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The 20 best camping spots in Maryland.

Choose your adventure from from 66 state parks to hiking historical landmarks.

CATAWAY
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1. CATAWAY

CATAWAY is a land-base for anyone who wants to grow outside of the city and live in a village on the Potomac River. You and your friends or family...

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Lakeside Campsite & Creek In Suburbs Camp
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2. 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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If the cool sand of an oceanside beach sounds good to you, camping in Maryland is just what you're looking for. But what if you're looking for miles of trails, weaving through forests of white pine and black oak? Or maybe you and your history-hungry crew want to take in nationally significant landmarks like Antietam National Battlefield and Fort Frederick? Well, Maryland has Read more...
If the cool sand of an oceanside beach sounds good to you, camping in Maryland is just what you're looking for. But what if you're looking for miles of trails, weaving through forests of white pine and black oak? Or maybe you and your history-hungry crew want to take in nationally significant landmarks like Antietam National Battlefield and Fort Frederick? Well, Maryland has got you covered. 66 state parks and nearly 8,000 total miles of shoreline give you room to roam while you're here. Pocomoke State Forest has 15,000 acres of Maryland woods to explore, and Elk Neck State Park will give you a great view of the North East River, Elk River, and the Chesapeake Bay. There's a lot to do here, but don't forget to leave room for a Maryland crab feast between hikes through this historical region.
Pleasant Place Camp
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3. Pleasant Place Camp

We offer safe, lighted parking for RV/motorcoaches with 30 amp electrical hook-ups and safe clearings for camping. We are ideal for hunters,...

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Kitts Marsh on Patuxent River
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4. 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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Annapolis has been called "America's Sailing Capital," so be sure to dock here if you pine for a uniquely coastal experience.
Crow Farmstay RV Site
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5. 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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Enchanted Fields
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6. 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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The Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge offers 25,000 acres of natural beauty, including marshlands and paddling trails.
Big Meadows Campground

7. Big Meadows Campground

100% Recommend (14 Campers)

At Big Meadows Campground, prepare to experience a natural orchestra the likes of which you’ve never heard. Crickets in their thickets whisper...

Alicia
Alicia: I've camped at Big Meadows twice. The group of women I backpack with and I did the AT from Front Royal to Big Meadows one year,...
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Owens Creek Campground

8. Owens Creek Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

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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Casselman Bridge was part of the first national road and still stands as one of the great civil work projects.
Westmoreland State Park Campground

9. Westmoreland State Park Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

At Westmoreland, you’ll get even MORE than you bargained for. The stunning scenery, tons of activities and a rich local history make this place an...

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Greenbelt Campground

10. 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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Take a trip into Baltimore to walk along the deck of the historic USS Constellation, a major player in the Civil War.
1812 Virginia Farmstay
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11. 1812 Virginia Farmstay

Take a break from back country camping in the adjacent Shenandoah National Park. Two comfortable suites await in a National Register 1812 stone...

Katherine
Katherine : Feel like visiting the English countryside without the long flight? The historic 1812 Caledonia Farm is just that. Tucked away...
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Hazel River Hideaway
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12. Hazel River Hideaway

80% Recommend (5 Campers)

Our campsites are located along the scenic Hazel River in Culpeper, Virginia. River Hills is comprised of over 200 acres of private family owned...

Miles
Miles: This place was an absolute blast! Peggy, Tim and David were extremely friendly and fun to hang out with, and the location was...
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Over Jordan Farm
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13. Over Jordan Farm

In the lee of the Shenandoah National Park sits 200 acre Over Jordan Farm, home of Bean Hollow Grassfed, a grazing livestock operation that raises...

Cedarville Campground

14. 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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Homestead Campground Camp
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15. Homestead Campground Camp

Family-friendly activities abound within the campgrounds. We hold regular horseshoe tournaments and game days, and we also have special events for...

Tuckahoe Campground

16. 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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Smallwood Campground

17. Smallwood Campground

Callin’ all country bumpkins stranded in DC—Smallwood State Park is here for you. Escape to Smallwood for a weekend, and you’ll be surrounded by...

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Martinak Campground

18. 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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Calvert Cliffs Campground

19. 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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Spring Hill Farm
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20. Spring Hill Farm

Spring Hill Farm is located in rural northwest Hanover County/Caroline County Border on the North Anna River in Virginia. We are between the Cities...

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