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Old 08-20-2012, 09:35 AM   #1
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Delaware seasonal camping- Pine Haven?

Hi, we just purchased a new TT in April. We love the beach and are looking for a seasonal/permanent spot in Delaware. We've narrowed it down to Homestead in Georgetown and Pine Haven near Milford. All the other places closer to the beach are more than we can afford. I've heard good things about Homestead, but their season is short (May1-Sept30). I can't find anything about Pine Haven, although the man I spoke to on the phone was very nice. There is also a Pine Haven in New Jersey, and the web links I've seen always take me there. Lol. Has anyone had any experience with this place? Thanks!
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:02 PM   #2
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I have a seasonal site at Lost Lands in Selbyville DE. Nice and quite big lots. I am selling the deck and shed on my site as I am moving south and this is my last year there.
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We checked them out too. We really want to keep our lot rent below 3000 if we can, and that limits our choices. It's a sacrifice we're willing to make to save a little money and have our place at the beach <3
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Lost Lands is less then 3,000? But if you have kids there is nothing there but the pool for them to do if you want peace and quite not far from the beach. It is the place.
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