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1. Greenbelt Campground

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Greenbelt Campground
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: Riverdale, MD 20737

Telephone: (301) 344-3944

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Review: "Great campsites with trees and separation between the sites."

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Heather Bowman: Upon checking in, realized our site was too small for our tents (a 3 person and a 1 person). We were able to switch sites but then realized the bathrooms were gross. The mens room did not have doors on the stalls which made my 10 year old son uncomfortable. The ranger was incredibly helpful and kind, but we left.

C F: So I understand that the campground has been closed for awhile and recently opened. It could definitely use some upgrades, but seems like they are working on it. Bathrooms are outdated and on the dirty side, but warm and functional. It's been below freezing at night so the tick problem isn't so bad yet, but I did find one on my dog. I imagine it will get worse as the weather gets warmer. The park is really big with trails and picnic areas, but because of the cold weather I haven't done much hiking, but the one trail I did hike was nice. The camp host is super nice and drops in to chat while doing his rounds, and was very helpful with a few things I needed and questions I had. Overall, for 20 bucks a night to be this close to DC, I can't believe that the place is not packed for cherry blossom season, but it's almost empty. It's really a nice campground and will hopefully get better if they do some upgrades, which it seems like they are.

Arndts Aren’t Staying Put: We enjoyed our time at Greenbelt Campground. This affordable option near the District was awesome for exploring the Capitol. Lots of nature and wildlife to explore at this beautiful spot. The only things we didn’t love were the tight fitting campsites, unlevel spaces, and lack of electric hookup options. Still, we recommend this park! We’re the Arndts, a family of four (+2 cats) traveling the US’ state and national parks full time. Follow us on Instagram: @arndts.arent.staying.put

Blaine Kaiser: Pretty good campground. $20/night is not terrible for how close you are to DC and metro stations to take you in via train. Spots are nice and blacktopped. The fire pit and grill in my pictures are some of the nicer ones I could find to photograph. A lot of the fire pits are pretty well destroyed. The bathrooms are probably a 6/10. I'm not sure they got cleaned the first week we were there. The showers could use more attention than what they get, the shower often times has a drain full of hair. It would be awesome if there was power provided. Overall, totally worth the stay.

Scott Schroth: Awesome camp ground. Very well kept paths and pad suites. Most camp sites have a fire cover they ask you to use for control. The cover is a great aid to help cook food or roast marshmallows. Most site areas have a picnic cable and a standing grill near by each site.

merlemcc: Stayed one night while passing through on a bike trip. Our fellow campers are quiet, but you hear some traffic noise from the city. Our campsite was washed out from heavy rain and unusable; we set up our tents on the pavement. Bathrooms were clean enough, with nice hot water in the shower, but in disrepair. In general, it looks like a park hanging on with a shoestring budget. Ranger was very friendly and took the time to chat with us.

Mirko Abad: Very peaceful. Really relaxing is worth the trip and spend a few days.

Waleed AlRayes: Online and easy booking, amazing place and close to downtown attractions

Sebastien Pilon: Perfect place to stay if you want to visit the Capitol while camping and having fun!!

Chris: Great campgrounds! Plenty of drive-in campsites with built-in picnic tables, fire pits, and warm restrooms.

2. Washington DC / Capitol KOA Holiday

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Washington DC / Capitol KOA Holiday
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 768 Cecil Ave N, Millersville, MD 21108

Telephone: (800) 562-0248

Guy: Campground


Review: "For starters a lot of the campsites are not level."

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RandThrockM: Good place to getaway and relax. Bathroom and showers we're well maintained. Campsites a little close to each other but neighbors were friendly. Hiking trail not bad, need more and clear markings as well as bushes need to be trimmed some on the path. Inside the registration/store we met one of the best workers there, sorry feel bad can't remember this older gentleman's name. Very helpful and polite throughout our whole stay, definitely deserves kudos for going over and beyond his job. 👍🏽 If staying longer, there are some good shopping and activities nearby.

Nicole Neumann: I would rate this place 0 stars if I could. The staff was not friendly/helpful at ALL. My family and I live in our camper and are just passing through the DC area. Thank GOD it is only a 2 night stay. My kids went to the jump pad and I was sitting outside of my camper watching them, however the staff would not allow that. Even though, there were 3 other kids on the jump pad with no parents in sight. I was at least watching my children. Once the staff decided to tell me they could not jump unless I was STANDING at the fence line, we tried to mention that there were other children up there with no parents around and instead of having a grown up conversation, the staff decided to drive away on their golf cart in the middle of us talking to them. They were extremely rude. The staff is truly watching your every step, so if you like having baby sitters, then by all means, this is the campground for you. On top of the unfriendly staff, the facility is filthy. The pool is now open for the summer and the water is GREEN. You would think after being closed all winter, they would have had it cleaned and ready for opening week. I would NEVER stay here again, nor would I even recommend this campground to my worst enemy.

