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We tent camp here on weekends. Usually check to see what bands are playing or fun activity going on. We live 5 minutes away so it’s a nice “getaway”.
Only downside is the walk to the bathrooms if you tent camp. A long walk if you really got to go.
Always love camping here. Lake to kayak. Playground for the kids. Plenty of trails and road to walk. A beach to swim at. Or my favorite, sit around the fire and look at the lake.
FYI tent campers get site 280. The view is amazing.
The campground is well kept and spacious. The sites are nice and level. The camp store is one of the best!
We had a nice, spacious site with inconsiderate neighbors. The website says quiet hours are enforced but sadly there was no one to enforce them. There was one bathhouse that was fairly clean. They offer many seasonal sites and cabins. The best part was the convenience to the Western MD Rail Trail…
Camp site was a little awkward when tent camping. We stayed in Birch so not sure about the other sites but it seemed better suited for an RV. Our site had hardly any space for a tent if you didn’t want to sleep on rocks it was nice to be near the lake but glad we had a shaded spot. The showers…
Warm, friendly staff. Large, quiet sites among the trees and by a creek. Pleasant experience.
We stayed here beginning of June and their pool was open, they have pretty good water pressure and heat at the showers. Bathrooms were kinda dirty but far from the worst we’ve seen. The tent sites are just along the tree line in the grassy field, they have water and power at them. Looks like they…
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Good tent site clean the staff was on top of collecting garbage. Had a few activities. Definitely need my bike next time cool rocks there to play on.
We really enjoyed this campground and has been our first trip of the year place to go not too far from home. Nice fishing lakes, we enjoy the main camp area.
Semi private & large tent sites. Medium size beach and dock to launch kayaks at. Fish weren’t biting for us this weekend!
Campground is beautiful nestled in the hills of Catoctin Mountain. Only 30 minutes north of Frederick. There is a lot of beautiful trails in the area and a man-made lake with two swimming area beaches. The last couple years they have had issues with Alge and have low lake levels. Good for kayaking…
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I WENT THERE AND IT WAS A DOO DOO EXPERIENCE THE SITES ARE TOO CLOSE TOGETHER THERE WAS NO TABLE I HAD TO GET A RANGER TO BRING ME TABLE THEY SAID NO BEER SO I HAD TO HIDE BEER UNDER TABLE I WOULDNT HAVE HAD A PLACE TO HIDE MY BEER IF THE RANGER DIDNT BRING ME A NEW TABLE THE SHOWERS WERE COLD THE…
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Second time here. It’s a nice place for families with friendly hosts, lots of other kids running around, decent hikes, good bathrooms, shady sites. The firewood was good (though they ran out of ice this time). We were in the E loop. The lake is nice to wade or swim in though the lakeside gets very…
Lots of options, we chose site 222 in the Senoia loop. Beautiful campground right on the lake. Clean facilities, water was a great swimming temp. The waterfront sites are cool, ours wasn’t waterfront, but it was very flat. A lot of sites have a different level to park and then stairs to get to the…
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We were so excited to come to Cunningham Falls State Park for the first time. It was a short drive from home and heard great things about the park. I do have to say that the location lived up to my expectations! The falls and hiking we’re beautiful and not too intense that my children could…
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