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The best swimming hole camping in Maryland.

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


Hillcrest River Kampground
Hillcrest River Kampground
Hillcrest River Kampground
Hillcrest River Kampground
Hillcrest River Kampground
Brittany
Brittany: Don has countless spots to camp in pure beauty. One is on a pond, another overlooking t...
Morning light hitting the back of the shanty.
Second floor has two decent sized beds (can fit two people each) This shows one of the beds along with the composting toilet.
Greeted by the morning sun.
A look at downstairs.
A chair between two beds.
Cabin provided
Michael
Michael: Do whatever you can to get over to Kitts Marsh! It is the most incredible spot for a we...
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.
part of the braddock trail in summer across the road from campsite
part of the braddock trail in winter
Amy
Amy: This is a very quiet place to relax in the rural Appalachian mountains in Western...
Sleep in perfect peace
This is where you can park your RV or pitch your tent.
View of the playground
Waterfront Oasis at Longview
This is where you can pitch your tent or park your Motor home
DrTracee
Dr Tracee: Pitch a tent or park your RV on our property and enjoy a beautiful waterfront dry...
Take a trip into Baltimore to walk along the deck of the historic USS Constellation, a major player in the Civil War.
Cozy huts tucked into the woods, plenty of space between huts.
Modern, clean bath house and pavilion.
Inside huts - comfortable double bed, couch that folds into double bed, and table.
Camp cook area with all essentials for cooking for 4.
Yough River - many great viewing spots on the property.
Cabin provided
Forrest
Forrest: Absolutely beautiful place to camp. We had a great time exploring the trails and playi...
Lakeside Campsite & Creek In Suburbs Camp
Johnny
Johnny: The campground is located on our 20 acre property next to a 2 acre lake that belongs to...
Casselman Bridge was part of the first national road and still stands as one of the great civil work projects.
Sugar Magnolia
Sugar Magnolia
Sugar Magnolia
Sugar Magnolia
Sugar Magnolia
Cabin provided
Rob
Rob: As you walk up the lane here at Blue Moon Rising and pass the Phoenix building, Sugar...