Mia Fish: It was good enough for what we needed. It was off season and we were happy to get a place to stay. Our spot wasn’t great due to the size of our rig and the spot was up an incline then we had to go back and forth to find most level spot. Other spots much more level but in all fairness we might have asked for this spot not realizing how it was in real life. Easy to get to in snd out. No narrow barriers. You can unhook right outside check in office. I’d definitely stay again.

Anne Byrnes: Worst experience at a KOA ever. We found one staff member to be blatantly rude and condescending during our stay. He was abrasive and challenging to my husband in tone and manner. It was totally inappropriate and unnecessary. The showers and restrooms have bugs everywhere. They keep the doors to these areas open 24 hrs a day so anything could crawl into the area. Disgusting. The water is cold and the shower stalls so small you can't move. Overall the place is dirty. We've always stayed at KOA campgrounds and never had this type of experience prior. Keep driving and avoid this place.

Lill_Ginge: After staying here, my views on this location are severely altered. Aside from the low cost and distance to the city, everything was negitve, the largest problems being with a complete lack of hot water in the showers and sink. It was also next to a large highway and a airport which isn't really the "camping adventure" anyone is looking for. While my stay was enjoyable, this was only due to my family's presence.

Dr. Mott: Capital KOA only receives 1 star. We stayed at a "premium site" ($100). We arrived to a dirty fire ring and a non working grill. They cleaned the fire ring and disassembled the grill but never fixed it. They left the gas on and it smelled terrible so I turned it off. Most of the staff is polite but a few are indifferent. The bathrooms were not cleaned frequently but were not terrible. I stay here twice a year every year but will not be back. It's not worth the price even though the location is central to DC, Annapolis and Baltimore.

Julie Moore: My daughter came down with a fever the day before our arrival. She also developed a cough. We called to cancel our reservations to do the right thing even though of course we were disappointed to not have our family vacation. I called ahead, but it was not 48 hours ahead. We would have called 48 hours if she fell ill the day before. I was told that I would be charged the first night. The receptionist said that she would speak to the manager and she was sure that given the circumstances, it would be refunded. I still have not been refunded and I've called several times to resolve this. I would have used the site and kept our distance if we had known that we would have not been refunded. I am very disappointed in this KOA. Seems like they would rather people come sick than encourage people to do the right thing.

MaryBeth L: I’ve been a slacker about my reviews but I’m making a point to leave a review because clearly some of the issues haven’t been resolved. We stayed in March. Staff did not make clear what check in process was and i didn’t personally hear from them until I contacted them that there was no hot water in the showers. We were told they were “on the list” and it should be fixed next week and in the mean time to use the showers by the pool. Clearly that hasn’t been resolved. Also - the name is a misnomer because it’s nearly an HOUR to get into the Capitol area most days. I’d stay here again if I had to but it won’t be my first choice. I let them keep 3 stars because the sites were level, they had FHU and facilities - even if they weren’t very useful, and they had a playground.

Dean Krebs: They had no hot water in the rest rooms. I was very happy to be able to shower in our trailer. I have, however, stayed there many times in the past going back to the late 70s with our children and grandchildren and had wonderful times, so I won't give up on them for one bad week.

Alecia Burke: Update: they charged my debit card without authorization because I was a guest to a camper and I left after 12. I never signed anything so this is illegal. This KOA leaves a lot to be desired. Some of the staff were nice, some, not so much! Rules changed depending on who you spoke to, and so did prices. Guests went from $10 (5 per person) to $15 (5 per person and per car). The pool was closed for the season (we visited in JUNE). Not worth the price. Poorly planned sites that are close to each other and have no pathways in between, so you have to walk ALL the way around all of the sites to get to the playground, if you're parked in the middle of the campground. The playground didn't have enough gravel, so you can see the very bottom of the playground (the part that's supposed to be buried). I would not stay here again and would not recommend it.

