Sunday, July 7, 2013

Elks Lodge, Kent Island, Maryland


We’re staying at the Kent Island Elks Lodge for a few days so we can explore the Chesapeake Bay area (and eat crab cakes!) 

This is one of the nicest Elk Lodges and “campgrounds” we’ve encountered.  When we call the lodges and ask if there are dedicated RV spots (meaning a specific area for RVs, not just a “park wherever” response) we don’t normally expected this type of set-up. There are four spots with a bit (“a bit” being the operative words) of greenery between them, a picnic table, fire pits, firewood, electricity (50 and 30 amp) and cable. Unfortunately, there is no water at the sites, but the lodge does offer a fresh water connection (with a white drinking hose, not a green gardening hose) to fill tanks. It’s$20/night for Elk members, $25 for friends of Elks, and $15 if you’re a member of this lodge.

Easy and affordable - no matter where you are! 

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