Only came through for a weekend but the sites were well maintained, and felt separated enough to have some privacy. Staff were amazing about maintaining safe conditions for campers. All possible precautions seemed to be taken.
I called for my reservation the lady hung up on me and was quite rude… i called back four times and they hung up on me twice, and never answered again. She wouldn’t give me her name.
Quiet woods in Maryland about 30 or 40 miles north of DC. Tenting, and RV spots partial to full service. Just of hiway 270. pricey ($66/night) for a state park, but nice.
They girls that register you are nice but don’t seem to understand much about rvs. This place is packed on weekends and so far we’ve had to move our 37’ motorhome 4 times. Our first space was too short and sloping to get level plus the sewer drain pipe was higher than our hose. What flows uphill? The pull through space next to us was occupied by a small travel trailer and had tons of extra room. Our next space was ok but had to move out for weekend reservations. D loop is set up with water electric and sewer, all new including several spaces just dug out less than 2weeks ago. We were assigned a space in A loop (best for tents or small TT) that we couldn’t possibly fit in finally was able to change to a space we could squeeze into for a couple days of dry camping and now we’re back in D loop were we can barely fit the rv and car has to be crosswise. This campground is apparently owned and run by Montgomery County MD. It is galling to pay so much money for a site to be shuffled around and put into unfit spaces. Weekends are noisy way past 10 pm with kids etc. plus the interstate traffic noise. On the plus side it is wooded and sites are not too close together. On the minus side the bathrooms are horrifically dirty. They have some sort of excuse but that just isn’t good enough. The shower curtains are moldy vinyl that could be replaced for a few bucks each. The fixtures are moldy also and live and dead spiders and insects inhabit the corners. The only place to put your dry clothes and towels is on a questionable bench about 10 feet from the shower stall and closed off from the sink area by a dirty shower curtain that doesn’t go all the way across so basically you have to run around naked in sight of anyone that comes in. Each loop has only 2 showers plus the privacy issue. We are only here because we have family business to attend to.
Little Bennett is a great little park in Montgomery County. It's easy to access, has nice facilities, and has some good trails to explore as well.
It's a great place for families to camp together- there are playgrounds and picnic areas that make it a little easier to keep everyone happy and entertained. It's not a place for hardcore wilderness campers, but it's a solid place to spend a night and roast some marshmallows!