RV Parks in and around Dumfries
New Market, VA
Endless Caverns RV ResortDiscover our beautiful mountainside campground situated on 265 acres in the Shenandoah Valley. Adventure awaits on this vacation as you experience a subterranean tour of our “Endless Caverns” or stay above ground to traverse plenty of breathtaking hiking trails. Soak up the sun while relaxing or splashing at the pool and cap it off with what guests often describe as the best night of sleep ever.
Benners Meadow Run CampgroundBenner’s is nestled in the beautiful Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania. You can enjoy the park in your own camper, a cabin (with all the comforts of home), rustic Benner Barns, or your own tent.Enjoy the large swimming pool to cool off as well as a wading pool for toddlers. Spend some quality time playing mini golf topped off with a few rounds of air hockey and video games in the game room. Make us the place for your next getaway or stop in for a visit to see the beauty of Benner’s in person. Our RV park is a short 1-3-hour drive from Pittsburgh and Harrisburg (PA), Columbus (OH), Baltimore (MD), Pittsburgh and Harrisburg (PA). The campground is located on Nelson Road, just two miles off of the National Road (route 40) in Farmington, PA.
Pocono Point RV & CampgroundPocono Point RV & Campground offers a truly unforgettable vacation experience, where you can enjoy the culture of historic Jim Thorpe any time of year. Our camping near Pocono Mountains offers an array of stay types like full-hookup RV sites, cozy cabins, as well as the authentic experience of rustic tent camping. We also have, one-of-a-kind views over the Delaware Water Gap.Pocono Point RV features accommodations for every family to enjoy; whether you’re camping for the first time or take the family out for an adventure every year, we have the site, tent, or cabin for you.
College Park, MD
Cherry Hill RV ParkCherry Hill Park is a family-owned and operated campground that has been in the Gurevich family for 5 generations. We love hosting guests from all across America, from all over the world, and from just down the road in our home state of Maryland. Our story begins back in 1921, when Jacob and Rose Gurevich moved out to the country from Washington, DC. They bought a plot of land, started Cherry Hill Poultry Farm, and set up a general store right by the road. When travelers came through, Rose allowed them to set up camp behind the store, and the Gurevich family entered the industry of hospitality for the first time.After World War II, the nation experienced a housing crisis. We became Cherry Hill Trailer Park, then Cherry Hill Mobile Home Village, housing many GIs and young families. As the interstate highway system grew, Americans began to travel for leisure, and many needed a place to stay while visiting Washington, DC. Cherry Hill Campcity was born, and we became a business that catered to travelers and tourists for the first time.In the 1980s, Rose and Jacob's grandson Norman Gurevich and his wife, Joan, had a vision for a new kind of campground: a top-tier destination park that offered premium amenities, extensive services, full hook-ups, and room for even the biggest RVs. We built Cherry Hill Park from scratch, moving one mile down the road from our original location. 2 generations later, we've officially settled into our new location, and we are still focused on continuing to grow and change to accommodate the needs of our guests. In 2015, we completed another major renovation, adding a splash park, premium log cabins, 18-hole mini golf, a new bathhouse, a gym, an outdoor pavilion, new laundry facilities, and group tenting sites. In 2017, we were fortunate to win our third Campground of the Year award from ARVC (also 2007 & 2002). We enjoy outstanding ratings from Good Sam, as well as from guest review sites like Google, TripAdvisor, and Campground Reviews.Through all of the changes, we've stayed rooted in the same values we held as a family of farmers. We're proud to work hard and to put smiles on the faces of those we serve. We focus each day on providing our guests with the best hospitality and tourism options that Washington, DC, has to offer.
Ramblin PinesRamblin’ Pines is your perfect choice for a fine, full-service family campground! No other campground offers you such easy access to outstanding urban attractions from such an incomparable rural setting. We are perfectly nestled in a quiet, peaceful wooded setting, located in the center of the full range of the Washington - Frederick - Baltimore vacation attractions. For those of you that aren't looking to go outside the campground for your vacation, we have you taken care of, too. Whether it’s a game of horseshoes or swimming, come and share some camping fun and recreation with us!
Greenbrier State ParkLocated in the Appalachian Mountains, Greenbrier State Park is a multi-use park providing many kinds of recreation. The 42-acre man-made freshwater lake and white sandy beach draw many visitors who enjoy swimming, canoeing, boating and fishing. A visitor center is open year-round and features information on the South Mountain Recreation Area and a small gift shop.Almost eleven miles of hiking trails meander through a variety of wildlife habitats. Rock outcrops show much of the earth's geologic history. A portion of the Appalachian Trail enters the eastern edge of the park on Bartman's Hill Trail.Greenbrier State Park offers 164 campsites in a forest setting with fresh water and bathhouses in each camp loop. Suited for a variety of campers, the park offers two pet-friendly camping loops, one electric camping loop and tent and RV sites.Greenbrier State Park offers an accessible visitor center, picnic areas and some campsites. A beach wheelchair is also available.
Lake Somerset Family CampgroundBeautiful established family owned and operated campground in Westover, Maryland. Come visit for a day or more, then come back again and again!!
North East, MD
Elk Neck State ParkElk Neck State Park is located in Cecil County on a peninsula, formed by the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Elk River on the east. The park has 2,370 acres of land with varied landscapes that include marshlands, heavily wooded areas, white clay cliffs and sandy shorelines.The Elk River Camping Area is located on the eastern portion of the peninsula and offers over 250 campsites, 16 cabins (nine mini/camper cabins and seven rustic cabins), a youth group camping area, park store, playground and a nature center.The park store will be staffed on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Firewood will still be sold.The Rustic Cabins are closed due to renovations. Disturbances associated with construction should be expected Monday-Friday in the Fall of 2023-Fall 2025.Bathhouse Renovations: Starting on October 1, 2023 sites in the Bohemia, Wye, Susquehanna, Choptank, Elk, Miles, Tred Avon, and Chester loops will be closed through December 31, 2024 for bathhouse renovations. We apologize for any inconvenience!
G&R CampgroundEstablished in 1997, we are a family owned campground with a twist. We not only offer year round camping, we also have a 10,000 sq ft Activity Hall for private functions and we provide catering on grounds.
Tall Pines Campground ResortSnuggled serenely among the Tall Pines of southern Delaware's lush, Loblolly Woods, lies a resort camping community which offers RV and travel trailer vacationers incomparable amenities, convenience and seclusion. Just minutes from the pounding surf of the Atlantic Ocean and the gentle ebb and flow of the Delaware Bay, a bounty of natural splendor and recreational pleasures await the daily and seasonal campers at Tall Pines resort!
Assateague Island National SeashoreCamping at Assateague will be a pleasant experience if you plan ahead! The barrier island habitat can be harsh if you are not prepared. Camping is available only in the Maryland district of Assateague Island. Campers are reminded to bring firewood (locally purchased), sunscreen, insect repellent, screen tents for shade and insect protection, and long tent stakes to anchor tents in the sand and wind.
Rehoboth Beach, DE
Big Oaks Family CampgroundBig Oaks Campground offers a variety of activities during the summer season. You can dance outside, show off your artistic ability at our art contests, eat free ice cream cones, play bingo, or join in one of our tournaments (basketball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, or billiards).We schedule our activities on Saturday evenings, and due to the fact that some of our activities are held outside, all of our activities are subject to change.Activities/facilities include: swimming pool, playground, game room, camp store, shuttle service, tile bath, shuffleboard, Civil War gifts, picnic tables, fire rings, horseshoes, basketball court, laundry and free Wi-Fi at certain central locations.
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