BEST WESTERN PLUS Chincoteague Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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The Conaway's and the Beauchamp's left Stockton, MD at 5 p.m. and the Porter's fell in the convoy in Snow Hill. We traveled to Cumberland , MD and slept in a Walmart lot. This night start enabled us to avoid the morning work traffic from the Bay Bridge north. 281 miles traveled.
JNSM tent camping two nights at Tom's Cove Campground. Nice place and great location. Enjoyed the dock, bike riding, going into town, the carnival, and the ponies. A lot of bug bites. Beautiful weather. The Famous and Chincoteague Diner were recommended places to ...
We crossed back over to the east side today. We took advice from a couple who have had many years of experience in the CB and we decided to stay in Crisfield. We are taking a ferry to Tangiers Island tomorrow. We really like the Marina so we think we made the right choice. The town is depressed (as many are) still struggling with the decline of the oyster and crab industry. The entry into the cove is tricky to see. I am using Navionics as a ...
1. Janes Island State Park, Crisfield, MD - April 30, 2015 with electric hookups and a Maryland Senior Pass (50% off) for Sunday to Thursday camping the cost was around $17.
This campground is on the Daugherty Creek Canal leading to the Chesapeake Bay in southern MD. Our site was right on the canal in the electric loop where we watched the birds, boats and sunsets. There are three loops some with or without ...
1. Cape Hatteras National Seashore, NC – Outer Banks- Ocracoke Campground- April 27, 2015 with pass $10
This is one of four campgrounds in the National Seashore and the only one that takes reservations. None of the campgrounds have hookups. One needs to take the fee ferry from the mainland or the free ferry from Hatteras Island to reach Ocracoke Island.
The campground is one dune away ...