3. Cherry Hill Park

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Cherry Hill Park
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 9800 Cherry Hill Rd, College Park, MD 20740

Telephone: (301) 937-7116

Guy: Campground


Review: "... the campsite to use as a base while visiting Washington DC."

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Eric Isaacson: I had high expectations and they were well met. So much of the staff was just so friendly and actually trying to make sure we enjoyed our stay. I even saw a lifeguard smiling while watching kids play in the pool. They're just happy and helpful and care. The facilities were great. We played in the pool, did laundry, enjoyed their out door movie night, played on multiple playgrounds, and sat in the hot tub. You'll want to make sure you have a support slinky for your sewer hose though as their drain pipes are a little elevated. also, just a heads up that the Cherry Hill bus line that starts and ends at the gate is not super dependable and just doesn't show sometimes, twice for us. That's not the campgrounds fault, just a heads up for visitors. On this trip, we've seen Mt. Rushmore, the Statue of Liberty, the Gateway Arch, the National Mall, and the Smithsonian Zoo (to name a few) but Cherry Hill is the favorite destination for some of my kids and in the top few for all of them. This was a sad place to move out of as we continued our trip. Thank you!
Response: Thanks, Eric, it makes us so happy to hear that you and your family were treated well at our campground. We love our staff, and we're so glad they made such a positive impact on your stay!

Gigliotti Family: Great RV resort with lots of amenities and close to DC. We stayed for 3 nights over Easter. Sites are a little small but very clean. Bathhouses were close and also very clean. We had planned on going into DC 2 separate days but there was so much to do at the resort and our kids were having so much fun we decided to stay at the campground for 1 of the days instead of going into DC. The transportation offered to the metro was excellent and so convenient! Being novice campers, we forgot a few things but the general store at the campground had everything we needed. The cafe also has excellent food! We will definitely be back!!
Response: Thanks for camping with us - we're happy to hear your family enjoyed the amenities so much! See you next time :)

Kellie Fischer: We brought our RV in at night and they were very accommodating to helping us find our site. Jon was so kind and helpful to us our whole stay. We really appreciated his help and conversation! The location was fabulous! The young man in the camp store gave us exact directions into Washington DC and even assisted in loading subway cards so I didn't have to fuss with getting them at subway station. Great customer service! Thank you Cherry Hill Park!
Response: We agree, Jon rocks! We will pass on the compliment. We're so glad our staff helped make your trip easy and relaxing!

Desi Jerry: The camp grounds was immaculate, bathrooms were clean at all times! We stayed in the premium tent site that were well worth the extra fee. Having the lawn chairs and gazebo was wonderful… Our family will stay here again! Location was close to stores if you needed to pick up groceries. The site also supplied Ice and wood delivery!
Response: We're so glad you enjoyed the premium tent sites - thanks for camping with us, Desi!

Michael Kraxberger: What a great place! The campgrounds are huge, but because of the segmented areas, it still has a small park feel - depending on where you are located. Some areas are quite tight and look crowded, others a little more spacious. Location is everything - this is 5 minutes from the Metro station (actually 2, we always went to Greenbelt station) which will take you anywhere inside the beltway, several downtown locations, and even to Mt. Vernon. The campground also has several private tours directly into DC - we took the night tour, which was a marked difference in the standard group tour. Grounds - exceptionally maintained. Amenities - beyond expectations. DC highlights seminar at 4:00 every day - fantastic content and helpful advice about the city. 2 pools, Hot tub, and sauna, two laundry rooms, clean, spacious, well-lit bathhouses, kids programs, gated access - all above standard. This is one of the best in the country!
Response: Wow, Michael, thanks so much! We're really glad you were impressed with us, and we hope we helped make your trip to DC everything it could be. Thanks for camping with us!

Angeli: Everything was Excellent! The customer service was great. Everyone my husband and I dealt with that worked at the campground was very friendly , helpful and welcoming. The facilities ( Bathhouses) the shower stalls were keep pristine, there were very good water pressure and plenty of hot water. All of the amenities were obviously well maintained, The pool, Splash pad, miniature Golf, Basketball Court. The campground at Cherry Hill Park is a beautiful place with many areas of peaceful tranquility so you can really relax. Also the roadways are well paved and lighted to make driving at night around the campground or even walking around at night quite comfortable. We used a tent and our site #116 was great. plenty of room for our vehicle, tent and lounge chairs. A picnic table and fire was provided. Thank you to everyone at Cherry Hill Campgounds. My husband and I really enjoyed ourselves and are already planning a return trip later this year.
Response: We're so glad you enjoyed your trip, Angeli! Sounds like we'll see you again soon :)

Shelli Echave: Park was wonderful! The staff was super friendly and helpful, the grounds were very clean and well maintained. The laundry and showers were conveniently located and reasonably priced. The metro bus made it easy to connect to the metro line for the ride into DC. Overall, I couldn't be happier with my stay.
Response: Thanks, Shelli, we're so glad to hear that!

