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Pet Safety During A Camping Trip

Camping can be a great way to bond with your family and take some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but if you’ll be bringing your pet along, it’s important to keep some safety and comfort tips in mind. Not only will you need to pack particular items, you may need to be on the lookout for things like ticks and open fires. Related Posts: Health: What do I need to know about taking m...
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Glamping 101

If you’ve ever wanted to experience a night in the woods, but don’t want to give up creature comforts like electricity, running water or A/C, glamping is the perfect option. Glamping types a ccommodations include everything from tree houses to camper vans and cottages. How you glamp is based on your comfort level. At Massey’s Landing, we offer curious glampers 38 cottages with amenities and beauti...
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Camp Prep | Etiquette

Campgrounds are amazing temporary towns with tents, RVs, and cottages. That’s why it’s so important to follow the Golden Rule when adventuring outdoors so everyone can enjoy their camping vacation with these camping do's and don'ts: Help Your Neighbor Out Have an amazing time on your trip? Pay it forward. Leave the extra firewood, clean up your area, help your site neighbor pitch their tent or eve...
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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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Celebrate the Eclipse!

Ready to catch a glimpse of the eclipse from Delaware’s seashore? Here’s the timing you’ll need to know: 1:22 p.m.: Partial Eclipse begins 2:46 p.m.: Maximum Eclipse 4:03 p.m.: Partial Eclipse ends More details here Expect many viewing areas around the Delaware beaches including, the Lewes Library. They will be celebrating with a special viewing event from 2 – 4p.m. (all glasses are reserved). At...
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Campfire Cocktails | Local Spirits

Not matter the season, there is always something brewing in Delaware. A trip from Massey’s Landing to one of these spots will have you sampling some amazing local flavors! Dewey: Dewey Beer Company 2100 Coastal Hwy, Dewey Beach Talk about a name that’s easy to remember! Dewey Beer Co. Nestled near some of Dewey’s famous bars (The Starboard, Bottle & Cork and Hammerheads) and only a block away from...
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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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How to Get Your Indoorsy Friends Camping

We all have that one friend, you know…the one who would rather stay inside instead of enjoying the great outdoors. The one who prefers a smartphone and TV to a campfire and tent. But, have no fear, these tips will coax your indoorsy friend out for a weekend in the wild: Do All the Leg Work We know it’s not fun to handle all the planning, but securing everything from the date to the menu for the we...
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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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Help Plug Your Kids Back into Nature

As warmer weather hits and summer vacation looms on the horizon, it’s important to get back to basics with your kids by unplugging. Based on research , children aged right to 18 spend an average of eight and a half hours a day in front of a screen. Kids are so glued to their screens; they’ve started multi-screening: using more than one device at the same time, for example, watching TV while surfin...
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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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