Today I am thankful for Tuckahoe Acres.
I wrote about Ocean City, but another place we like to visit is my parents’ trailer in Tuckahoe Acres, a campground in Dagsboro, Delaware.
They got the trailer in 2009, and we’ve been down a half dozen or so times since then. It’s just a few steps from the trailer to the bay, so my kids love it. After a few minutes in the car, we’re at the Bethany Beach Boardwalk, which, while not as grandiose as its name implies, is still a fun place to spend a few hours. It’s also close to Fenwick Island, so we can get to the beach in just a few minutes, and with a but more driving we can get to Ocean City, Maryland, or the outlet stores in Rehoboth.
Not to mention, it’s near a Grotto Pizza, and they have really good gluten-free pizza for my family.
The campground itself is great, too: there’s a general store, and a pool, and a playground, and a tremendous sense of community.
I love to go down and watch my dad helping out his seasonal neighbors. Everybody there gets along and seems to love sharing with and helping each other.
But he best part is getting to spend time with my parents. After all, since they bought the trailer, I don’t get to see them during the warm months very often anymore!
I am thankful for Tuckahoe Acres.