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Salem Farms Campground | RVBuddy.com

Salem Farms Campground – Salem, CT

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We weekend camped at Salem Farms Campground twice last year. The owners are great people. They work very hard for their campers.
Creekfire RV Resort | RVBuddy.com

Creekfire RV Ranch – Savannah, GA

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Creekfire RV Ranch is a large new park that is expanding. The sites are nicely spaced with young...
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RVacation RV Park – Selma, NC

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RVacation RV Park is located in Selma, North Carolina right off I-95, Exit 98. It's a great place for an overnight stop...
Countryside RV Park | RVBuddy.com

Countryside RV Park – Griswold, CT

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Countryside RV Park was our last stop of the summer several seasons ago. After trying other parks and being frustrated by the...
Pelican's Landing Resort | RVBuddy.com

Pelican’s Landing Resort – Sebastian, FL

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Pelican's Landing is a great little RV park located about 7 miles from I-95, exit 156. The RV sites...
Cherrystone Family RV Resort | RVBuddy.com

Cherrystone Family Camping Resort – Cape Charles, VA

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Our stay with Cherrystone Resort last summer was a very pleasant one. From the moment we arrived until the time we could...
Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort - Hilton Head, SC | RVBuddy.com

Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort – Hilton Head, SC

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Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort is a beautiful campground on a barrier island with miles and miles of pristine beaches, numerous restaurants...
OBX Campground | RVBuddy.com

OBX Campgrounds – Kill Devil Hills, NC

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I highly recommend OBX Campgrounds on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It is a fairly new campground. They...
Holiday Trav-L-Park | RVBuddy.com

Holiday Trav-L-Park – Virginia Beach, VA

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Holiday Trav-L-Park is a large, (over 1000 sites!) modern, well maintained campground with a friendly staff. Sites are...
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Big Oaks Family Campground – Rehoboth Beach, DE

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Thank goodness for great friends! They have been asking us to camp with them for years. Since our children are now teenagers...