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Another Woods Walk With Pictures of Our Campground

Thursday, July 26, 2018

This is our 3rd year camping at Camping Miramichi. The campground with tree houses! ( NO we are in our trailer emoticon )
We have new owners this year and they are fantastic! So laid back and so accommodating and friendly. Jennifer has great new ideas...including having fairies in her woods who keep hiding blue fairy stones~~if the kids find them they can trade the fairy stones for a small item from the store. Here is Jenn's Facebook page....worth checking out for sure!
www.facebook.com
/miramichitreehouses/


Today ( Thursday ) I took a walk in the woods again to get some extra 10 minutes or more exercise as per our RV mini challenge. I also headed across the road and went down through the fields and woods to get some pictures as well~~

Here is the house where Jenn and her family stay.

This use to be a Bed and Breakfast so has lots of rooms and beds. Besides Jenn and her husband Colin ...there is there son Nathan and their son with MD Jacob. Since Jacob has special needs ...they also have a friend's daughter Rebecca who has training to help Jacob. And they have another friend's son also named Jacob who works in the campground. Then they have 3 foster boys who are brothers there as well.
This woman Jenn is amazing! She runs the place and looks after all the family as well.

Across the road from their house is our entrance to the Campground...


As you walk through the Campground....the Treehouses will amaze you~~

The yellow arrows you will see in some pictures are where I am walking towards...








Besides the Treehouses...there are places for lots of RV's any size...

That's us on the far right here...( we are always the smallest one emoticon ) These 4 are seasonal....


These are some weekenders


Another Treehouse with trailers in another field


Kids playground


Bathrooms and showers in the woods for the Treehouses ( 8 in all here )


Bathrooms and showers for hardtop trailers and tents....( they prefer those with bigger trailers etc...use their own showers )


The Pool


Laundry Room

They also have 6 cabins available as well~~


Now across the road and down through the hay field to get to the river bank





once I hit the space pointing to that hole in the trees....I am back in my woods again









As you can see there are lots of fallen trees in here....I had to be really careful not to trip or scratch myself to bits on them ( I had my shorts on silly me~~ emoticon )

Here is something interesting in this wood section though....






The sign says that these Eastern White Pines can grow to 60 meters and have a girth up to 5 meters...this one they do not know the height but the girth is 4.6 meters ( that is about 180 inches ) It also says in ship sailing days these were used for ship masts.

Ready to trudge back up the hill to the hay field again....


There is the old barn and the back of the owners house


My Garmin did not record my time because I kept stopping to take pictures...but I did 3560 steps....
After lunch Alex and I tackled cleaning the awning and the outside of the trailer so that was another 2 hours of a different kind of exercise~~

Had a great day~~Hope you enjoyed the walk with me~~ emoticon
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  • GRLTAZ
    I think I would LOVE camping there. Maybe once I retire... Hmmmm ?
    362 days ago
  • CHALLENGER15
    I'm glad I came across your blog! I don't always take the time to look for blogs.


    What a nice campground, and I admire the campground host. Wow....lots going on there.


    I can just imagine that your walk is lovely. I would really like such a campground myself.
    385 days ago
  • NORASPAT
    How interesting Heather. I loved the photography and the houses. Were you walking across the fields by yourself, I do like a partner but these days we have the Rig. I have been driving but we will not go very far I like it and I hope our granddaughter used to love it but these older ages is siting drawing, painting and art it is.
    Great Blog, Pat in Maine.

    HUGS Heather and Alex, Once in a while I watched you dance on my computer, do you still?

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    388 days ago
  • TXGRANDMA
    I really enjoyed your blog with all the pictures! The woods were pretty and interesting and must be so relaxing. How unique that they have tree houses all the way through the park. Where is this park located?
    388 days ago
  • JAMER123
    Love the pictures of your campground! Looks so very relaxing. I also enjoyed seeing your walk through your eyes (or camera eye). Enjoy the pool too. We are out and have a pool available but the temps are going down so not sure if we will use it. Have the weekend to decide. Campground is full here. Thanks for sharing.
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    388 days ago
  • GLASSART43
    What a fun place! I especially like treehouses. emoticon
    388 days ago
  • SHARONSPARKLE
    I love your blog and the opportunity we have to post pictures! It makes your camping so much more real. I like your campground. Looks like a nice quiet campground. At least during the week. Good job on a nice long walk! Do you use the pool at all? I sure would if it wasn't busy with kids!
    389 days ago
  • SEKSUNSHINE
    How fun, what great pictures. Thanks for doing the challenge.
    389 days ago
  • MASTERCARE
    This is so special....and glad you shared it! I just walk at work..and you have seen my view. When I get to walk outside..will start taking my pics! Thanks sis!
    389 days ago
  • STEPHLOKI
    Thanks for sharing your holiday adventure with us. Nice walk
    389 days ago
  • BOOBERRY
    Oh thank you for the visual walk to see were you camp, those tree houses are cool the whole campground is neat and you can get a lot of exercise in, love the pool. thanks for sharing emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    389 days ago
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