Jeff Dykie: Our family stayed here in a travel trailer. We chose Cherry Hill Park because of how close it is to Washington DC. Cherry Hill is fabulous! We have stayed at many campgrounds and this was one of the nicest. The pride the owners and employees have in this campground is evident when you first enter. There really are no "bad" sites. A lot to do, great store. Went to DC on the express bus, very convenient. We already booked for next summer!
Response: Thanks, Jeff - we're so glad to hear you'll be joining us again next year!

Ashley Savina: Love this park! I stayed in the couple' style dog friendly pod and it was one of the cleanest places I've stayed. It was nice having the climate control, electricity, bed, table/chairs, mini fridge and microwave for more of a "glamping" experience. It was nice having shelter during the rain as well. You do hear traffic from the highway which was like white noise to me but for some it might take away from wanting to enjoy "peace and quiet" The bath house was very clean too.This camp ground is well taken care of. Lots of activities around the park, I can't wait to come back!
Response: Thanks Ashley - we're so glad you enjoyed the pod!

Eric Wolf: This was our second trip to Cherry Hill. We were here 5 years ago and stayed in a cabin, that has since been upgraded to a Yurt. This time we came in our own camper. We would highly recommend and will definitely return when we want to visit DC again. The convenience of the location is unbeatable. They do run a bus from the campground to the nearest metro station. We opted to drive our truck to the Greenbelt station and park for a $4.95 flat rate during the week, free on weekends and get a 3 - day metro pass ($28.00) We could not have been happier with this decision. The drive in on weekdays to DC was routinely showing 1 hour on google maps. The Campground has definitely made many improvements since we were last here. The pool is a fun spot, the dog park is great, the mini golf is as good as any that would pay to go to. (there is a $1 fee per person) I was glad to pay as it kept kids from just congregating there. The workers were all very friendly. We ended up in the middle of a large group of campers who told us they were there to party. Party they did, but the campground was on top of them and shut them down promptly at 10 p.m. every day. The bathhouses were clean and maintained, as is the whole campground. It is very well kept up. The store is well stocked with groceries and essentially an RV parts store. The only negative is that there is a fair bit of highway noise, but we were okay with that since we were so close to DC.
Response: Thanks for sharing your experience with us, Eric. We agree that the Metro is the best way to avoid the often traffic-y drive into DC. We are so happy to hear that we were on top of enforcing our quiet hours - we've implemented a ranger program over the past couple of years to address this exact issue, and we're so pleased with our excellent team! We appreciate you camping with us, and we hope we'll see you again next time you're traveling in our area!

4. Greenbelt Park

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Greenbelt Park
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 6565 Greenbelt Rd, Greenbelt, MD 20770

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (301) 344-3944

Guy: National park


Review: "Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring."

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Rick Sussman: Though we lived in the area for nearly 25 years (Montgomery County) this was our first time here. And a wonderful time of year for camping, too, with hardly anybody else here. We spent 5 nights in D loop in our 30 ft travel trailer, using our generator throughout the day and evening as necessary. Our site was just long enough for us, fairly level and open. We spent much of our time outside the park visiting family. And as close to very urban areas as it is, in the back of the campground it almost felt remote. Sunsets were beautiful.

Na'ilah Dawkins: I gotta say as my first time coming here there is so much space, it's within 15-20 minutes, and fun for all age groups! It was my first time at the park. I was participating in 'Eco-Games' a Sierra Club event! I'm a member, I went. It was very fun! I was alarmed though at the park bathroom situation and lack of available staff concerning communicating about any concerns. The bathroom needs soap on deck and ut didn't! Thank goodness I had hand sanitizer. The women's bathroom left sink didn't work. I used the one to the right side. Disappointed. Where is the funding for national parks like this going, if bathroom necessities are lacking? More funding for our state parks are needed!

Moving on with Old Man River Old man river: I camped at this national park last night May 4th 2022. I am a tent camper and want certain things. I want a bathroom close. Before you book please know what you are booking. A great number of the camping sites have (for me) too much of a slant. I drove around took the number of different campsites and then booked They charge 20.00 per night and have the discount rate of half price for the disabled card holders. The park is close to Washington DC.

