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Elk Neck Campground

1. Elk Neck Campground

If you enjoy gorgeous bay views, sandy beaches, marshlands, and lots of plants and wildlife, then book a site at the Elk Neck State Park...

Mallory
Mallory: Just got back from camping at Elk Neck a few days ago. Overall, the campsite was very nice. The sites are well kept and have...
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Kitts Marsh on Patuxent River
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2. Kitts Marsh on Patuxent River

Enjoy the privacy of our cabin located on the sandy beach of the Patuxent River. The "shanty" is part of our working farm (MonnettFarms. com). We...

Michael
Michael: Do whatever you can to get over to Kitts Marsh! It is the most incredible spot for a weekend (or week) getaway from the city. A...
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Riverfront Lot 89
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3. Riverfront Lot 89

Like being on the River? Then come camp at our family campground on the South Branch of the Potomac River in Levels, West Virginia. You'll enjoy...

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Owens Creek Campground

4. Owens Creek Campground

Owens Creek Campground offers classic Americana style tent camping in the Catoctin National Park. In the spring there are wildflowers, in the...

Renee
Renee: Beautiful location - wonderful trails all over (near Camp David) secluded camp sites, on the small side, lots of trees. Worth...
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Bayside Drive-in Campground

5. Bayside Drive-in Campground

The Bayside Drive-in Camping on the Assateague Island National Seashore is the perfect place to park it for a few days and get your beach on, with...

Heidi
Heidi: Camped here with a group of about 12 friends (across 2 campsites). Had a great time relaxing on the nearby beach and playing...
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Assateague Island Backcountry Camping

6. Assateague Island Backcountry Camping

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

What’s better than camping at the beach? How about backcountry camping at the beach! With a little extra effort in the form of backpacking along...

Joshua
Joshua: Stayed over Memorial Day weekend 2015. First come first serve on campsites so found one available for two nights at the 'pine...
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Oceanside Walk-in Campground

7. Oceanside Walk-in Campground

Your perfect day at the beach doesn’t have to end at Assateague Island National Seashore. Keep your suit on and your shoes off as you head to their...

Nicholas
Nicholas: Kiteboarding on bayside and Oceanside.
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Swallow Falls Campground

8. Swallow Falls Campground

Now who doesn’t like a good waterfall? The campground in Swallow Falls State Park puts you right in the action along the wild Youghiogheny River....

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Greenbrier Campground

9. Greenbrier Campground

With 165 campsites to choose from, you can sidle right up to the brilliant trees and wildflowers that populate this area. Choose from sites with...

Stephanie
Stephanie: This is one of the only two places we've camped, but we've camped here twice! We have small children and a dog. All had a...
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Pocomoke River Campground

10. Pocomoke River Campground

Can you say Pocomoke? Well it’s all you’ll be saying after your next camping trip to Pocomoke River State Park. Explore the cypress swamps by...

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Cedarville Campground

11. Cedarville Campground

Maryland wants you to get outside! Proof: Cedarville State Forest Campground. Equipped to handle small families and large parties alike, any group...

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Assateague Campground

12. Assateague Campground

Don’t feel like camping this week? Two words to change your mind: Wild Horses. That’s right: stay at Assateague State Park and catch a glimpse of...

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 Wild Yough Glamping Huts
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13. Wild Yough Glamping Huts

The idea is simple- our glamping site will offer a true camping experience without all the hassles and fuss. With 350 acres of private ground,...

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Calvert Cliffs Campground

14. Calvert Cliffs Campground

Calvert Cliffs State Park will have you extending your trip in no time. With the massive cliffs, fossils galore, and adventure-worthy trails,...

David
David: I live near here and there is no camping. A great day park for searching for fossils. Nice playground, too. But no lodging...
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Adirondack Shelters

15. Adirondack Shelters

In the mood for a remote camping experience where you can get buck wild in the Catoctin Mountain Park? Head to the rustic and quaint Adirondack...

Chelsie
Chelsie: My boyfriend and I love to hike and were looking for a fun Labor Day Weekend camping trip. We researched Catoctin's site and...
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Assateague Island Horse Camp

16. Assateague Island Horse Camp

Horse lovers! How about hanging near one of two wild horse herds wandering across the hilly, marshy lands of Assateague Island National Seashore....

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Point Lookout Campground

17. Point Lookout Campground

Find Point Lookout State Park where the Potomac River meets the Chesapeake Bay. Lighthouse lovers, fearless fishermen, powerful paddlers, and...

H
H: Expectation is your own responsibility. I was under the impression that our camp will be surrounded by water left and right and...
9 Saves
Cunningham Falls Campground

18. Cunningham Falls Campground

You couldn’t ask to camp in a more beautiful place than Cunningham Falls State Park Campground. Thanks, Maryland! Primitive and electric hookups...

Renee
Renee: Excellent SP - family friendly, lots of activities for kids, beach is wonderful. Great hiking trails - pick up the AT trail!
7 Saves
Martinak Campground

19. Martinak Campground

If fishes were wishes, you’d never need a genie again. You can hike straight to the banks of Watts Creek from this site, settled in the southern...

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Janes Island Campground

20. Janes Island Campground

After a day of crabbing or paddling the water trails, it’s nice to be back on solid ground. Separated from the island by Daugherty Creek, this...

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Crow Farmstay RV Site
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21. Crow Farmstay RV Site

Bring your RV and stay out back, overlooking our pastures of Angus beef! You will have access to running water and a porta potty. It's a great...

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Greenbelt Campground

22. Greenbelt Campground

Newsflash! Sometimes you don’t have to drive to the boonies to get your camp on! Washington D. C. dwellers can pitch their tent closer to home at...

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Lakeside Campsite & Creek In Suburbs Camp
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23. Lakeside Campsite & Creek In Suburbs Camp

The campground is located on our 20 acre property next to a 2 acre lake that belongs to us. There is fishing available in the lake (blue gill,...

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Fort Frederick Campground

24. Fort Frederick Campground

Take a step back in time as you enter the largest stone fort ever built by the British colonists, Fort Frederick. The massive stone fort was built...

Kate
Kate: We had a great multi-family camping trip to Fort Frederick this fall. Gorgeous scenery with interesting history thrown in.
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Camp Misty Mount

25. Camp Misty Mount

Camp Misty Mount is a vintage camper enthusiasts dream. Rustic wood and stone cabins are available, taking you back to that original Appalachian...

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Enchanted Fields
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26. Enchanted Fields

Pitch your tent and come rest awhile among the relaxed whimsy of our horse farm. Within a 2 mile hike, 12 minute bicycle ride or 30 minutes on...

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Gambrill Campground

27. Gambrill Campground

Looking for a nice scenic venue for your next special event? Look no further! Gambrill State Park offers a gorgeous wooded backdrop for your...

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Susquehanna Campground

28. Susquehanna Campground

River or Bay—you’ve got ‘em both at Susequehanna State Park campgrounds. With two loops of sites (1-34 are rustic, while 36-57 have electricity and...

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New Germany Campground

29. New Germany Campground

The more, the merrier! New Germany State Park has plenty of room for the whole crew. Shelters that can handle up to 75 of your closest friends...

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Tuckahoe Campground

30. Tuckahoe Campground

If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate diversity day, go camping at Tuckahoe State Park campground, where the unique geography supports...

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