The story of our nation unfolds here in the Northern Region of Maryland. In this land of pioneers, soldiers and heroes, just let yourself be transported back in time. If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the sounds of wagons and stagecoaches, battle cries and victory yells. Today, world-class wines are produced here, honoring a heritage that dates back over 300 years. This is a spiritual land, full of shrines and monuments, mansions and museums, waterfalls and wildlife preserves, antiques and boutiques. Whether you return to the past or take in a baseball game, Maryland’s Northern Region is a must see.
Brunswick Family Campground
Bonnie Moore, Campground Manager 100 South Maple Avenue Brunswick, MD 21716 (301) 834-9950
Description: The Brunswick Family Campground is located between the Potomac River and the C&O Canal, near Harpers Ferry, WV. This full service RV and tent campground right on the river has over 100 scenic campsites. The campground is conveniently located only 1 hour from the Washington DC and Baltimore beltways.
Recreation: Recreation includes boat rentals, boat slips or ramps, 1 playground, tubing, boating, bike rentals, and nature trails.
Amenities: Amenities include a store, full bathhouse, nearby restaurant, rally facilities, and 2 open pavilions. The campground is equipped with WiFi Internet service, and 50-amp electric is available. Pets are allowed, with restrictions. The campground accepts credit cards, and offers discounts.
Maple Tree Campground - The Treehouse Camp
Louise Soroko, General Manager 20716 Townsend Road Gapland, MD 21779 (301) 432-5585 / Fax: (301) 432-4440
Description: The park features a total of 20 acres, a total of 26 sites, 10 tent sites, and 16 rental cabins. The campground is within 3 miles of a river and a pond. The campground is open from January 1st through December 31st.
Recreation: Recreation includes nearby horseback riding, and nearby nature trails.
Amenities: Amenities include a bath house, nearby laundry facility, store, nearby restaurant, club facilities, and an open pavilion. The campground is equipped with WiFi internet service. Pets are allowed, with restrictions. The campground is listed in AAA, accepts credit cards, and offers discounts.
Travel Directions: From US 40A or US 340, 5 miles on Route 67 to Gapland Road, up mountain to Townsend Road, follow signs. [ map ]
Description: The park features a total of 35 acres, a total of 110 sites, 110 water sites, 110 electric sites, 10 rental cabins, 0 overnight sites, and can accommodate RV's up to 35 ft. in length. The campground is on a pond, and within 3 miles of a lake.
Recreation: Recreation includes a swimming pool, 1 playground, planned weekend activities, hayrides, and nature trails.
Amenities: Amenities include 2 bath houses, pump service, nearby laundry facility, LP gas, public phone, store, nearby restaurant, an open pavilion, and game room. The campground is equipped with WiFi internet service. Pets are allowed, with restrictions. The campground accepts credit cards, and offers discounts.
Travel Directions: US 15 to MD 77W, 3 miles to Catoctin Hollow Road, left 3 miles to Mink Farm Road, right 1 1/2 miles. [ map ]
John Erdman, General Manager 16519 Lappans Road Williamsport, MD 21795 (301) 223-7117
Description: Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort in Williamsport, Maryland offers a breathtaking camping experience that the whole family will enjoy. This Camp-Resort is located along western Maryland’s scenic foothills, with an array of natural beauty. When campers aren’t busy swimming and splashing at Yogi Bear’s Water Zone or zooming down the 400’ waterslides, they can enjoy the 18-hole mini golf course, gem mining experience, arcade, jumping pillow, lazer tag in the woods, outdoor sports, playgrounds, and more!
Recreation: Recreation includes swimming pools and interactive splash pad, two 400’ waterslides, playgrounds, mini golf, jumping pillow, lazer tag, pond, hiking trails, and daily planned activities.
Amenities: Amenities include 4 bath houses, laundry facility, Camp Store, onsite restaurant, Bark Park, open pavilion, and dump station. Pets are allowed, with restrictions. Credit cards accepted.
Travel Directions: From Washington, DC: Take I-270 North to I-70 West to Exit 28, follow Jellystone Park™ signs. From Baltimore, MD: Take I-695 to I-70 West to Exit 28, follow Jellystone Park™ signs. From Harrisburg, PA: Take I-81 S to Exit 1 for MD-63 S/MD-68 E toward Williamsport / Boonsboro. From Winchester, VA: Take I-81 N to Exit 1 for MD-63 S/Md-68 E toward Williamsport / Boonsboro.
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