Richard C. IV: With miles of unpaved trails meandering through a lush and verdant forest teaming with life, it is easy to forget you are inside the capital beltway. The freshly repaved roads throughout the park are a magnet for road bikes zipping up and down the small hills. Truly a wonderful outdoor oasis in the heart of the DMV.

Jarmonay Nelson: This place is decent. When you have a group of first time, campers or children. I did not like that. The people drove around all throughout the night. I mean it's safe. They make sure that we're safe, but it was like kind of annoying when your children are trying to sleep and they still have their high beams on making sure that there's no fire or anything. . This place has a lot of bugs like of every kind I seen so many bugs in the bathroom at our campsite and the grass just everywhere hanging out spiders all types of critters. This place definitely had a lot of extra wood and trees around to help you grow better fire. I like that they had a clean bathroom and a water pump. This campground feels like a big community and I like that, but I also love privacy so I probably won't come back unless I invite a big group of children or friends who want to experience camping. You can hear the police cars and the city still. And that's not very peaceful but overall we enjoyed the stay.

Favio Urla: Plenty of parking alway a plus; and benches. No parking or entrance fee. Has a short trail and a long trail (1.4 miles). Pet friendly, but do please pickup after your friends 🐕💩 droppings.

Mike Jones: Nice park in urban area. Hosted 40 years of Wednesday night bike racing, which is the only reason I go there!

Sean Troxell: The roads and parking lots are open again. We had a nice walk with the kiddos on a brisk sunny day.

Stick X: Its a nice campground with a nice area and also provides showers (not many campgrounds provide showers). Although, the camping sites are really close to each other and it kinda feels a little weird camping 10 feet away from an entire other family. Although the trails are nice.

Hannah T: Great campsite for our tent camping with kids. Had large lots and no gravel camping pad. We got a no electricity lot that Included water nearby and a shower/bathroom nearby and great trails for walking. We did find a Lone Star Tick on one of our party while at the campgrounds. Hadn’t realized they were in the area.

5. The Maryland Association of Campgrounds

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The Maryland Association of Campgrounds
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 12806 Mink Farm Rd, Thurmont, MD 21788

Telephone: (301) 271-7012

Guy: Association or organization


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6. National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America (Council Office)

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National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America (Council Office)
Price/Quality
4.6
Available Services
4.5
Location
4.5
Parking Availability
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 9190 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (301) 530-9360

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "Great scout shop at the northern end of the DC area."

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Nicholas Montalto: Great scout shop at the northern end of the DC area. Their scout shop is well stocked and they seem to be up and running with all mitigation measures in place. Friendly staff and there are some great scout units in the area. If you want to learn more or to join a local troop in vienna, come and check out troop 1128. We are one if the biggest and best in the area!

Thomas Ahrens: The staff at the NCAC Service Center are very helpful. I appreciate all of the hard work that they do all throughout the year to coordinate fun activities for scouts, especially now that many of the activities are online.

Betty Shively: I am a CubScout Mom. I took over a volunteer position within our pack and I am there monthly (sometimes several times in 1 week). The staff is always so helpful, so kind, and patient with a “newbie”. I am so thankful for them! They have helped me so much. :)

Jeremy Gagliardi: Emotionally bankrupt executive staff. Way too quick to judge, and not willing to listen to reason. They ruined my life, slandered my good reputation, and completely ruined my son's experience just as he was about to earn his Eagle and go off to college. Just as I was beginning to like the organization again, after that whole "we don't like gays, girls, or people who don't believe in god" phase, they chose to humiliate me, slander me, and then kick me out simple because one person sqwuaked about something scary but UNTRUE. They acted without any evidence too. Suspicion was all they needed, and out I went. Another life ruined by a morally corrupt organization portraying themselves as "reverent". Well, how reverent is it to ruin someone without cause???? It could happen to you. Don't say I didn't warn you.

Raney Elbarbary: In trying to retrieve a copy of my son's registration I was lied to by there representative Janee Eliss. I have reported her to her superiors and will escalate further as it is amazing g the hurdles a parent has to go through to obtain their child's record.

Jennifer Tihomirov: We visited the Scout Store while visiting the DC area. The staff was so friendly and helpful. We were given some wonderful activities on the History of Scouting.

pete james: Open for volunteers. Picked up supplies. Limited staff. Very helpful

Ed Skinner: When you need a scout uniform or equipment, this is an authorized outlet. Fitting rooms to make sure the size is good.

