Expert Travel Advice to Mid-Atlantic

Top Answers To Mid-Atlantic Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    The Lewis Rocks Loop Trail in Fayetteville allows dogs and is a moderate difficulty hike which features waterfalls. In Gouldsboro, there is the Pinchot Trail-South which is a 5 hour, moderate difficultly hike that allows dogs. Check out the list of other hiking trails in the area: http://bit.ly/dty5eb
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Cape May has a some nightlife, it's a beautiful victorian town. Attracts a lot of seniors and surfers. They have a boardwalk but no stores on it, however there are many small shops around, very romantic at night time. As for bars ON the beach, Cape May isn't the place to go, however there are bars beachview. Sea Isle City is a HUGE party town for young people. Ocean City, NJ is a dry town and their claim to fame is "family friendly." Wildwood has a very active boardwalk, with rollercoasters, venders, etc. Wildwood's downfall is a long walk to the beach (in areas). Cape May, in my opinion is a much more desirable town to stay in, and the towns are about 10 minutes (driving) away if you're interested. I'm from southern NJ and normally go to Ocean City or Cape May, I don't know much about the northern NJ beaches. Hope this helps!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Just returned from a great 7-day trip with three kids age 5-8 in that area. These are the things we did: New York: Times Square, Lunch in NY, Toys R Us(ferris wheel inside) Pennsylvania: Toured Historic Philadelphia, HersheyPark, Amish Tour Virginia: Mount Vernon, Monticello, Alexandria, Georgetown, took boat into DC for a day from Alexandria New Jersey: Statue of Liberty(not sure if that would be considered New York or New Jersey). Took the subway from New Jersey into New York. Have heard good things about Baltimore but did not stop there but went right past the city on our way from Virginia to New Jersey.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I recommend Elk Neck State Park in Cecil County, Md., take exit 100 (North East) and go through the town of North East (great places to eat and shop on the way through) and keep going down Route 272 (aka Turkey Point Road) to Elk Neck State Park. Rustic camping, tenting, cabins, etc. 410-287-5333 or reservations 800-432-2267, 10 miles of hiking trails, turkey point lighthouse, bath houses, etc.

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