Sugar Ridge RV Village Campground Danville, VT

Sugar Ridge is a really nice campground. There is plenty of space between sites and each site was level with a gravel foundation. We had a full hook up with partial shade. The campground had a swimming pool, tennis courts, several playgrounds, basketball courts, an 18 hole mini golf (free to campers), a camp store,Continue reading “Sugar Ridge RV Village Campground Danville, VT”

Portsmouth, New Hampshire Sea Coast Camping and RV Resort North Hampton, NH

Sometimes in life, things don’t work out the way you had hoped. This was the case of our stay in New Hampshire. First, let me say, that the state is a beautiful state…..we just didn’t get to experience it because, 1) we were only there for 2 1/2 days and 2) we were there onContinue reading “Portsmouth, New Hampshire Sea Coast Camping and RV Resort North Hampton, NH”

Shady Knoll Campground Brewster, Massachusets

Shady Knoll in Brewster proved to be pretty centrally located on Cape Cod. It was about an hours drive to Provincetown on the tip of the “Horn”, about 45 minutes to Sandwich and about 30 minutes to Chatham. Brewster itself had many attributes, including some interesting stores and antique shops. It’s in Brewster that HowieContinue reading “Shady Knoll Campground Brewster, Massachusets”

Melville Ponds Campground Portsmouth, Rhode Island

Currently we are at Melville Ponds Campground. This is a really nice campground with very spacious sites but again the sites are flat but not level. The foundation is gravel with grass around your site. Amenities include fishing, shower houses, a dog park, camp store and playground. It is close to shops and restaurants. CableContinue reading “Melville Ponds Campground Portsmouth, Rhode Island”

Seaport RV Resort, Old Mystic, Connecticut

Our stay here was just one night – short and sweet. The sites were spacious and level but completely in the open so no shade or privacy. Amenities included a pool, a playground, dog park and mini golf. On the property was a large building where boats were being restored. The first boat was 120Continue reading “Seaport RV Resort, Old Mystic, Connecticut”

The Great Divide Campground Newton, New Jersey (NYC)

This campground was an “add on” when we decided to add New York City to our existing itinerary. It’s an interesting place – rolling hills and sprawled out making it a little difficult to maneuver a big rig into your campsite. When we made our reservation, we were told that the camp sites are level…..well,Continue reading “The Great Divide Campground Newton, New Jersey (NYC)”

Shady Pines MH and RV Resort Galloway Township, NJ

We are in a full hook up site with a good amount of shade. THIS site is level, however, the original site we were assigned to was NOT. This campground is mostly seasonal or permanent residents with about 10% of the sites being transient. The permanent sites are very level, but not so with theContinue reading “Shady Pines MH and RV Resort Galloway Township, NJ”

Lighthouse Beach RV Resort Millsboro, Delaware

We arrived here following Lancaster County. We were on the road only about 3 hours but the roads were pretty rough until we entered Delaware. It seems that this campground is almost completely converted to all full time RV’ers. It looks like we are in 2 out of 3 available transient sites. We are inContinue reading “Lighthouse Beach RV Resort Millsboro, Delaware”

Harpers Ferry/Civil War Battlefield KOA – Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

It was only about an hour from Cherry Hill, but due to traffic, it took us about two hours to arrive at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Check in was an easy process and they had a very nice camp store – not too much in the way of actual camping supplies, but a nice varietyContinue reading “Harpers Ferry/Civil War Battlefield KOA – Harpers Ferry, West Virginia”