    Northern Neck - Birthplace of Presidents

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 20, 2014

    33 photos

    ... Fathers". The house is still under renovation and not as opulently decorated as some other Georgian plantation homes of the era. My tour guide was an absolute hoot and claimed to be a direct descendent of slaves on the plantation.

    Virginia is either the 5th or 6th state in the U.S. in terms of wine production, maybe or maybe not ahead of Texas depending on who you listen too. The state claims nearly 300 wineries nowadays, ...

    Back Home

    A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33 on May 07, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    The guys from Ullman Sails (in Deltaville) came by Doziers Marina this morning to pick up our mainsail to fix the torn clew cringle. It should be ready next week.

    Then, we made the 3 hour trip back to the river house, and are now back home washing clothes and cleaning the boat.


    Summer Maintenance and Re-launch of Pas de Deux

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 08, 2012

    22 photos

    ... designed for this. This method affords more blocking options for setting the boat on the ground (slings under the hulls are not in the way) and prevents reverse stresses in the boat structure caused by lifting with slings under the hulls. But this would be a first for both us and Dennis Point.

    Being able to haul Pas de Deux at Dennis Point was a very good discovery as the only viable alternative in the Chesapeake Bay region ...

    Installing the New Rudders

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 21, 2009

    7 photos

    ... yanked the trip line freeing the bucket of rocks and retrieved it, allowing the stock to "float" fully into the casing. It took a little finagling to get it through the smaller diameter top bearing. The rudder was then "floating" up against the hull and ready to be connected. We repeated all this on the port side, this time working only from the transom. For each one we turned the rudder by hand to see if it fouled the hull. They both turned freely. Time for a few ...

    Crab cakes at Stony's

    A travel blog entry by gknopp on May 15, 2008

    ... with the creek surrounding Solomons in sight. When you enter Solomon's, it's hard to appreciate how far back the creek goes and how many marines are in the popular area. We always try to make this simple and anchor near the front of the creek nearby the little place call the the Tiki Bar. Its a little dive on the wharf that only sells beer and only serves it in plastic cups. We have ...