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Graves Island Provincial Park Nova Scotia

Welcome to Graves Island. Yes, this campground is on an island but it is a short drive to get over to the island on a narrow causeway.   The island is just over 100 acres and has a nice trail which goes around a good part of the island. The sites here are very nice and many have great views …

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Cove Oceanfront Campground Parkers Cove Nova Scotia

  The Cove Oceanfront Campground sits on the Bay of Fundy just north of Annapolis Royal in the beautiful Annapolis Valley. It is a convenient, peaceful location with easy access to Annapolis Royal (about 10 minutes) and its tourist attractions and restaurants and shopping.   Campground: Cove Oceanfront Campground Location: Parker’s Cove in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia (on Bay of …

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Welcome to Nova Scotia

We departed Fundy National Park and drove north through Moncton, New Brunswick around the Petitcodiac River in the Bay of Fundy and on to Nova Scotia. While in downtown Moncton we narrowly escaped a 3 meter (9.8 feet) underpass. We have 3 GPS units, a Garmin which sits on the dashboard, our Android (google maps) phone, and an in dash …

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Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick

Welcome to New Brunswick! Alas, we made it. We entered New Brunswick from near Calais, Maine and crossed the border in minutes. Suddenly, we went from terrible roads in Maine to a nice smooth 4 lane highway. It was heaven!  We fueled up easily at one of the many petrol stations along the highway and we were off and running!! …

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Written on Jun, 07, 2019 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
Cobscook Bay State Park Maine

Hands down, one of the greatest campgrounds we have been to! Read more below! We left Acadia National Park and continued northeast on Highway 1 to Cobscook Bay near Lubec, Maine which is the most easterly point in the USA.  Along the way we drove through the clouds, through empty roads, never saw a moose, and hit road construction with …

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Written on Jun, 03, 2019 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
Blackwoods Campground Acadia National Park

We departed Friendship and drove Highway 1 heading northeast to Bar Harbor.  The drive along the way is filled with great scenery as you drive through the quaint town of Camden and on past lobster pound after lobster pound and past a variety of scenic harbors.   We arrived at Acadia National Park only to find the visitor’s centers closed …

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Wolfes Neck Center Freeport Maine

  Just north of Portland in Maine is the small town of Freeport which is home to lots of shopping but is also home to Wolfe’s Neck Center and their Oceanfront Camping. We had read lots of good reviews about this place so we decided to visit and stay a few nights or more.  It was a lovely location with …

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Written on May, 26, 2019 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
Kennebunk Maine

We continued heading east after departing Brattleboro in Vermont and drove through the entire state of New Hampshire on our way to Maine. New Hampshire isn’t very wide so it didn’t take us very long. We did manage to stop at a New Hampshire visitor rest area to fuel up, restock the liquor cabinet (prices are more favorable in New …

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Written on May, 24, 2019 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
Brattleboro Vermont

Again, this time of year it is near to impossible to fine any place to park and sleep in an RV in northern New York, Vermont, or New Hampshire.  Even Walmarts said NO!  State Parks were still closed as were RV parks and other campgrounds. We were just a few days shy of places opening up. We FINALLY found a …

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Written on May, 22, 2019 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
The Villages at Turning Stone RV Park Oneida New York

As we make our way east it is still early in the season where we are far enough north that there aren’t many campgrounds or RV parks open. We have to take what we can get and it works out perfectly for us.  The Villages at Turning Stone is part of the Turning Stone Casino and sits about a mile …

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