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HUNTER'S PARK BY DC
10 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents27 acres · Damascus, MarylandThe campground is situated in the wooded area on the back of 27 acre horse farm which is known as "The Stables at Mezza Luna." Every year in the spring there are 4-6 Thoroughbred foals born that eventually will become racehorses. They live on the farm until they are 2 years old and then they go off to begin their racing career. In the daytime, when you are not sitting around your campfire, you can walk the fence lines and visit with the Mares and Foals or just watch them frolic in the fields. Hint! "They love peppermints, carrots and apples." Who knows, you might get to meet a future Kentucky Derby winner. There are also chickens, ducks and peacocks that are very anxious to receive your love and affection with any type of treat as well. Kids can even go in the chicken coop and pick out their very own egg they can cook for their breakfast. For the energetic campers and kids there are also lots of trails that you can walk or hike on and there is a small stream the kids can play in. There also is a playground with swings, monkey bars, seesaw and trampoline. Don't miss out out on this hidden gem just minutes from our nation's capital.
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Kaya sits high on the hill of Blue Moon Rising Tiny house town. But no worries if you need a ride anywhere there's always a golf cart on stand by for free taxi rides!
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Blue Moon Rising on Deep Creek
14 units · GlampingMc Henry, MarylandOur Green Team is dedicated to cultivating economic, environmental, and social sustainability.In...
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Catoctin Quaker Camp
9 units · Glamping385 acres · MarylandCatoctin Quaker Camp was established in 1958 and its 385 acres are mostly forests. There is a...
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Pebs place
3 units · Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Barton, MarylandA small piece of serenity, quiet and be one with nature. No electricity, but you are welcome to...
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Greener Pastures Family Farm
3 units · Glamping10 acres · Keedysville, MarylandAs only the third owner of this farm since the late 1700's, we have only just begun to scratch...
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Hawkwood Farm
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents91 acres · Myersville, MarylandHawkwood Farm is a historic property in the Catoctin Mountains. The house dates back to 1803. At...
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It's easy to imagine a large group of friends camping here.
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Button Farm
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents23 acres · Germantown, MarylandThe Button Farm Living History Center is a hands-on education facility dedicated to preserving...
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Money's Rest
2 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Maryland I grew up in the neighborhood. 8 years ago i bought this property with a barn and rusted camper....
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Fiddlers Green Farm
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents107 acres · Taneytown, MarylandThis historic piece of preserved farmland has been in our family for 5 generations. The property...
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Apple Blossom Camp
2 units · Tents8 acres · MarylandThis little 8 acres of quiet and peaceful land is the perfect place to kick back and relax. ...
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Updated Fire Ring. 16' diameter crushed rock area around fire ring. Campsite is mowed weekly and sized about 80'x80'.
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Mother Earth Organic Farm
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents16 acres · Smithsburg, MarylandThe farm is located in picturesque rolling hills of Maryland. We've had many requests for photo...
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McGucken Mountain Farms
2 units · Tents4 acres · Cockeysville, MarylandThis property was part of the historic town of Warren, which was founded in the early 1800s...
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From Atlantic beaches to Appalachian Mountains, Chesapeake fishing villages to sprawling state parks―Maryland serves up plenty of variety, and campers won’t have to search far to find a campground, cabin, or glampsite. Whether you’re vacationing along the Chesapeake Bay, hiking and backcountry camping in the northern mountains, or driving your RV along Scenic Byways, there’s an adventure to suit all tastes. Summer is the busiest time to visit, when crowds hit the beach resorts along the Atlantic coast, but the mild temperatures of spring and fall are ideal for camping and outdoor activities. Winters are cold and snowy, so opt for a cozy cabin rental instead.  

Where to Go

Western Maryland

Misty mountain peaks, dense forests, and sparkling lakes await in Western Maryland, which stretches from Hagerstown to Deep Creek Lake. Follow the Mountain Maryland scenic byway through the Allegheny Mountains, rent a canal boat along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, or go whitewater rafting in Swallow Falls State Park. Seasonal highlights include the fall foliage hikes around Oakland, summer swimming and boating on Deep Creek Lake, and hitting the ski slopes in McHenry.

Central Maryland

Sitting pretty between Appalachian peaks and Chesapeake Bay shores, Maryland’s capital region has outdoor escapes within easy reach of both Baltimore and Washington D.C. Take your RV on a drive through history along the Historic National Road, running all the way from Baltimore into the western mountains; hike a 40-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail; or enjoy wine tasting along the Piedmont Wine Trail. Camping favorites include the Cunningham Falls and Susquehanna state parks.

South Maryland

Picturesque coastal towns, Civil War sites, and golf courses pepper the western shore of Chesapeake Bay, where you can enjoy fishing, birding, and oyster tasting to your heart’s content. Snag a riverside campsite along the Potomac River, enjoy beachside walks in the Point Lookout State Park, or hunt for fossils in the Calvert Cliffs State Park.

Eastern Shore

Vacationers flock to Ocean City, where there are enough sandy beaches, golf courses, and boardwalk amusements to keep you busy all summer long. Nearby, there are beachside campgrounds and herds of wild horses to admire at Assateague Island National Seashore, or you can head over to the Chesapeake Bay shore to paddle around the marshes, enjoy birdwatching in the Blackwater National Wildlife, or rent a rustic cabin at Janes Island State Park. 

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