What a wonderful weekend it has been! I had a great time playing cards with some friends, camping and hiking, and spending time with my family!
We usually travel west to the Appalachian trail…but yesterday we decided to try something new. We headed out to Codorus state park. We have lived in Glen Rock for a year now and have only spent a short amount of time there.
We arrived at the campgrounds around 5pm, and were able to get a tent site but there were only about 3 to choose from. The tent site was $23 for the evening.
Back country camping is more of our thing and Codorus has a “roughing it” loop of sites, but they were all filled. So campsite 13 in loop A was ours for the evening, a large site with lots of space. It’s close to the general store which is a little shed that they use, it’s operated by volunteers. They have a nice selection of things you might have forgotten or ran out of, and they have dark chocolate snickers bars and coke if you need a treat. They also sell wood, a wheel barrel for $10 or bucket for $5.
It was very peaceful last night, after the fireworks. We grilled chicken over the campfire and made Ramen noodles to go with it!
I always find dinner in the woods on a campfire tastes the best. And we enjoyed the darks chocolate snickers for dessert.
When we woke up this morning we packed up and headed for a little hike. The Mary Ann Furnace trail was beautiful. An easy hike with a few hills and water.
We are definitely going to be spending more time at Codorus. Thinking our next adventure will be Kayaking!
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