Our Adventures

  • First Trip With Out Mom
    We knew that Camping Without Mom wasn’t going to be easy but it was something that we needed to do. We decided that we wanted to go somewhere familiar and not really have an agenda for the weekend. So I made reservations at our go-to Campground; Island Resort.
  • Ocean City, MD – Our Day Adventure
    Ocean City, an icon for just about anyone who is from Maryland, but I can tell you first hand that it isn’t everyone’s favorite place to visit. I am not big on large crowds of people in one place so my favorite time to visit Ocean City is when it is cold when there is
  • Our Crazy Decision to Upgrade
    If you read When to Upgrade Your Camper you know that we made the switch and sold our Coleman Pop-Up and bought a Travel Trailer. Here is how this crazy idea of Upgrading Your Camper came to life for us.
  • Calvert Cliff Awesome Day Adventure
    If you are looking for a day trip during the summer months, than you have to check out Calvert Cliffs State Park in Southern Maryland. The park is only open during the day and features a sandy beach, unique fossils, a recycled tire playground, fishing, a freshwater and tidal marshland and 13 miles of hiking
  • Assateague Island a Summer Adventure Must!
    I don’t know about you but all this cold weather has me dreaming of the beach and our summer adventures. We love visiting National Parks and Assateague Island National Seashore is one that we visit at least 3-4 times a year. Assateague is known for its wild ponies that inhabit the island and for its
  • Shenandoah Caverns, VA
    Not sure what it is but we love visiting caverns.  So when we camped less than 1/4 miles from Shenandoah Caverns we had to visit!!  Last year we visited Endless Caverns (you can read about our trip here), so we were excited to see how Shenandoah Caverns compared. And everyone agreed Shenandoah was much better
  • Meems Bottom Covered Bridge, VA
    While camping in the Shenandoah over Thanksgiving my mom and dad came across the coolest bridge while they were looking for the flea market. So when they got back they told us we had to go before the kids woke up for their nap. #naptimeadventure It didn’t take long to find the Meems Bottom Covered
  • The Best Way to See Gettysburg with Kids
    Seeing a National Park with 3 kiddos isn’t always the easiest, especially when they have a short attention span and 2 of your littles don’t walk.  Want to see how we toured Gettysburg, read below.
  • First Camping Trip = Epic FAIL!!
    To say our first camping trip was picturesque would be an understatement. In a few words you could say our first camping trip was an epic FAIL!!!