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The two RV Gypsies parked their RV at
Chesapeake Bay RV Resort in Gloucester, Virginia

August 9-11, 2014

The road just before entering Chesapeake Bay RV Resort

Chesapeake Bay RV Resort - Thousand Trails sign
The road just before entering Chesapeake Bay RV Resort

This was a very big campground and quite nice.

Quote from campground web site - "A 280-acre waterfront Thousand Trails RV campground set along the banks of beautiful Piankatank River, offering both shady and open campsites. Chesapeake Bay RV Camping has full hook-up sites plus tent sites and rental cabins. Facilities at this coastal Virginia RV campground are clean and well maintained. Our friendly, welcoming staff is on call 24 hours.

Upstream from the Chesapeake Bay, Piankatank River is perfect for boating, water skiing, jet skiing, swimming, crabbing, and fishing. Both saltwater and freshwater fishing are within a quarter mile boat ride from Chesapeake Bay RV Camping.

Nearby are 3 "living history" towns of unparalleled historical significance. Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown and the Jamestown Settlement make up what is known as Virginia's "Historical Triangle", and the beautiful Colonial Parkway that connects them is worth the drive if you do nothing else. Three charming villages - Gloucester Courthouse, Mathews Courthouse and Urbanna - are within a half hour's drive, with unique shops, historic buildings and museums, wonderful restaurants, art studios and galleries."

Below: The RV of the two RV Gypsies. The roads were dirt/gravel roads that kicked up a lot of dust. Otherwise, this was a nice park, especially for families with kids.

NO TV via antenna.

the new yard of the two RV Gypsies at Chesapeake Bay RV Resort in Virginia
boats at the dock in the campground
view from the dock in the camground
view from the dock in the camground
the rec room building
inside the rec room
mural on the wallof the rec room

The adult lounge

The adult lounge
piano in the adult lounge



Two views of the Adult only pool. The two RV Gypsies did not use it because it closed too early in the day.

the Adult only pool
the Adult only pool

The kids and family pool is right next to the adult only pool, but separated by a fence.

the kids and family pool

Below: Lee pretended to take a bite out of a giant ice cream cone at the campground store. He did actually buy some ice cream, and they were extra large and very inexpensive (but not as large as the ice cream cone shown below).

laughing clipart dudeLee Duquette and a giant ice cream cone
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Menu for the two RV Gypsies in Virginia
August 6-17, 2014
You may visit these 17 sections in any order you choose.

US Marine Corp emplemNational Museum of the Marine Corps

Snowflex tubing plus a video

the cities of Lynchburg & Madison Heights

A bike ride on the Riverwalk

The Singing Tower in Luray

downtown Hampton

Gloucester Point Beach Park

Shenandoah National Park

Luray Caverns - flashback

Enchanted Dragon Mirror Maze

Skyline Caverns in Front Royal

U.S. Navy emblemHampton Harbor Cruise, Naval Ships & Fort Wool

pizzaAngela's Italian Restaurant

August 2014.

Chesapeake Bay RV Resort - TT

Lynchburg Thousand Trails Campground

Prince William Forest RV
in Dumfries

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