Nelson’s Family Campground: East Hampton, CT

When we competed at the 2018 Hebron Harvest Fair, we camped at Nelson’s Family Campground.

We stayed on site T-48.

Although this site was directly across from the campground’s service center, it was a perfect site for us, as it had a very roomy grass area to walk the dogs.

 

This campground had a lot to offer!

  • Themed Weekends with Scheduled Activities
  • 60′ Swimming Pool
  • Snack Bar (limited hours)
  • Pool Tables
  • Horseshoes
  • Shuffleboard
  • Basketball courts
  • Volleyball court
  • Softball and Soccer Fields
  • Mini Golf
  • Fishing
  • Bingo
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed (on leash)
  • Firewood & Ice Sales
  • Camp Store
  • Laundromat
  • On-site RV Sales & Service

Sandy Beach RV and Camping Resort: Coontocook, NH

We camped here while attending the 2018 Hopkinton State Fair.

We stayed on site G9

We arrived much later than expected and it was SO dark that we missed a turn.  People at this campground were so nice  – before we knew it we had a whole crew of people helping us back up (NOT an easy thing to do where we ended up!) One of the campers even drove in their golf cart to lead us to our campsite. I don’t know what we would have done without their help that night!

There was plenty of space to walk the dogs.  All the campers were so excited to meet the “dock dogs!”

This was our first time staying at this campground – but we liked it so much that we already booked it for the 2019 Hopkinton Fair!

Bedford Creek Marina and Campground: Sackets Harbor, NY

On our way to the K9 Central Wild Card Double Header, we stayed overnight for the first time at Bedford Creek Marina and Campground .

We had a nice end spot with room to walk the dogs.

When Rita and I went for our first walk, look at what we saw at someone’s campsite!  I was hoping we’d get to see the GSP, but we didn’t.  Maybe next time!

This campground offers a beach, boat rentals, marina, pizza & ice cream shop, and mini golf!

Margarita and I walked down to see the beach in the morning.

What a view!

Rita enjoyed stalking all the birds!

Taking in the views!

 

This campground was a great stop-over!

Village Green Family Campground: Brimfield, MA

We camped for the first time at Village Green Family Campground when we competed at Klem’s DockDog Days.

This campground had been hit hard by a tornado in 2011.  They are still working to recover from the tragic losses that ensued from that disaster.  However, the owners could not have been nicer, and despite what the campground had been through, it looked great and was very enjoyable.

Our campsite was private and had a HUGE living space…perfect for letting the dogs out!

 

Natural Bridge / Lexington KOA: Natural Bridge, VA

On the way home from the DockDogs World Championship, we did an over night stay at Natural Bridge / Lexington KOA in Natural Bridge, VA.

Our Campsite:

Margarita taking a stroll around the campground – she was fascinated by the free-roaming chickens!

We had a very nice stay at this campground.  If you have never seen the Natural Bridge, this is definitely a trip to add to your travel wish list!

Wytheville KOA: Wytheville, Virginia

This may have been the most fun we’ve ever had at a campground!

On the way out to Knoxville, TN for the DockDogs World Championship, we stopped for an overnight stay at Wytheville KOA.

Not only was this campground super dog friendly, it had a snack bar, an arcade, batting cages, AND a bowling alley!

The Arcade:

The Batting Cages:

 

The Bowling Alley:

Margarita got excited to see a few other “doggies” she could play with!  HaHa!

                                                                                     Not much further to go!!