Our Top Ten Campgrounds For June 2012- June 2013

Today is the first day of summer and everyone’s thoughts are turning to spending time outdoors. So we thought we’d share the top ten campgrounds we’ve used this past year. These are not in any order of preference just listed as we thought about them. We hope you get to enjoy them.

beach, SGI

St. Georges Island State Park

St. Georges Island State Park

   Appalachicola, Florida

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Bandit's Roost On Kerr-Scott Lake

Bandit’s Roost On Kerr-Scott Lake

Bandit’s Roost COE (Corps of Engineers) Campground

Wilkesboro, North Carolina

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kayaking, photography, Kentucky

Energy Lake At LBL

Piney  LBL Campground 

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area

Kentucky and Tennessee

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Atalaya, architecture

Huntington Beach State Park

Huntington Beach State Park

Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

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wildflowers, Vermont

Winhall Brook Campground

Winhall Brook COE Campground

South Londonderry, Vermont

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Assateague Island

Assateague Island

Assateague Island National Seashore

Assateague Island, Maryland

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Near Camden Hills SP

Near Camden Hills SP

Camden Hills State Park

Camden, Maine

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Georgia Veterans State Park

Georgia Veterans State Park

Georgia Veterans State Park

Cordele, Georgia

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Promised Land State Park

Promised Land State Park

Promised Land State Park

Greentown, Pennsylvania 

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Historical Site Near Fishermans Memorial SP

Historical Site Near Fishermans Memorial SP

Fishermans Memorial State Park

Narragansett, Rhode Island

2 thoughts on “Our Top Ten Campgrounds For June 2012- June 2013

  1. Hello, How did you like the Camden area? It’s one of my favorite places in Maine. Such a great little town. I loved all the old sea captain’s homes that are now B&B’s. What other places on Rt. 1 have you visited? We used to vacation at Boothbay before we bought our island. I really liked that too. Maybe you will get up near the island. It’s down from Addison, which is pretty small. I’m not even sure I could give you directions any longer. It’s been a long time (13 years) since we were last there. It’s such a great drive, I know you will love it. My sister has left on her wild west adventure. Right now they are in Laramie, WY heading for the Flaming River Gorge. Jan says they have gone to some really nice places. One of her favorites was Scott’s Bluff in Nebraska. Never heard of it, but I will put it on my list of places to visit. They have already seen moose, antelope, big horn sheep, mule deer, and other small animals, even 2 prairie rattlers. Those I could do without. We just got back from our trip to the Dominican Rep. The resort was very nice but the country is so terribly poor. It’s sad to see how the people live. Almost everyone at the resort was from Puerto Rico, which is only about 200 miles away. We were definitely in the minority. No one speaks English. We had a few problems with the room and it was so hard finding someone to understand what we wanted. It was still a nice vacation. We went with Eddy’s daughter and her family, so there were 7 of us. I brought back an intestinal bug, but the doctor just gave me some meds so hopefully I will be back to normal soon. Got to go, I have spaghetti cooking. Hope everything is fine. Have fun and be safe.

    Hugs,

    Patty

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