Seaford, DE 2458

Lodge #2458 Guest Book

Richard Markey,, Jr. (

Kathy and I spent two nights at 2458, dry camping with our 35' class A RV. We opted to run the generator in our RV, as we needed to run the AC. There was water and power available, but not enough to run one of our AC units.

On our second night, the lodge was open and we spent a few hours meeting some of the members and swapping stories. The beer is cold, and the food is excellent.

This lodge offers great hospitality to guest Elks and if we're ever in the neighborhood again, we will definitely stop by for a visit.

Rick & Kathy Markey Ephrata, PA Lodge 1933

Posted 09/12/2020 at 1:40 PM

Hank Smith (

from Chestertown, MD, Lodge #2474

I am a PER, charter member, member #2, and life member of The Chestertown Lodge. However we live in Texas for the last 38 years we come up this way often to visit friends and relatives. Have great friends in Seaford area. He is a member of the Oddfellows.

Posted 09/25/2017 at 4:39 PM

Hank Smith (

from Chestertown, MD, Lodge #2474

Zelma? Don't know where that came from. Should have been RVer's.!

Posted 09/25/2017 at 4:30 PM

Hank Smith (

from Chestertown, MD, Lodge #2474

Your Lodge looks real nice We are RVer's and would love to stay at your Lodge. However most rigs today require 30 or 50 amp electric to operate. 110 volt 15 or 20amp is not enough. It will only allow us to charge our batteries, not run any appliances or A/C. It the summer, spring and fall we need to have at least 30 amp to run one A/c. We would be happy to donate 15-20 dollars a nite for this. I can tell you there is a shortage of RV parks in your area and being Zelma, we would much rather visit an Elks Lodge and stay there for 1,2,3 days. But we just can't on 15 or 20 amp on a 110 plug. Please consider putting in one or two 30 or 50 amp outlets. We think you will be happy you did. I am going to donate the money for my home Lodge to put in two 50 amp outlets. Thanks!

Posted 09/25/2017 at 2:28 PM