Gettysburg KOA is a a great choice only a few miles outside of Gettysburg. It’s a smaller campground with nice wooded sites. We booked a pull thru site near the center of the campground, but the campground is small enough that every site is only a short walk to amenities. Near the front of theContinue reading “Gettysburg KOA Review”
So we haven’t been camping in Charleston (yet!) but it’s one of our favorite areas. There is so much to do in and outside of the city of Charleston. We fell in love with Isle of Palms and have rented a condo on the beach there (twice!) We haven’t done everything there is to doContinue reading “Charleston, SC- Things to Do”
After looking at the weather the end of March and seeing perfect temperatures, we decided to book a last minute camping trip. Many campgrounds near us don’t open until April, and the ones that are open are booked already so we landed on Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA in Jonestown, PA. We are KOA reward members soContinue reading “Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA Review and Trip Report”
Myrtle Beach is a great place to visit, and while it’s known for the beach, there are many options of things to do if you want to get beyond the beach. Beach The nice thing about Myrtle Beach is there are so many access points it’s easy to find a roomy beach spot without theContinue reading “Myrtle Beach, SC- Things to Do”
Over Easter break, we decided to make the trip south to Myrtle Beach in search of the ocean and sunshine. After some research, we selected Lakewood Camping Resort. The campground is located on the beach, just a few miles south of the main area of Myrtle Beach. An important thing to note about this campgroundContinue reading “Lakewood Camping Resort (Myrtle Beach) review”
Sedona is a magical place full of amazing scenery (specifically red rocks) It’s about 2 hours outside of Phoenix and definitely worth a visit! There is everything from hiking, off road jeeping, hot air balloon rides, spiritual healers and psychics. If you are interested in the energy aspect Sedona is know to have many vortexes.Continue reading “Sedona”
If you missed the Phoenix part of our trip, click here https://campingwiththekennedys.com/2021/03/04/arizona-trip-phoenix-grand-canyon-and-sedona/ To skip to Sedona: https://campingwiththekennedys.com/2021/03/04/sedona/ The Grand Canyon is one of those must sees once in a lifetime. Pictures can’t do it justice especially in size and scope. We drove to the Grand Canyon from Phoenix, a 3.5 hour super scenic drive. FlagstaffContinue reading “Grand Canyon”
To skip to Sedona: https://campingwiththekennedys.com/2021/03/04/sedona/ To skip to Grand Canyon: https://campingwiththekennedys.com/2021/03/04/grand-canyon/ Although we didn’t camp in Arizona (we stayed in airbnb’s) we did enjoy a lot of hiking and area attractions. While in Sedona we did spot a RV park, Rancho Sedona RV Park that had a great location within walking distance to lots ofContinue reading “Arizona Trip (Phoenix, Grand Canyon, and Sedona)”
Even with COVID, we managed to camp 38 nights in 2020! We were able to squeeze in 3 weekend trips at the end of the season in our new camper, and look forward to being able to use it more. As we move into 2021, we wanted to give a preview of some of theContinue reading “2021 Sneak Peak”
Nickerson State Park is a large campground located in Brewster, Massachusetts at the center of Cape Cod. Not only is it a great campground, its a great place to visit for a day trip. One of our favorite things about Nickerson State Park campground was the cost. Unfortunately, the cost has increased significantly for outContinue reading “Nickerson State Park Cape Cod”
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