Stanley Kwok: BSA Service Center for the area with excellent Scout shop and every Scouting supplies! Offices for Council Executives and Admin. staffs.

Gregory Wilson: Perfect place to get your Scout gear. Seems like every time I go there are new items that would be fun to have.

7. New Jersey Campground Owners Association

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New Jersey Campground Owners Association
Price/Quality
5
Available Services
5
Location
5
Parking Availability
5
Wifi
5

Address: 120 Tuckahoe Rd, Marmora, NJ 08223

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (609) 545-0145

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Salvatore Sarrecchia: Mays Landing RV Resort.Outstanding accommodations, super friendly staff. Ownership are like family.

Larry Kitchens: Excellent

8. Oak Ridge Campground

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Oak Ridge Campground
Price/Quality
4.3
Available Services
4.3
Location
4.4
Parking Availability
4.3
Wifi
4.3

Address: 6975 Oak Ridge Rd, Triangle, VA 22172

Telephone: (703) 221-7181

Guy: Campground


Review: "This is a very pretty campground with many nice campsites."

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Lotta Danielsson: One of the nicest campgrounds in the DC area. Sites are well maintained, as are the restroom and shower facilities, and the sites are fairly large and well separated. Loop C is best for privacy and tent camping, Loop B for groups, and Loop A for RVs and campers (no electric hookups). Campground is near several trails and has easy access to the bike paths. Note that you have to pay for park entrance separately from the camping reservation. It’s a bit of a drive to get to the campground from the park entrance, so work that into your schedule.

Mike Colie: Great secluded camping. No hookups but the restrooms are clean with very nice showers. All sites are paved, great tables and fire rings. Spacious sites.

Jessica Kirschner: Camped two nights at spot C03, Loop C which was very pleasant. Campsites to the left and right are close and there is no privacy but spot backs up to a field.

Eric (Briteidea08): Girlfriend and I stayed here this past weekend. Really nice place! Got there a little late. Setup quickly. Then foraged for kindling and wood.Apparently there’s a 7-11 down the road that sells wood. We didn’t find out unto the following morning. Mostly because the visitor center was closed.

John Kinch: Pretty decent campground. The bathrooms are pretty clean, and there's potable water. We never interacted with any park rangers which could be a positive or negative depending on who you ask

Team Link: The place is clean, well maintained, & affordable. There is no electricity or water at the sites, that doesn't have to be a problem if you are prepared. If you are in an RV, be aware of the size limits. The hiking is great, we've been several times without camping. The trails are marked pretty well, & they are maintained. There are trails that start at the campground.This was our first time camping & we enjoyed it. We did not see firewood for sale, but we brought our own. My only issue is there is little to no cell signal. It's very spotty at best. If you're using the NPS app , you'll need to download the map.

Samantha Carp: Went and explored today for the 1st time. There's soo many camp ground spots and some of Bs & Cs has pretty good size ones with some privacy. I do wish they had power that was a huge down fall for us because we need it to air up air mattresses ect. And I wish they had a playground, I know one of the other grounds has one but that's a drive down the road not really walking distance with kids. Also I checked out the bathrooms they were very clean but I didn't see showers but saw in the other reviews someone say there was one so it must have been in a different bathroom.

Chad Goyette: Excellent campground with clean bathrooms and showers.

Brittany B: This is a nice place to go camping if you don't want to go too far out, plenty of spots some trails and even a bathroom with hot showers. However they do not sell firewood on site or at the visitor center so make sure to stop at the 7-11 on your way in to grab some!

Bill Fekete: This is a very pretty campground with many nice campsites. It is designed for tents. We went with a small RV. Our bad. This campground is not set up for RVs. There is separate RV camping, however it is located outside the park itself. If we come back we will probably stay there. If you do come with a RV make sure it is small. Ours is 21 foot and we were able to find a site that worked. There is no water available to connect or fill so be sure your water tank is full before you arrive. There are 3 bathrooms. One has been upgraded with showers and is beautiful. The other 2 bathrooms are sort of dumpy, but functional. There are trails that start at the campground. Even though it was fairly full when we were there it is very quiet at night. No electricity or RVs so that is probably part of the reason. During the day you get to hear the constant target practice from Quantico but it is not too annoying. there is no firewood nor ice available and it is a pretty good drive back to town so prepare for that as well.