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Pellicer Creek Campground, St Augustine, Florida

Pellicer Creek Campground is located about 20 minutes south of downtown St. Augustine, Fl. The park itself is very quiet, with mostly full-time residents who leave for work during the day. Our site was back-in and a decent size, being able to park our truck in front of our rig and had full hookups.  They had some great amenities like laundry inside the...

Koreshan State Park, Estero, Florida

After staying at one of our favorite campgrounds, Fort De Soto County Park, we moved on to Estero, FL and stayed at Koreshan State Park.  The campsite isn’t nearly as big as what we previously had, but they are nice and secluded with brush lining the edges of each site.  Backing in was a bit tight as there are trees and shrubs lining the edge of the...

Cape Ann Campground, Gloucester, Massachusetts

We originally wanted to stay near Cape Cod, but we had a hard time finding a campsite since it was the end of the season.  Fortunately, we found Cape Ann Campground near Gloucester, Massachusetts to set down for two weeks.  Being in Gloucester, we were close to both Salem, where we wanted to spend Friday the 13th and Boston, where Hayden wanted to visit...

Sunset Point Campground, Harrington, Maine

We were extremely excited to get up to Maine, especially since the weather was starting to cool off a bit.  While we were hoping that the trees were going to be changing color, we seemed to be just a tad too early for that and only got patches of color here and there.  Since we weren’t able to get into a campsite right next to Acadia National Park, we...

West Branch State Park, Ravenna, Ohio

This place is EXACTLY what we needed after spending 9 days at Woodland Village RV and Mobile Home Park, in Portage on top of Hayden spending 5 days at the 2017 Animal Rights Conference.  We needed a place that gave us a good sized space where our neighbors were not right next to us but also let us have access to incredible views and activities.  West Branch...

Singing Hills RV Park, Cave City, Kentucky

After looking at Singing Hills RV Park on Google Earth, we weren’t overly excited to spend any time there. It looked like a big dirt lot. It was just for a week, so even if it was terrible, we could make do. However, we were pleasantly surprised when we pulled in and noticed everything was lush and green and we had a giant field as our next door neighbor...