Buckeye Lake/Columbus East KOA Campground

The Buckeye Lake/Columbus East KOA Campground was huge. This was our first time visiting and exploring this area. Roughly 30 miles east of Columbus, Ohio. The campground sites 1.5 miles off interstate 70 They offer Cozy sleep camper cabins (15), deluxe cabins (4), large shaded primitive tent area, deluxe patio pull-through (27), with a totalContinue reading “Buckeye Lake/Columbus East KOA Campground”

Teriyaki Chicken Recipe

Teriyaki chicken is a family favorite around here! It’s even so popular that we almost had it for a fancy Christmas dinner one year. Teriyaki flavors produce bold, savory and salty flavors. Most commonly teriyaki includes soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger, and garlic. However this recipe doesn’t include brown sugar, and honestly I don’t thinkContinue reading “Teriyaki Chicken Recipe”

Lake Alma Campground Layout and Rating

Lake Alma Campground was nice, small, quiet, and full of trees. Tucked in on the other side of the lake off the busy road you’ll find 76 spots. They offer full service (6), electric (67), and non electric (10) spots. From first appearances and impression it seems to be an older campground. It is aContinue reading “Lake Alma Campground Layout and Rating”

Booking at Ohio State Parks

  The booking process for camping sites at Ohio State Parks has been a learning process. I have become more familiar with their site over the last few years but initially I didn’t believe it was very user friendly.  The more I navigate it the better I have become. A Few Helpful Hints Book 6Continue reading “Booking at Ohio State Parks”

Lake Alma State Park

Our first camping trip of the year took place at Lake Alma State Park, during our girls spring break. This was our first time camping this early in the year, but with our new camper we wanted to use it as much as possible. We traveled approximately 80 miles southeast of our home and theContinue reading “Lake Alma State Park”

New Year, New Travel Trailer

We upgraded our camper in February 2021 to a Keystone Springdale 298BH. We had an entry level Coleman for a few years and loved our memories we made. The only tricky part came when we took other families with us or we have inclement weather. The 27 foot travel trailer became small on the insideContinue reading “New Year, New Travel Trailer”

Bunk Bed Railings

  Our last travel trailer had double bunk beds that was sandwiched in between the bathroom and outside of the camper, this was nice when they were smaller because there was no way for them to fall off the side of the beds. And since they were smaller they were more easily convinced to sleepContinue reading “Bunk Bed Railings”