The new owners of Bumble Bee RV Park and Campground in Accident, Md., are gearing up for the quickly approaching camping season, according to The Garrett County Republican.

Lisa Bevenour and Andrew Dize have been busy cleaning, painting and planning for the official April 26 start date. Bumble Bee will then be open until Oct. 26.

The Baltimore couple purchased the park/campground from Sheri and Tony DeWitt in November.

“We just decided this was the time and the place, and we bought it,” Bevenour said.

The 6 1/2-acre wooded property boasts 17 seasonal and eight short-term RV sites in the upper part of the grounds. This area includes full-service hookups (water, electricity and sewer), fire pits and picnic tables.

For a more primitive camping experience, 13 tent sites are available in the lower level of the grounds. Each site also has a fire pit and picnic table.

“The tent sites used to be adult-only,” Bevenour said. “But now they are for families as well. Within two to five miles, I think we’re the only ones right now who have tent sites available, because I think the state park is booked for the summer.”

Campers must be at least 25 years of age to make a reservation for a tent or an RV site.

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