Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Happy Campers

Somehow I've become the office expert on camping. I've had three co-workers come to me for camping advice.

If you read this blog, you know how scared they should be.

So far, the number one question I receive is where to camp. 

The boys and I have only camped in two different kinds of campgrounds: state parks and backyards.

Our first camping trip (when I still had diapers to content with), was to Westmoreland State Park in Tidewater, Virginia. Westmoreland was the site of my first camping trip (when I was in diapers myself).

Since then, we've spent our annual summer camping trip at Shad Landing in Pocomoke River State Park on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

Last summer we also spent a weekend at Rocky Gap State Park in Western Maryland.

All of these locations were wonderful.  I can't say enough good things about Maryland's state parks. We've encountered nothing but friendly staff, clean bathrooms and great facilities. Our experience with the parks in our neighboring states is slim, but so far, they've been equally pleasant.

Where is your favorite place to camp?

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