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Maryland has 50 campgrounds trails. The most popular trails are Maple Tree Camp, Catoctin Mountain Park and C & O Canal: Drive-In Campground Sites. Trails.com member Christie F. recently completed Patuxent River Park Campground.
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How’d you like to wake up on the beach, the Atlantic Ocean over the closest dune, while ...
One couldn’t ask for a better location for a campground. Fort Frederick sits up the hill, ...
Patuxent River Park comprises more than 6,000 acres of environmentally sensitive parkland ...
The park itself contains more than 3,000 acres, including 243-acre Lake Habeeb. Many first-time ...
The backcountry campsites at Assateague Island National Seashore are not for the faint ...
Within this relatively small park (257 acres), you’ll find three waterfalls (including ...
South Mountain State Park more than 8,000 acres, following the ridge of South Mountain ...
The Appalachian Trail is blazed in white; blue blazes indicate trails to the Maryland ...
In this more mountainous, wooded location, you won’t be near the reservoir itself, but ...
Things can get a bit confusing in these parts, with so many competing parks (including ...
The Potomac State Forest encompasses more than 11, 000 acres of pristine wilderness bordering ...
The Potomac State Forest is a special place, as it retains the vestiges of the wildness ...
New Germany sits on the eastern side of the Continental Divide, but just barely. This ...
What attracts most to Maple Tree is the opportunity to sleep in a treehouse. Twelve such ...
Greenbrier State Park, at just under 1,300 acres, has two main attractions: the Appalachian ...
These are wonderful campsites, all far from one another, within pristine forested settings, ...
Camping here is a real out-of-the-way experience, and it’s well worth the trouble locating ...
A word of warning: the Garrett State Forest’s camping areas aren’t very easy to locate ...
Gambrill State Park, at more than 1,100 acres, sits within an area of Frederick County ...
Many Marylanders might be surprised to know that this portion of their state actually ...
The Manor Camping Area has 31 sites total. There are only one-fifth the number of sites ...
The park’s namesake is a 78-foot waterfall, which qualifies as Maryland’s largest cascading ...
The first five hiker-biker campsites in this section all sit within or adjacent to the ...
What follows is a continuation of hikwe-biker sites, moving northwesterly along the C&O ...
There are 32 tent-only hiker-biker campsites along the canal, located roughly every 5 ...
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