Frontier Town Campground, Berlin, MD

We camped at Frontier town Campground in Berlin, MD for Cello’s Pooch Palooza dock diving event.  I have to say – this may be one of my favorite campgrounds!

 I can’t wait to go back!!

This campground boats a theme park, water park, crabbing docks, arcade, restaurant (with excellent food!!), saloon, miniature golf, horse back riding, water park, and a “High Ropes” obstacle course suspended in the air in the trees!

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We stayed on site “Red 14” (Z 16) – and it was AWESOME! The only other site we saw that was slightly better view than ours was Z 16.

Our site, Z 14:

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The site was on the water, was very large, nicely landscaped, and had a very nice stone fire pit.DSC06849

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Around the campground…

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This is the first campground we’ve been to that had a Saloon!!DSC06962

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No, Brian, no one is coming to bail you out…Cello, maybe…!DSC07682

Real Jaws movie prop at the campground!DSC07633

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This is the view just a few steps away from our site:

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“High Ropes” obstacle course in the trees:DSC07390

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This campground was fun, beautiful, and just minutes away from SO many great places like Ocean City, Assateague, and the quaint town of Berlin, MD!

Both Lager and Rita camped here as well the following year!

Atlantic City North Family Campground, Tuckerton, NJ

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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:

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Same campsite (#107) in 2014:

…This time with Hooch!

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…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! Processed with Snapseed.

Margarita enjoyed her walks at Atlantic City North Campground:

Margarita is learning to “adapt” to the GLAMping life:

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Whiskey stayed here in 2018 for the first time!

Back to Holiday Park Campground, Greensboro, MD

November 2013

Cello was participating in a dock diving contest in Easton, and Holiday Park was the closest campground to Easton.  We had been here before (our first camping trip with our travel trailer almost a year ago) and enjoyed the campground, our view, and the location (close to St. Michaels, Easton, and Annapolis).   Friends Brandi, Stan, their daughter, Payton, and their dog Guinness joined us for this trip.  Cello won her first 1st place medal while dock diving, and for the first time won 1st place overall in the Masters Division of her dock diving contest!

Our campsite

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View from our campsite

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The “champion” on our campsite 🙂

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Lake in Wood Resort, Narvon, PA

October 2013

Lake in Wood Resort…Probably the coolest campground we’ve been to yet!  Also one of thee prettiest, and well-kept campgrounds!  This campground also had wood carvings and totem poles everywhere!  In addition, the “cabins” you could rent were not cabins at all – – they were a double-decker bus, tee-pee, caboose, etc!  Cello rates this one 5 paws!

We had lots  of company on this trip! Friends Brandi, Stan, their daughter, Payton, and dog, Guinness (they just bought a travel trailer and this was their very first trip with it!!) , Aunt Joyce and Uncle Johnny, and friends Chris and Cindy with their dog, and Cello’s boyfriend, Memphis!

Our campsite

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Some of the totem poles and wood carvings around the  campground

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“Cabin” rentals

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Cello and Memphis inn the fenced-in dog run!

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Memorial Day! The Depot Travel Park, Cape May, NJ

May 2013

We were invited by friends Jerry and Russ and their dog Dixie to got to The Depot Travel Park for Memorial Day weekend. We had a blast visiting local wineries (all dog friendly!) and sitting around the campfire at night.

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photo 1 (12)Cello met another (bigger!) female GSP at the campground.

Blue Rocks Family Campground for Jen’s 41st Bday

April 2013

Aunt Joyce and Uncle Johnny, and friends Chris and Cindy and their dog, Memphis (one of Cello’s boyfriends) joined us on this trip.  I had a great birthday – we hiked, then had a little birthday party around the campfire with cake and cupcakes!

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View from our campsite

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South Forty Camp Resort, Petersburg, VA

March 2013

On our way home from Myrtle Beach, we decided to try another stop-over location.  We stayed the night at South Forty Camp Resort.  It was a quick visit, just to get some sleep before continuing on our travels home.  I forgot to take a picture of our campsite at this campground – but here were our views from the campsite…

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Easter Trip! Ocean Lakes Campground, Myrtle Beach, SC

March 2013

Our Easter destination with friends Jerry, Russ, and their dog Dixie, was to Ocean Lakes Campground. Ocean Lakes was quite the experience!  It was like it’s own little city – over 2,000 sites, on 310 acres! It was HUGE! And everyone there had golf carts – it was quite the experience!  Cello got to walk on the beach each morning, and we took day trips to Conway, Georgetown (lots of dog friendly bars/restaurants!), and Murrells Inlet. We ate Easter dinner in our trailer – Jerry made lasagna roll-ups, and I made meatballs, sausage, and gravy.  What a great time we had!

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North/South Lake, Haines Falls, NJ

July 2012

North/South Lake was another favorite trip of ours.  The campground was beautiful, our site was right on the water, and we had a bear walk right by our campsite each night!  It was so neat to see, but very scary to have a bear only 15-20 feet away from us!  We had to sign a waiver at this campground about the bear, and agree to take the necessary precautions – which luckily WE did – because that bear that walked by our campsite ransacked another tenting family’s tent who didn’t follow the rules, and had food inside their tent!  Great hikes here as well.

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View from our campsite (on the water)

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Blue Rocks Family Campground, Take 2

April 2012

Back to Blue Rocks Family Campground for our second camping trip ever, and for the first of many camping trips in the 2012 camping season.  It was also for my 40th birthday (am I really that old??) It dropped down to 29 degrees the first night, and snowed… We had a below-freezing rated sleeping bag, and sat around the fire for as long as we could before retiring to our tent.  To go to sleep in the tent, I had a layer of Under Armour on, a layer of thermals, a layer of sweat pants, a winter coat, a winter hat, and hand/foot warmers jammed every which place I could find!  Oddly, Cello slept in our sleeping bag for only a short time before working her way out to on top of the covers!  Crazy dog!  Luckily, the rest of the weekend was warm, and we had an enjoyable time.

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We had to pack Cello her own chair for around the fire since during our first camping trip she “stole” Brian’s the first time he got up out of it!

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Cello loved being in the tent!  We brought some of her “bed buddy’s” from home to keep her company 🙂

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