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Neptune Festival Camping Weekend. Hope some of you can make it, there are 21 sites so far available because we are combining EOC and Teardrop Camping Club. If more is needed, we can reserve it. This is the last big Hurrah Weekend at the beach.

Here is the info:

Holiday TRAV-L-PARK, 1075 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA. 23451; 800-548-0223

Sites available: 48-58 & 60-64E (Total of 21 sites) being held for Tearjerkers and EOC (Honda Element Club)

http://www.mikenchell.com/forums/ind...6e6da823dbf14d

Cut off date for reserving a site is Sept 1, 2009

I acquired a discount for the sites: $29.78 (tax included) for Water & Electric only.


Check out the web site for map of campground and other info:

Neptune Festival Sept 25-27, 2009 (Reduced Rates, for these dates) (Mention EOC)

http://www.neptunefestival.com/events.php

http://www.campingvb.com/

Bob (Mention EOC)
 

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The location is Holiday TRAV-L-PARK, 1075 General Booth Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA. 23451; 800-548-0223. They are holding sites 48-58 for our group and some additional sites for Bob and Mary Beth's buddies from the Honda Element club. I have reserved sites 60-64E (10) for the Eple.

Cut off date for reserving a site is Sept 1, 2009, so don't delay. Be sure to let them know you are with Tearjerkers, so we stay together and you get the discounted rate. Please post here when you make as reservation so we have an idea of who is coming.

We get a group discount making the rate $29.78 per night.(tax included) for Water & Electric only.

Plan on a potluck Saturday night. I will provide a large grill for everyone to cook on that night.

Check out the web site for map of campground and other info:
http://www.campingvb.com/

The Neptune Festival features live music, an arts and crafts show, and the North American Sand Sculpting Championship. Info on the festival is here: http://www.neptunefestival.com/events.php

The campground is not on the beach, but it is very close, and best of all, they have a shuttle ($2.00 for an all day pass), or if you prefer to drive, the campgound has a parking lot close to the boardwalk that is free.


I promise that everyone will have a great time, if you don't, I'll buy your trolley pass. And I'll bring my 32 cup coffee maker too.
 
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