We are the Cramalot Inn Crew

Adventurous Glampers and Professional Fun Seekers

We are a family of four but we seldom camp alone. Learn more about our camping crew and the “skills” we bring to the table.

Exploring the world, one campground at a time

I grew up camping in the Pennsylvania Wilds and with a yearly trek to Little Pine State Park. This instilled a love of nature and a love for camping. We spent about 10 years tent camping and then in 2012, my parents gave us their 1999 Catalina Coachman Lite. With a 14-month old and a 4-year old, we began our camping journey with a trip or two a year.

In 2016, we bought our dream camper, an Open Range 367 BHS Roamer, which is a 5th wheel. We use a RAM 3500 Dually to haul the beast. Upon its delivery in April of 2017, we embarked on our maiden voyage to J&D Campground, near Knoebels Amusement Park, and haven’t looked back since.

We try to squeeze in at least 9-12 trips a year from April to November and as the Recreational Director, I do a lot of planning. In 2021, we took a 16-day trip in June which meant my usual weekend/long-weekend planning was cut down significantly due to work schedules, sports schedules, and home improvement projects.




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Camping Highlight Reel

Breakdown of Our Blog Names

Oftentimes, we travel with our family and friends because otherwise, life would be boring and there would be fewer stories to tell. Throughout the journey, I will refer to myself as The Director, my husband as The Engineer, my son as The Explorer, my daughter as Creative One, the dog as Fuzzy Wuzzy, my father as The Stargazer, and my mother as Crammy Grammy.


The Immediate Family

Meet our family unit

The Director

That’s me – I plan the majority of our trips’ itineraries, the meals, the dates, etc.  Pretty sure we’d go nowhere as a unit of 4 if I didn’t foot-in-mouth

The Engineer

This guy right here (the hubs) does all of the towing, fixing, tinkering, and anything that involves sweat-equity.  He is an engineer by profession, and we’re thankful for his troubleshooting skills.

The Explorer

Our son is always up for an adventure.  He enjoys biking, One Wheeling, Minecraft, and is always willing to try new activities.  

Creative One

Our daughter is often found reading a book, crafting, preparing a scavenger hunt, or making up a game for others to play.

Fuzzy Wuzzy

We have two Brittanys. Our 5-year old is the calm one.   While he loves to camp and play, he is always ready for bed by 8 PM while we’re camping.  I often post tired-pup pictures.


As if we didn’t already have enough chaos in our lives, we added a puppy into the mix in October 2021.  He is an endless ball of energy, hence the nickname Spitfire.  Fuzzy Fuzzy is not a fan but surprisingly Spitfire is a good little camper.  

The Stargazer

My father is a retired Science/Chemistry teacher and not only has a passion for golf, fishing, and kayaking, but he also has an exorbitant amount of knowledge about astrology.  We consult him for all things stars, planets, and nightsky related.

Crammy Grammy

My mom is not only the volunteer dogwalker for most trips but she is the bringer of good snacks and nearly always the lunch preparer.  If we can’t find the kids, they are likely hanging with Crammy Grammy in her camper.

Additional Cameos

Most trips, we have an additional family join us. I will refer to the mom as the Faunt (a.k.a. Fake Aunt) and the dad as Funcle (a.k.a. Fake Uncle). Their daughter will be Hammock and their son will be Boy Scout. Our kids are about the same age but more importantly, they have grown up together as practically siblings.

Recent Adventures

Explore my recent posts below:

Lums Pond

When: September 24 - September 26, 2021 Duration: 3 days, 2 nights Location: Bear, DE Cost: $38 per night Miles from SE PA: 68 miles Site#: 26  About Lums Pond State Park Our good friends clued us in to how amazing Lums Pond is a few years ago, and we've been...

Little Pine State Park

When: August 4 - August 8, 2021 Duration: 5 days, 4 nights Location: Waterville, PA Cost: $27 per night Miles from SE PA: 183 miles Site#: 7  About Little Pine State Park I have been making the yearly trek to Little Pine State Park (or as we so lovingly shorten...

Moose Hillock

When: June 25 - June 30, 2021 Duration: 6 days, 5 nights Location: Fort Ann, NY Cost: $125 per night Miles from SE PA: 282 miles Site#: I don't remember  About Moose Hillock People who know me well know that I love a good bargain.  I am super practical and...

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