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Jul 17, 2013 - Battle Of Cedar Creek

Battle of Cedar Creek Campground 8950 Valley Pike Middletown, VA 22645 (540) 869-1888 Great place to stay with easy access from I-81. http://www.virginia.org/Listings/PlacesToStay/BattleofCedarCreekCampground/ --------------------------------------------- 58 sites on 13 acres, 46 electric/water, 23 electric/water/sewer (20/30 A), 12 no hookup, 5 drive-thru, separate tent area. Amenities: Dump Station, ice, overflow area, propane, recreation hall, limited camp store, RV storage, restrooms, showers, laundry, picnic tables and fire rings. Pets...

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Aug 29, 2011 - Middletown, VA

We only traveled 84 miles from Quantico to the Battle of Cedar Creek Campground in Middletown, VA. Not that far, but we were on the other side of the mountains, hopefully to miss whatever nastiness Irene had in mind. While this campground did serve its purpose, we reconfirmed why we will never visit it again! We did get plenty of rain and a little wind, but nothing extraordinary. So we were able to get out and about and down to Edinburg to visit our old friend, Mark Strauss; you may remember him from years past. Mark is a Holocaust survivor...

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Aug 13, 2011 - OTRA - VA - Middletown

Mb>8/15/11 Drove out of Dixie Caverns at 9:45 a.m. headed for our next stop in Middletown, Virginia. The driving is easy today because of the cool, overcast weather. Today was a 168-mile day and it was again, all I-81. Pulled into the Battle of Cedar Creek RV Park at 12:38. This park is sort of situated on the side of a hill so our campsite was rather unlevel rear to front and it took quite a lot of orange blocks to get the front up level with the rear. And just as we pulled into the site, deep rumbles of thunder could be heard in the...

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Jun 18, 2010 - Shenandoah Valley, Virginia

Departed Pottstown, Pennsylvania and arrived outside of Washington, D.C. at Little Bennett Regional Park, Clarksburg, MD and met up with Sheryl. Sheryl and Bob worked together for years at Lockheed. We all went out for dinner at Gaupo's Mexican Restaurant. Just love seeing familiar faces. GREAT seeing you again Sheryl, and please tell Steve hi for us. While traveling down I-81 we decided to pull off at a Cracker Barrel for a break even though we were only about 30 miles from our destination. Made the first turn and alarms started going off...

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