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Beaver Valley Campground in Cooperstown, NY

We came to Cooperstown, NY to see the Baseball Hall of Fame.  We are staying in a campground called Beaver Valley which is really nice!  It’s geared to baseball players who are here for a tournament either here at the campground (there’s a baseball diamond here!) or at the nearby “Dreams Fields” location.

There are lots of choices, tent sites, RV sites, and quite a few cabins.  Our site is in a wooded area that would be really nice in warm weather.  Unfortunately, the week we are here (mid-August!) it is cold and rainy.  Oh well!  They have some sites in a meadow, several walking trails, a pond and two laundry rooms.  They also have a playground for the kids and a pony lives here too!

Here’s my review on Yelp:


Fla-Net Campground; very nice

While in New Jersey we stayed about 40 minutes away from Uncle Tony and Aunt Lois.  There aren’t that many campgrounds in the area and this was the closest one that would take Laddy.

It was a very nice RV Park; the one drawback was NO TV!  We solved that when Aunt Lois lent us several DVD movies so we would have something to watch in the evenings.  Yea!

Here’s my review of the park on Yelp:

We were delighted to find the RV Park here at Quantico, VA makes us feel we’re in the woods

I was pleasantly surprised when we pulled into the Aquia Pines RV Park at Quantico and found it a wooded, rustic park that has a feel of being out in the woods even though we’re right next door to I-95.  We’re just over a small hill from the freeway but can’t hear it at all.   The sites are shaded and large and very nice.

Here are a couple of pictures:

St Andrews State Park at Panama City Beach – RV Park that’s like staying in the wilderness

Panama City Beach has a feel of being a real “Spring Break” kind of place.  Lots of places to buy or rent wetsuits, snorkeling gear, bikinis, hamburgers.  Lots of big resorts next to run-down summer rental townhouses.

But driving just a couple of miles to the St Andrews State Park was like driving back into the Florida wilderness.  It’s rustic and quiet here, our site backed onto the Grand Lagoon and had lots of bushes and trees to give a sense of privacy.  There are several white-tail deer that live right in the campground, we saw them every day.

Lovely place to stay!

Here’s my review of this park:,

and here are a few pictures of our site: