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Maryland Guide
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The best camping in Maryland with climbing.

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


Owens Creek Campground

Owens Creek Campground

100% Recommend – 8 Responses
Renee
Renee: Beautiful location - wonderful trails all over (near Camp David) secluded camp sites, on the small sid...
Public campground
Hillcrest River Kampground
Brittany
Brittany: Don has countless spots to camp in pure beauty. One is on a pond, another overlooking the beautiful mo...
Direct book$35/night
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.
Sheep and their Chickens Farm
Dalis
Dalis: My small farm is located in the Agricultural Reserve of Montgomery County Maryland. Plenty of fields...
Direct book$30/night
Black Pine Pond
Angela
Angela: Pitch your tent next to our spring fed pond that is home to rainbow and native brook trout and...
Direct book$40/night
Revel in reenactments of American history at museums like the Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum.
Boulder Ridge Cabin
Susan
Susan: Boulder Ridge Cabin is a private cabin surrounded by woods with a large living area, kitchen, screened...
Request book$130/night
Adirondack Shelters

Adirondack Shelters

100% Recommend – 4 Responses
Chelsie
Chelsie: My boyfriend and I love to hike and were looking for a fun Labor Day Weekend camping trip. We research...
Public campground
Annapolis has been called "America's Sailing Capital," so be sure to dock here if you pine for a uniquely coastal experience.
Assateague Campground

Assateague Campground

80% Recommend – 5 Responses
Jocelyn
Jocelyn: What's better than beach camping with wild horses?!? This review is for the Assateague Island STATE pa...
Public campground
Susquehanna Campground
Maggie
Maggie: We had a great tent site that was large, and fit two families comfortably. A small little path from ou...
Public campground
The Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge offers 25,000 acres of natural beauty, including marshlands and paddling trails.
Tuckahoe Campground
If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate diversity day, go camping at Tuckahoe State Park...
Public campground
Camp Misty Mount
Camp Misty Mount is a vintage camper enthusiasts dream. Rustic wood and stone cabins are available,...
Public campground
Casselman Bridge was part of the first national road and still stands as one of the great civil work projects.
Poplar Grove Youth Group Campground
Looking to take a nature hike with a group of little tykes? Poplar Grove Campground is the perfect...
Public campground