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Old 01-12-2012, 12:14 PM   #1
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Campgrounds on the ocean

Looking for a campground that would be good for kids, has full hookups and is on the ocean in the ocean city or virginia beach areas. Would like to be in walking distance of the beach and have other stuff to do close to the park ... Thank you for any suggestions
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To the north of Ocean City is Delaware Seashore SP. Has full hookups and won't break the bank like a lot of other places will.

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We camp on the beach regularly in Florida. However I try to avoid camping if there is a strong breeze (my favorite weather) off the ocean. The amount of salt that can penetrate an RV is significant. I've spent as as 3 hours hosing down my coach after just one weekend on the east coast after a steady easterly 15-25 mph breeze.
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Looking for a campground that would be good for kids, has full hookups and is on the ocean in the ocean city or virginia beach areas. Would like to be in walking distance of the beach and have other stuff to do close to the park ... Thank you for any suggestions
You may want to check out the Virginia Beach State Park. If you have been in the service I hear Fort Monroe is nice and not crowded.
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You may want to check out the Virginia Beach State Park. If you have been in the service I hear Fort Monroe is nice and not crowded.
First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach.
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Like the above poster said, First Landing State Park is on the water.

Usually we are not a fan of private campgrounds but when we visit the Virginia Beach area we stay at the Virginia Beach Holiday Travel Park. Yea the sits are close together but we are usually out and about during our stay. They have a parking lot a couple of blocks from the beach. This way there is not trying to find a parking spot when visiting the beach.

Bring the bicycles, many paved bicycle paths around the beach area. The campground is only around one mile from the boardwalk / beach area.

Take a ride to the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. From there you can bicycle to False Cape State Park and into North Carolina. We did this during our last visit.

Best of luck with your decisions.
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Thanks for all the info
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