We stayed at the state park last week and really enjoyed our time there. The pool was nice and the kids really enjoyed it. We had a nice time exploring the park to see the buffalo. I recommend attending one of their hikes to hear the history of the park. We loved it there and hope to go back.
We only spent three nights there. Staff was friendly and helpful with any information we needed. Nice play ground for the kids. They also really enjoyed the jumping pillow. We did not take our dog this time with us but would seriously consider it next time. They have a nice dog area for the dog to be able to run around and exercise which a lot of places we have been do not have a place for the dog to really exercise. It was centrally located between Annapolis, Baltimore, and DC. This trip we spent most of our time in DC and only went to Annapolis one night. But there is a ton to do around the cities with or without kids. Pretty clean showers and bathrooms. I didnt like that non potty trained kids are not allowed to swim in their pool. Luckily we only have a 9 month old currently that isn’t potty trained so she didn’t care if she was in the pool or not but I could see where it would be a problem trying to explain to a 2-3 year old that they aren’t allowed to go swimming especIally wIth older siblings. There was a lot of sand at this campground so I felt like I was fighting a losing battle trying to keep it out of the camper and with the sand came ants. we had a lot of ants at our campsite. They didn’t cause any problems and were never in our camper or in our food when we ate outside but they were there and it was evident that there were a lot of ants. I would recommend this campground if you have kids over the age of three and pets. We will go back but we will have to wait a couple of years so our daughter can use the pool with her older siblings when we go back.