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Old 01-06-2015, 09:23 PM   #21
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Castaways is our favorite place but difficult to get reservations we go once or twice a year.


How far is Jellystone from rehobeth beach? I hate going to places that advertise being near a beach only to find out it's a half hr ride.
We like to go to Castaways each year and I just looked at booking for May and got 0 sites available. I don't know if it's because they're booked or just the beginning of the year in the off season.

Jellystone is 30 minutes from Rehobeth, but 5 minutes from Slaughter Beach. Slaughter Beach has more stone than sand, small bay type waves but my kids who are young liked splashing in the water. We like the CG because they have a lot of things for the kids and it's not bad for adults. Last Easter, we spent the weekend there just to get away before Spring sports kicked in. They had tons of Easter stuff, a guitar player/singer Friday night and he came to a huge bonfire Saturday night. The bonfire took up two sites, it was huge. we had to back up because of the heat. The owners paid for bottles of water, soda and iced tea for everyone.
I went for a run Saturday morning and ran past the front gate. Upon my return, one of the store staff met me with a cold bottle of water. To me,it's the little things that count and they seem to get it.
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Old 01-08-2015, 06:01 PM   #22
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Rehoboth does have Big Oaks Campground. Nothing fancy, but has a nice bike path to the boardwalk that we like to take every morning. It's a shame 3 Seasons sold the land to a developer years ago. That was one of our favorites.
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Old 01-08-2015, 06:14 PM   #23
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Rehoboth does have Big Oaks Campground. Nothing fancy, but has a nice bike path to the boardwalk that we like to take every morning. It's a shame 3 Seasons sold the land to a developer years ago. That was one of our favorites.
I've heard about big oaks and may have been there as a kid. looking at there website they don't appear to have much going on there, and I heard awhile back that there was some "racial" type stuff with the staff. We are black so I don't take my family anywhere that might be questionable. So that has kept us away, not saying it's true or starting a rumor. If they had more to offer we would just go and see.
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