The most expensive campground of the trip

Having enjoyed the mountains of North Carolina & Virginia, we pointed the RV east and headed back to the coast, which we hadn’t seen since the Florida panhandle almost 3 weeks prior.

Some may ask: “since we were towing a sailboat this entire time – why we didn’t take the coastal route from Florida (through Savannah, GA and up through Charleston, SC and Wilmington, NC)?” And, the real reason for that is: that we have been to those places (lovely though they are) on more than one occasion, on previous trips, and when you live in Florida for any extended period of time, you do miss the mountains a bit.

Anyway, back to our chosen route…from Shenandoah National Park (VA) we headed to Kiptopeke State Park (still VA), which is a park located at the southern end of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and it takes the prize for THE most expensive campsite of our year long road trip!

After paying $23 for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, we then paid $51.33 for one night in an open field type campground at Kiptopeke State ParkNothing special about this park.

RV hookups – Yes.

Privacy – No.

Worth stopping & paying over $50 for – Definitely not.

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We did go for a cycle around the area, very pretty & rural
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Definitely in crab country now
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Also mud country as it turns out – Dominic’s Crocs made it out!

Dominic has broken many a flip-flop getting stuck in mud, but these Crocs Unisex MODI Sport Croslite Flip-Flops White/Navy/Pepper Size EU 36-37 – US M4W6 have really stood the test of time – and some very sucky mud – and are still going strong.

Needless to say, we didn’t spend long at Kiptopeke State Park, just one night in fact and then onwards, forever heading north towards Canada.

Join us next, when we travel from Virginia to Maine.

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