What are Your Must-See East Coast Sites?

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What are the must-see sites you’ve encountered heading south along the East Coast and what makes them so special?

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  1. We are currently camping at Pirateland, in Myrtle Beach SC, it is an awesome campground to take your pets, grandkids or just relax. The prices are very reasonable, it includes Myrtle Beach, pools (kiddie, indoor, outdoor & lazy river & hot tub) well maintained, store, laundromat, pet friendly, the beach is also pet friendly..we love it here!! Brought our granddaughter and her friend, they met lots of nice kids..they also have golf cart rentals, putt putt golf, paddle boats, stocked ponds. Don’t forget to bring your bikes, nice places to ride. We stayed here for the week, would like to come back and stay a couple months, with the grandkids!!!

  2. The Statue Of Liberty, New York– Independance Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.– Outer Banks, N.C.– Savannah, Ga.– Holy Land Experience, Orlando, Fl.

  3. Sebastian Florida, self proclaimed undiscovered paradise. My wife and I camped at Sebastian Inlet State Park every year, fell in love with the Treasure Coast, ended up buying a home in Sebastian and live in paradise permanently. Y’all come see us soon, hear? If the state campground is full, Long Point county park is nearby or search Woodall’s for a campground near Sebastian.

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