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Endeavor Point



Great place for fishing, camping, kayaking, lazy days on the beach grilling and hanging out with family and friends. Book family events on the beach. Come and explore the historic Benedict village. Join us at our Endeavor Point to enjoy simplicity and remarkable views of the Patuxent river. The Endeavor Point is located at the end of Mill Creek Road, offering breathtaking views of the Patuxent river, overlooking Golden Beach and St. Mary's County shoreline. Far enough for a serene retreat and yet just a few minutes drive to shops and restaurants in Prince Frederick or Charlotte Hall. Endeavor Point is a diamond in the rough. Come play, fish, relax, and have fun! Whether you’re in Maryland for a day, weekend stop or a week of touring, Endeavor Point is the perfect spot for bird watching, fishing, kayaking, camping, stargazing, or just enjoying a serene evening by the fire. Enjoy breathtaking views from each one of our 3 comfortable accommodations or from any of the campsites. Spacious outdoor area, rustic beach, long pier. Explore the Patuxent river or Mill Creek with our kayaks or paddle board, available for rent on site.


Endeavor Point is located in Maryland

Detail location of campground


  • Drive-In
    Park next to your site
  • Boat-In
    Sites accessible by watercraft.

Stay Connected

  • WiFi
  • Verizon
  • AT&T
  • T-Mobile

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Cabins


For Campers

  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Firewood Available
  • Phone Service
  • Reservable
  • Showers
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires


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5 Reviews

allison W.
Reviewed Feb. 3, 2024

Better as a day spot?

We spent part of Labor Day weekend here, and there was almost nobody else there. The second night, one other pair of campers showed up. I found it super strange that more people didn’t take advantage of a campground on the river with availability. That said, there were a bunch of people who came in and used the cabins and invited large extended families during the day. They played loud music and had kids running all over the place, very festive atmosphere. It kind of felt like it was more appropriate for that kind of use. The camping areas were all on the lawn, and the owners were a bit uptight about which site we could choose (despite there being ample availability, and the person on the phone telling me that all sites were first come first serve). Just felt strange. We did enjoy taking evening walks through the town to the restaurant/bar on the water, but that was literally the only thing to do unless you have a fishing/crabbing license.

Month of VisitOctober
  • Review photo of Endeavor Point by allison W., February 3, 2024
  • Review photo of Endeavor Point by allison W., February 3, 2024
  • Review photo of Endeavor Point by allison W., February 3, 2024
patricia S.
Reviewed Sep. 17, 2023

No vengas aquí: Policía del parque hoy, policía de inmigración mañana

Lo primero es lo primero: soy unávido pescador y cangrejero. Tengo licencias para DC, Md y Va. Llevo más de 4 años viniendo a Tide Mill Resort, ahora llamado Endeavor Point. Aquí no ha cambiado mucho, excepto el propietario. El muelle todavía necesita reparación o está en necesidad, muchos pierden tablas, grandes pilones están dañados y todavía no hay barandillas de seguridad, por mencionar algunos. Conocía al dueño anterior y ahora a los dueños actuales.¡Que diferencia! El propietario anterior también era unávido deportista acuático que sabía todo sobre pesca, pesca de cangrejos y cualquier deporte acuático relacionado. Los actuales propietarios son 100% lo contrario. No saben nada sobre pesca o pesca de cangrejos y esperan que"no quieran que pesques demasiados". El propietario anterior permitió a sus clientes/invitados que pagaban pescar y hacer cangrejos a voluntad(por supuesto, todo dentro de los límites legales). Los actuales propietarios intentan restringir e intimidar a sus clientes. Durante los años que llevo viniendo aquí, nunca me han dicho cuántos cangrejos o peces puedo conservar. Ahora, los propietarios actuales tienen un límite de dos docenas de cangrejos, independientemente de tener una licencia en Maryland que diga que se pueden pescar hasta un bushel. Para empeorar las cosas, se apresuran a llamar a la policía del parque o a los guardas de juegos de sus clientes si creen que usted ha excedido sus límites personales. Esto es una locura. Debido a que los propietarios ignoran las leyes que rigen la pesca y la pesca de cangrejos, se indignan cuando aquellos de nosotros que las conocemos intentamos educarlos. Para mí, este asunto se volvió personal. Uno de los dueños mintió y dijo que estaba pescando tantos cangrejos porque los estaba“vendiendo”. Esa fue una mentira descarada. Escuche, si pudiera comer cangrejos todos los días, lo haría. Los amo mucho y mi esposo también. Por cierto, la mayoría de la gente que viene aquí son españoles, asiáticos y negros. Seamos realistas, llaman a la policía del parque con tanta frecuencia que es sólo cuestión de tiempo antes de que estos“nuevos propietarios” comiencen a llamar también a la policía de inmigración.

patricia S.
Reviewed Sep. 17, 2023

Don't come here: Unreasonable, irrational, judgmental owners

Don't Come Here: Park Police today, Immigration Police tomorrow

First things first, I am an avid fisherman and crabber. I have licenses for DC, Md and Va. I’ve been coming to Tide Mill Resort, now called Endeavor Point for more than 4 years. Much hasn't changed here, except the owner. The pier is still  in need or repair, many lose boards, massive damaged pylons and still no security rails, to state a few. I knew the previous owner and now the present owners. What a difference! The past owner was also an avid watersport man who knew all about fishing, crabbing and any related water sport. The present owners are 100% the opposite. They know nothing about fishing or crabbing expect they“ don’t want you to catch too many.” The past owner allowed his paying customers/guest(s) to fish and crab at will,(of course all within legal limits). The present owners try to restrict and intimated their customers. Over the years of coming here, I’ve never been told how many crabs or fish I can keep. Now, the present owners have a 2-dozen limit on crabs regardless of having a license in Maryland that says you can catch up to a bushel. To make matters worse, they are quick to call the park police/games wardens on its customers if they believe you have exceeded their personal limits. This is insane. Because the owners are ignorant about the laws governing fishing and crabbing, they get incensed when those of us in the know, try to educate them. For me, this matter turned personal. One of the owners lied and said I was catching so many crabs because I was “selling” them. That was a blatant lie. Listen, If I could eat crabs everyday, I would. I love them that much and so does my husband. By the way, the majority of the people coming here are Spanish, Asian and Black. Let’s face it, they call the park police so frequently that  it’s only a matter of time before these “new owners” start calling the immigration police as well.

Month of VisitOctober
Ally S.
Reviewed Sep. 10, 2022


We went for labor day weekend and had a great time. it was pretty busy due to the holiday but still manageable. the campsites aren’t dispersed and are pretty small but that’s the only downside. other than that everything was good. the pier was perfect to fish or crab off of and the beach had great views of the sunrise. definitely would recommend!

Month of VisitOctober
  • Review photo of Endeavor Point by Ally S., September 10, 2022
  • Review photo of Endeavor Point by Ally S., September 10, 2022
  • Review photo of Endeavor Point by Ally S., September 10, 2022
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Reviewed Apr. 4, 2022

Endeavor Point

This is a very cute place. The views are great. The hosts are friendly and helpful. Quite restful.

SiteBy the pier.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to camp at Endeavor Point?

Camping at Endeavor Point can cost between $55.00 and $95.00 depending on the site.

What is the elevation of Endeavor Point?

Endeavor Point is located at 7 feet.

Are fires allowed at Endeavor Point?

Yes, according to campers on, fires are allowed at Endeavor Point, although make sure to check current fire restrictions in the area.

Is there cell phone reception at Endeavor Point?

According to campers on, Verizon signal is unknown, AT&T is good, and T-Mobile is unknown.