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Old 03-22-2006, 04:14 AM   #1
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We just came across Elk Neck State Park just south of Elkton MD. At the last exit on !-95 in MD it's less than 5 miles south. They are open all year w/hookups. They are about the "last chance" stop leaving or returning to warm, sunny New England in the dead of winter, when it's too cold to park overnight at a Jersey Pike rest stop. (From there it's a 6+ hr hike to RI)
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We just came across Elk Neck State Park just south of Elkton MD. At the last exit on !-95 in MD it's less than 5 miles south. They are open all year w/hookups. They are about the "last chance" stop leaving or returning to warm, sunny New England in the dead of winter, when it's too cold to park overnight at a Jersey Pike rest stop. (From there it's a 6+ hr hike to RI)
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