10 Must Bookmark Camping Blogs

As an outdoor adventurer, you know there are tons of blogs around the web covering camping, RVing and the awesome outdoors. From the general to the regionally specific blogs (like ours!) it can be hard to keep track of them all. That’s why we’ve created this quick rundown of our favorites, when we aren’t reading our own posts! 50 Campfires With about 5 posts per week, 50 Campfires is an active res...
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Bring the Campfire Home: S'mores Dip

S’mores Dip is the perfect fix when you find yourself missing camping at Massey’s Landing or your other favorite spots. It’s quick, easy and delicious.

S’mores Dip

Yield: 4 to 6 servings

Cook Time: 10 Minutes


  • 1/2 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips
  • 10 large peanut butter cups
  • 15 jumbo marshmallows, halved
  • Graham cracker squares

Special equipment:

  • 8-inch cast iron skillet


  • Place the cast iron skillet on the rack and preheat the oven to 450ºF.
  • Once the oven is hot, use a pot holder or towel to remove the hot skillet from the oven.
  • Place oil in the skillet and using a pot holder to hold the handle, swirl the oil in an layer on the bottom of the skillet to coat evenly.
  • Place skillet on a pot holder and pour chocolate chips in an even layer.
  • Carefully arrange Reeses peanut butter cups in one even layer over the chocolate chips. Arrange marshmallow halves over the peanut butter cups, un-cut side up, until the skillet is covered completely.
  • Bake for 5 to 7 minutes or until the marshmallows are toasted to your preference.
  • Watch closely.
  • Use a pot holder or oven mitt to remove the skillet from the oven and allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving.
  • Serve immediately with graham cracker squares or sticks, but be careful because the dip, and the skillet, will be hot.

via Popsugar FOOD

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Campfire Donuts

The Story: This is a recipe one of our campers learned at a Girl Scout camp. She said the Girl Scouts choose this recipe every camping trip they took. Her family has also fallen in love with this as a breakfast treat or a late-night campfire 🔥 snack.

Verdict: We love it when we all come together to enjoy good food and conversation. It makes for a fun, relaxing time together with friends and loved ones!


  • Iron Skillet
  • Cooking oil
  • Pillsbury biscuits
  • Toppings: powder sugar, cinnamon, jam, chocolate


  • Get fire started and let burn down to coals.
  • Place skillet on rack over fire and pour in oil.
  • Let oil heat up.
  • Take biscuits out of package and put a hole in middle of each to make them look like donuts.
  • Place in skillet with tongs.
  • Leave in skillet until dough is lightly golden on first side then turn with tongs to other side and cook until light golden.
  • Remove from oil to a paper lined plate and let cool.
  • Dip in choice of coating (powdered sugar, cinnamon, chocolate, etc).

Pro Tip: Better to use once fire gets down to coals so fire does not burn dough.

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Host a Grilled Cheese Party

If you’re looking to add a little foodie fun to your RV, campsite or beach cottage adventure, consider hosting a Grilled Cheese Party. What better after a long day on the Delaware Seashore than a spread of different loaves of bread, cheeses and fixins’ with friends or family? Hint: nada. What you’ll need to host a Great Grilled Cheese Party: A Camp Chef Cooking Iron or foil 4 – 6 types of your fav...
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Angel Pudding Delight

The Story: One camper's best friend of 50+ years prepared this dessert for her, probably 40 years ago. She loved it so much that she's been making this ever since. It is a hit at campground pot luck dinners and so quick and easy to make. Verdict: So quick to make and so (so, so) delicious! A must for your campsite or RV get-together Ingredients 1 12 oz. prepared angel food cake 21 oz. can of pie f...
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Walking Tacos

"My daughter loves this recipe, and we eat this at least one night every year when we camp at Chincoteague Island KOA. Bon Appetit, and keep your tacos away from the fierce Assateague seagulls. I once had a sandwich stolen right out of my hands on the beach." Jennifer Conway, Stafford, Virginia

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Handmade Pizza Rolls

"These homemade pizza rolls are something my husband introduced to me shortly after we met 3 1/2 years ago. They are a great snack hot out of the oven or cold. We love making them the night before we leave on a camping adventure as they also make a great road trip snack. They are a quick and easy thing to make even the camper and take with you on any of your camping excursions. We hope you enjoy t...
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Banana S'mores

"My husband and I camp with our four children in our 17-foot travel trailer as often as we can! I like to purchase and prep as much food as I can so that I can also relax and enjoy the trips too. This recipe has so many variations and uses so few ingredients that it's a go to campfire snack. The kids enjoy filling their own bananas with the toppings and wrapping them up. If you need a twist on tra...
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Grilled Blooming Onion

"We love the fried and breaded version of a blooming onion, but this grilled version is the perfect appetizer or snack for around the campfire. Plus you get to pick your own toppings so everyone gets what they want." Brittany Duty, Centerville, Maryland Grilled Blooming Onion Ingredients: 1 Large White Onion 1/2 Tablespoon Olive Oil Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper, to taste 2 Tablespoons Shredded Part...
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The RV Rundown: #NationalMargDay

Today, we’re taking life with a grain of salt, a wedge of lime, and a shot of tequila! In honor of National Margarita Day, we’ve put together our top three favorite takes on this jovial drink.

Save these recipes for happy hour this evening or a hot summer night around the campfire with friends. All the ingredients in these drinks are easy to find and easy to store in your RV or at your campsite.

The Classic

Who doesn’t love a refreshing (& simple to make!) marg after a long day of kayaking, canoeing or swimming? Pair this with Tacos in a Bag and your night is set!

  • Lime wedge, plus 2 lime wheels for garnish
  • 1 tablespoon coarse salt, for glass rims
  • 4 ounces high quality blanco tequila (see note above)
  • 2 ounces Cointreau
  • 1 1/2 ounces fresh juice from 2 limes
  • Cocktail Details

Lavender Bliss Margarita

Ready to unwind in the RV – you’ll want a glass of this! A lavender margarita is sure to put you in a relaxed state.

  • Dried lavender plus sugar
  • Ice
  • 1 tablespoon lavender syrup
  • 1 1/2 ounces high quality silver tequila
  • Juice of one lime
  • Splash of seltzer (optional)
  • Lavender sprigs
  • Simple Syrup Recipe

Watermelon-Jalapeno Rita

Simply put: a little sweet with a spicy punch. For an extra edition of refreshment, add in some watermelon ice cubes!

  • 8 cups cubed watermelon
  • 1 1/2 cups white tequila
  • 1/2 cup orange liqueur (such as Triple Sec)
  • 1/2 cup fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 cup Simple Syrup
  • 1 to 2 jalapeño peppers, thinly sliced
  • Cracked ice
  • Garnishes: fresh jalapeño slices, watermelon wedges

Of course if you’re looking to relax and not play bartender, you can always enjoy at delicious margarita (starting March 31) at Massey’s Landing’s new Sandy Dollar Bar, the pool bar or  The Jackspot.

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From the Guestbook

We spent a week here with friends and had a wonderful time.
Lori Howell, Cliffwood, New Jersey

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