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River Beach Campsites
Milford, Pennsylvania
October 4-5, 2014

SPECIAL COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES

River Beach Campsites was a nice campground, but there were no sewers and only 30-amp hook-ups. Although the Wi-Fi tower was quite near the two RV Gypsies' RV, the unsecured Wi-Fi provided by the campground did not show up most of the time, and when it did, it would not connect. Water pressure was a bit on the low side. Canoes and Kayaks can be rented here. The campground is on the Delaware River. Scroll down for fall foliage photos on the Delaware River.

River Beach Campsites sign
Map for River Beach Campsites

Lee Duquette entering the office
of River Beach Campsites

The RV and toad
of the two RV Gypsies

Lee Duquette entering the office of River Beach Campsites
The RV and toad  of the two RV Gypsies

Autumn colors on the Delaware River

Autumn colors on the Delaware River
Autumn colors on the Delaware River
a colorful tree at River Beach Campsites
a colorful tree at River Beach Campsites

Canoes and kayaks could be rented at River Beach Campsites to paddle on the Delaware River - It was too cold for the two RV Gypsies to do that at this time.

sign for Kittatinny canoes

Below: Bright red kayaks, a small bridge and lots of stairs at River Beach Campsites in Milford, Pennsylvania

a small bridge and lots of stairs
fall colors and the Delaware River
a nice red tree
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