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Old 04-05-2011, 02:36 PM   #11
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Its not concrete, but rather crush and run, which is blue/grey stones mixed with a packing agent. So they are not solid but make a nice pad. That seems to be the norm for the SP`s here.
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Old 04-05-2011, 02:39 PM   #12
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I suppose Delmarva Perfume may be the sweet smell of fresh chicken manure, with all the poultry industry here?
You suppose pretty good.
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Old 04-05-2011, 07:55 PM   #13
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Very nice pics, did you notice if they had sites big enough for a 35 footer? I find that alot of SP's around here are a little on the smaller side. It looks like a very nice place.
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Old 04-05-2011, 08:06 PM   #14
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Very nice pics, did you notice if they had sites big enough for a 35 footer? I find that alot of SP's around here are a little on the smaller side. It looks like a very nice place.
Well mine is 31 ft, 4 more feet would have been no problem in many sites I saw. Sites do vary as with any park, There are some very deep sites that will hold really long rigs. And some are on the smallish side. Here`s the website. It tells you more or less on the reservation site how big a trailer can fit in each site, although they are not always accurate.
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Old 04-08-2011, 12:35 AM   #15
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That looks like a nice place to spend some time. It is too bad that diesel is over $4.00 a gallon. Sallie and I would like to tour the North East states with our trailer. Guess I'll have to buy a lotto ticket.:hihi:
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Crabman I will bet my bottom dollar,as a guy outta Bawlmer,and a frequenter of goin to the Oshin Hon.....I say you got that correct!!!!!!!
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looks amazing...state parks in NY have no hookups so consider yourself lucky...Electric would be nice ...love the tall trees, so serene
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looks amazing...state parks in NY have no hookups so consider yourself lucky...Electric would be nice ...love the tall trees, so serene

Not entirely true.

There are two state parks on Long Island, Hither Hills and Wildwood. Hither Hills only has a handful of water spigots scattered around the park so you have to hook up a hose to fill your camper and then unhook it. Wildwood has water, electric and sewer.
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I love the Crisfield area....When I was a kid, my grandparents would drive from Cecil County MD to Crisfield to buy soft crabs. Every year we made the trek. Back in those days that was a big deal. Years later I bought a boat from a fellow named Bobby Goldsborough in town......he's still there. Stop in when I'm down that way......I'd love to give Janes Island a try.
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It looks beautiful.
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