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... to keep their charm despite being loved to death by hoards of visitors. It is unlikely we will return - there are still too many places on our list of "must sees".
Our journey today crossed 3 states - started in North Carolina, broke for lunch in Virginia and ended in Maryland. Not much of note except for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge - Tunnel. Not very visually exciting but a major feat ...
... weather at camp and then drove to Assateague Island to explore. I think half of Maryland had the same idea today and the beach parking lots were filled to the brim, overflowing onto the roadways. We managed a quick walk to the beach and even saw a few ponies.
On the way back to camp we stopped at The Chesapeake Farms Gourmet Dairy that a geocache brought us to. We enjoyed the best ice cream we've ever ...
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 ...
... ocean and has four loops of sites with grills and picnic tables. The bathrooms are clean but there are only cold showers. There is not much privacy between sites but they are level and it is an enjoyable place to camp. On the island which is about ten miles long there is a wild pony pen, other beaches, bike trails and the cutest little town with restaurants and shopping.
The lighthouse is worth ...
Assateague Island National Seashore – MD district—April 18 and May 1, 2015 – $25 with pass $12.50 but might be going up.
This NPS campground has always been one of my favorites and on our recent three week camping trip from RI to NC we stopped for two days going down and two days coming back. The campground is divided into the Ocean Loop sections, Bayside and the tenting among the ...