The birthplace of religious freedom, the Southern region of Maryland is where settlers first stepped ashore in 1634 on land that has retained the charm of 300 years ago. Surrounded on three sides by water, this gorgeous area offers many miles of shoreline, rivers, and bays. The surrounding waters rule the lands and lives of those who live here. Long scenic drives will delight you with many wondrous creatures - bald eagles, blue heron, and barred owls to name a few. Fishing, canoeing, and fossil hunting are popular sports, and hiker-happy state parks offer thousands of acres of wilderness to explore. No matter what you choose to do, don’t leave the region before tasting its famous one-of-a-kind stuffed ham. But be careful - you may not want to leave this gentle land.
Mike Evans P.O. Box 222 St. George Island, MD 20674 (301) 994-1722 / (800) 382-1073 / Fax: (301) 994-3482
Description: The park features a total of 25 acres, a total of 27 sites, 14 tent sites, 35 water sites, 35 electric sites, and 13 rental cabins. The campground is on a river. The campground is open from January 1st through December 31st.
Recreation: Recreation includes, motorboat, canoe and kayak rentals, 2 playgrounds, beach volleyball, fishing pier, swimming, mini golf, ping pong, bicycling and various other activities. Boat slips and public boat ramps are 10 minutes away.
Amenities: Amenities include a bath house, laundry facility, a camp store, a lighted fishing pier, clean sandy beach, and a kid-friendly “shallow water” swimming area. The campground is equipped with WiFi internet service. Pets are allowed, with restrictions. The campground accepts credit cards, and offers discounts.
Travel Directions: From Waldorf South on Route 5 to Callaway South on Route 249 until you cross the bridge on St. George’s Island. Go one mile turn right on first paved road. Go one mile, bear right at fork, go straight to end. [ map ]