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5 Reasons Fall Camping is the Best

Sometimes during the 'dog days of summer,' it's hard to believe that cool temperatures are just around the corner. When the hot temperatures are behind us, the camping scene transforms. Brisk mornings, fall foliage, warm comfort foods and snuggly clothes all come together to make autumn camping a must-do for any outdoors enthusiast. Here are 5 reasons why you should schedule an fall camping advent...
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#Amped2Camp: Summer Recap

There's still a ton of summer left to be had, but here is our Instagram recap of the season so far! Don't forget to tag us on social @MasseysLanding , #MasseysLanding & #Amped2Camp . 1. A post shared by Jason Minto (@jasonmintophoto) on Jun 26, 2017 at 4:42am PDT 2. A post shared by Travis Cain (@travisjcain) on Jun 24, 2017 at 5:49pm PDT 3. A post shared by The Resort at Massey's Landing (@massey...
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20 Reasons to Stay at Massey's Landing This Season

Massey’s Landing is a family camping destination where everlasting memories are made, but don’t take it from us. Here are the top reasons guests LOVE staying with us! Friendly and Helpful Staff Ample Tent and RV Sites – take a look! Onsite Eco-Adventures including Kayaking, Fishing and Biking Private Beach Access Gorgeous Sunsets Dog-Friendly Beach Onsite Activities Weekly Three Bath Houses with F...
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RV Hacks | Rookie Tips

Congratulations, you’ve bought yourself an RV! Whether it be a Class C Cabover, Class A Motorhome, Fifth Wheel Camper, or a Towable Travel Trailer, you’re in for a wonderful adventure! Here are a few things for RV newbies to remember: Size Now Matters If you’re used to driving in a compact car, or even an SUV, you’ll need to take time getting used to the height and weight of your RV. Since RVs do...
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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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RV Hacks | Mess Proof Your Bathroom

What’s the most unloved spot on your RV? Let us guess: the bathroom. That’s why we’ve searched the internet to bring you the top hacks for a mess free bathroom. Keepin’ your tooth brush clean Sitting your tooth brush on the countertop is basically asking it, so don’t do it! PVC Pipe Toothbrush Holders are a great way to make sure your tooth brush doesn’t drop to the floor. Bonus tip: Use fun lette...
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5 RV Hacks: Storage Edition

Towel Rod Product Holder No more sloshing around in the bathroom! Use a simple towel rack to corral and hold all your bathroom necessities! Tip via: FiveFs Suction Cup Window Caddies Such a pro hack! Kids = mess. Using these suction shower caddies is a great way to make sure toys, markers, smartphones or whatever else they may be playing with stays in one easy to locate area. Via: morsermoments1 T...
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Rainy Days are Fun on Delaware's Seashore

The weatherman calling for rain won’t spoil your time at Massey’s Landing. Here are our top tips for making the most out of rainy days: Tip 1: Pack for Rain…No Matter the Forecast Spring and summer RVing or tent camping on the Delaware Seashore can often times mean an unexpected shower (or all-day soaking!), that’s why we say prep for anything with these necessities: Rain Gear Jacket or Poncho Rai...
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Packing Guide | First Aid

No one plans for an emergency on an outdoor excursion, but they can happen. Below is a helpful checklist of items from the American Red Cross and camping enthusiasts to stay safe and have fun while exploring. First Aid Kit: o 2 absorbent compress dressings (5 x 9 inches) o 25 adhesive bandages (assorted sizes) o 1 adhesive cloth tape (10 yards x 1 inch) o 5 antibiotic ointment packets (approximate...
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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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