300 acres on the Patuxent River. Very secluded with access to the river via our private creek and 150 acres of marshland. Over 100 acres of woods to walk through and a pond for wildlife watching. Plenty of tourism opportunities to visit. Patuxent River Park and Jug Bay Sanctuary, 4 local wineries within a 5 minute drive, other local farms with local products, like cheese, me
300 acres on the Patuxent River. Very secluded with access to the river via our private creek and 150 acres of marshland. Over 100 acres of woods to walk through and a pond for wildlife watching. Plenty of tourism opportunities to visit. Patuxent River Park and Jug Bay Sanctuary, 4 local wineries within a 5 minute drive, other local farms with local products, like cheese, meat, wine, and alpaca wool garnets
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Bring your own Kayak or canoe. Creek access to the river is beautiful with tons of wildlife and acres of marsh to explore
The river offers great catfish, perch and other fish. There is is small pier to fish from on high tide.
Acres of woods to hike and explore.
Bring your own Kayak or canoe. Creek access to the river is beautiful with tons of wildlife and acres of marsh to explore.
Natural features you'll find at Bald Eagle Farm on the Patuxent in Maryland.
Beautiful hard wood forests to explore
River, stream or creek
Our creek leads to the Patuxent River with miles of smooth water for canoeing or kayaking.
Shallow water wetland and pond are on site. Additionally our river marsh is amazing and loaded with wildlife to see.
Bald Eagle Farm is a working farm and has been a family owned farm for 3 generations. Today the farm raises hay and other commo...Read more
The vibe at Bald Eagle Farm on the Patuxent
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Perfect family camping experience!
We absolutely loved staying here! The owner was so hospitable; he met us and got us situated at the site and made recommendations about “adventures” we could enjoy on the trail and by the lake. The lake was a little lower because of the dry season, but this was perfect for us because we were able to pitch our tent on the nice, soft grass right beside the water and we didn’t have to deal with any nuisance plants or animals, and very few bugs. My husband and two sons caught tadpoles, fish, and crayfish in the lake, and our dog roamed freely and loved it. Quiet, private, and safe. Perfect family camping experience!
Beautiful, private, sweeping site
Robert (‘Yates’) was an exceptional host. He was more than accommodating for my guest in a wheelchair. He took time out of his Sunday to drive us to a more accessible launch for our kayak.
The site had an amazing sunset view! The pictures did not do the site justice. We felt very safe at the beautiful location. We hope to visite again soon:)
What a beautiful place to spend camping. Yates was there to meet me upon arrival. I parked at the first campsite which faced the fields and backed up to the woods. The farmhouse and barn were visible in the distance and the view was pastoral and lovely.
Yates helped me pack my gear into his truck to head to the second campsite. It had rained the day before so he wanted to make sure my van didn’t get stuck (so considerate!). This campsite faced the same fields and also backed to the woods, but was even more secluded. The path down to the river was here. There was a boardwalk through the marsh to a dock on the river. It will be exciting to camp again when it’s warmer and we can take advantage of the river access. In addition to plenty of firewood, he offered the use of an elevated fire ring and table to help mitigate the damp ground. Again, so considerate.
I ended up walking my gear down to the creek where I was welcomed to take my pick of spots to camp. It was beautiful and shielded from the wind. The ground was soft from the rain, but all the fallen leaves kept it from getting muddy. I heard a ton of birds, lots of geese, dogs, foxes and an owl. It was not quiet or peaceful, but I go to the woods for all the sounds of nature, small and big. I can use noise canceling headphones for peace and quiet. The next morning, there were massive flocks of swifts(?) over the corn fields. They would all go quiet at the exact same time, then there would be a huge “whoosh” as they took to the sky. I could actually feel the wind they generated. If you haven’t seen birds in a murmuration, look it up on youtube, it’s an amazing sight.
It was hard to say goodbye to this beautiful farmland (but I was hungry after dropping my entire breakfast all over the ground) and I plan to return when it gets warmer.