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Central Region

                                                              Attractions & Campgrounds
                                                                    Experience the excitement of big city life
                                                               closely intertwined with the magic of country charm!
                                                              Attractions of the Central Region
                                                              Annapolis: Awe inspiring scenery on the Chesapeake Bay. U.S.
                                                              Naval Academy, William Paca Estate, State House. (410) 280-0445
                                                              Baltimore: Inner  Harbor,  Fort  McHenry,  National  Aquarium,
                                                                Science Center, Oriole Baseball, Ravens Football, Baltimore Zoo.
                                                              (877) 225-8466
                                                              Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary: A 100-acre ecological
                                                              sanctuary, with live animals and exhibits. (410) 535-5327
                                                              B&O Railroad Station Museum: The first passenger terminal of the
                                                              B&O Railroads. (410) 752-2490
                                                              Calvert Cliffs State Park: Sandy beach, unique fossils, fishing, fresh-
                                                              water and tidal marshland, 13 miles of hiking trails. (410) 260-8888
                                                              Carroll County Farm Museum: Tours, exhibits, demonstrations.
                                                              (410) 386-3880
                                                              Havre  de  Grace  Decoy  Museum: Displays  1,200  decoys  and
                                                                decorative carvings by American masters. (410) 939-3739
                                                              Ladew Topiary Gardens: 1747 Manor house, nature walks, 22
                                                              acres of flowers and topiary, 35 years as most outstanding topiary
                                                              garden in America. (410) 557-9570
                                                              National Harbor: 300 acre waterfront resort destination on the
                                                              banks of the Potomac including 160 retailers for every kind of shop-
         Maryland Association of Campgrounds                  ping,  the  Capital  Wheel,  and  the  new  MGM  National  Harbor
                          Officers                            Casino. (877) 628-5427
                                                              Patuxent  National  Wildlife  Preserve: 12,750  acres  supporting
     Executive Director: Deb Carter                           wildlife research. Visitor center, outdoor trails. (301) 497-5580
                      Buttonwood Beach RV Resort              Solomon’s Island: A beautiful, quiet waterfront island village with
                      (410) 275-2108                          a deep, protected harbor nestled where the Patuxent River and
     Exec. Assistant:  Justinn Irons                          Chesapeake Bay meet. (410) 326-6027
                      Ole Mink Farm Recreation Resort         Washington, D.C.: The Capitol Building, White House, Vietnam
                      (301) 271-7012                          Veterans Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, Smithsonian
     President:       Linda Gurevich                            Institute, the  National Zoo, and the new National Museum of
                                                              African  American  History  and  Culture  are  a  few  highlights.
                      Cherry Hill Park                        (202) 789-7000
     Vice President:  Harold Decker                           Central Maryland’s Campground Locations
                      Frontier Town/Fort Whaley               Adventure Bound Camping Resort: From D.C., I-95 to Exit 11A
     Treasurer:       Debbie Irons                            (Rt. 4 South) to Route 408 to Sands Road. From Annapolis, Route
                      Ole Mink Farm Recreation Resort         2 South to Route 408 to Sands Road.
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     Secretary:       Mike Gurevich                           Bar Harbor RV Park: 8 miles SW of Aberdeen, 1 /2 miles East on
                      Cherry Hill Park                        Long Bar Road from US 40.
     Directors:       Warren Glotfelty, Double G RV Park      Cherry Hill Park: From Beltway (I-495 & I-95), Exit 25 (US 1 South,
                                                              College Park). Right at Cherry Hill Road, entrance 1 mile on left.
                      Sue Wendlandt, Sandy Hill               From I-95 South, Exit 29B (Rt. 212, Calverton), follow Route 212
                      Elyse Wilkinson, Bar Harbor             (Powder Mill Road) 1 mile, turn left onto Cherry Hill Road, 1 mile.
                      Russ Yates, Holiday Park                Merry Meadows Recreation Farm: From North, use Exit 37 from
                                                              I-83. From South, use Exit 36 from I-83. Follow signs.
     Directory designed and published by Pelland Advertising  Ramblin’ Pines Family Campground: From I-70, Exit 73 North on
             25 Depot Road, Haydenville, MA 01039             Route 94 to Hoods Mill Road, East 2 /2 miles. From I-70 Exit 76
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              (413) 268-0100 / www.pelland.com                North on Route 97 to Hoods Mill Road, West  /2 mile.
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