For Cello and Hooch’s Family Fun Day dock diving event, we camped at Woodlands Camping Resort in Elkton, MD.
Woodlands Camping Resort is a semi-private camping resort with mostly seasonal sites. They have 5 sites available for transient campers, like us, and also have two cabins available for renting.
Woodlands is totally surrounded by Elk Neck State Forest, and is is only a short drive away from many other Chesapeake Bay area attractions.
We stayed on site 120:
Our site was right at the Veterans Memorial, which they were working on the weekend we stayed at the campground.
Around the campground…
We stayed at this campground again – but this time with our Class A camper – and this time on site 47. Site 47 is my new favorite campsite!
Brian and Whiskey
Site 47 was so spacious, and perfect for walking the dogs!
What a large living space for a campsite!
Brian and Whiskey taking a walk through the campground.
We camped at Atlantic City North Campground for Cello’s second dock diving contest ever held at the Ocean County Gunning and Decoy Festival. We chose to camp here again for the same event in 2014.
Our campsite (#107) in 2013:
Same campsite (#107) in 2014:
…This time with Hooch!
…With our 5th Wheel in 2015 (now with Lager!) and 2016 (now with Margarita!)…our last trip with our 5th Wheel before trading it in!
Margarita enjoyed her walks at Atlantic City North Campground:
Margarita is learning to “adapt” to the GLAMping life:
Whiskey stayed here in 2018 for the first time!
Looking at the AAA magazine one evening, an article caught my eye about a small town in Virginia ranked one of the top 20 small towns in the United States…Staunton, VA. After doing some research, and having never stayed at a KOA before, we decided to give Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA a try for our annual Easter camping trip. Not only was Staunton/Walnut Hills KOA in close proximity to the town of Staunton, it is also located between the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountain ranges on the site of a former walnut plantation…pretty awesome!
Our campsite was right on the lake, and was spacious and clean.
Around the campground…
We are the third camper in from the left.
The campground had a fenced-in dog run, so of course we broke out the “Chuck-It,” and let Cello run like the wind!
The sunsets we saw from our campsite were amazing!
We got to see and do some really incredible in and around Staunton, which you will see in upcoming posts!