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    Point Lookout SP

    http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/pointlookout.aspx 131 sites, 31 with electric hook-up (30 amp), 24 with full hook-ups Water spigots located throughout camping loops. No bathhouse in Tulip Loop, as it is for self-contained units using full hookups only. Pets allowed in...
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    Winterizing an un-used water system

    It was not. It had just been sitting outside unused for a while. Was very dirty, but otherwise in great shape; no evidence of moisture, critter damage, etc.
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    Tuckahoe SP

    Yes, Tuckahoe and Martinak are kind of "sister" parks, and have many combined events throughout the year. I have visited Martinak while scouting for family reunion locations, but liked Tuckahoe much better. I felt Tuckahoe was cleaner and prettier, with more on-site activities. The waterfront...
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    Tuckahoe SP

    http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/eastern/tuckahoe.aspx Site Details: We stayed in the Electric Loop, site #14. Site was heavily wooded and very private; we were surrounded by woods on three sides, and could only see our neighbors across the narrow loop road. Site included a picnic...
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    Winterizing an un-used water system

    Hi All! We're getting ready to winterize our pup for the first time. My question is, do we need to do anything to the water lines if we don't even use the water system? We don't have a shower; just a sink and grey water tank (no fresh water tank, according to DH). We bought the camper back in...
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    New Germany SP

    http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/newgermany.aspx 48 sites, divided amongst 3 camping loops. No hookups anywhere in the park, but there is a water filling and dump station in the lake area. Pets are allowed in the Hemlock camping loop, on all trails (except during winter), and...
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    What do you say to people who walk through your site?

    Holy cow, that's crazy! Great stories and suggestions, everyone! At the end of the day, while it's highly annoying and I imagine we'll continue to politely ask people not to cut through, I don't want to make a big stink and spend too much time stressing over it, when we should be enjoying the...
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    What do you say to people who walk through your site?

    We were camping this past weekend in a very family/kids-oriented campground, and had the site right next to the bath house. Great for allowing our 6 year-old to walk to the bathroom alone, horrible for people walking right through our site to get to the bathroom. Mostly kids, but I saw a few...
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    Knoebels Amusement Resort

    Elysburg, PA - Knoebels Campground http://www.knoebels.com/stay/knoebels-park-campground Hundreds of sites, all with electric. Most have 30 amp, but a few have 50 amp. No water or sewer hookups, but there are several water filling stations and a dump station near the campground entrance. Pets...
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    Harpers Ferry KOA

    http://www.harpersferrykoa.com/ 200+ sites, with various hookup levels, plus cabins. Primitive, Water/Elec, and Full hookups all offered. Back-in and pull-through sites available. Pets are allowed everywhere except cabins, inside buildings, and pool area. Stayed here in July of 2016 Site...
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    VT - Need recommendations

    *REPOSTED FROM VT CAMPGROUND REVIEWS FORUM* (looks like this is the more appropriate place to ask for recommendations -sorry for the duplicate) Hi all- We're looking at camping in VT and ME next summer, and looking for campground recommendations for the former. I'm torn between Maple Hill...
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    VT - Need recommendations

    Hi all- We're looking at camping in VT and ME next summer, and looking for campground recommendations for the former. I'm torn between Maple Hill Campsites (http://maplehillcamp.com/) in Bristol, and Meadowcrest (http://www.meadowcrestcampground.com/) in East Barre. Both are close enough to...
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    Greenbrier SP

    http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/greenbrier.aspx 165 sites, 40 with electric hook-up (30 amp) No water/sewer hookups; water spigots located throughout camping loops. Pets allowed in Cedar and Dogwood loops of campground, trails, and day-use area (from Oct 1 - Apr 30 only)...
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    Susquehanna SP

    http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/susquehanna.aspx 69 sites, 6 with electric hook-up (30 amp) No water/sewer hookups; water spigots located throughout camping loops. Pets allowed in campground, all trails, and day-use area. Stayed here in June of 2016 Site Details: We...
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    Cunningham Falls SP

    Good to know re: Houck area. I love the Manor area, but would be nice to be able to walk to the lake and falls, and not deal with the traffic getting into the park. As far as pets go, I know that they are allowed in the day use/picnic shelter area at Manor, which is was I was referring to...




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