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Let me try againWelcomeI am from the Northern Virginia areaGood to hear from someone localI would like to hear about cool places to camp in Maryland We have have been to Owens Mill a couple of times
Hey! I’m from Maryland too!
Nice to see there are so many "locals". We're farther south, in the Richmond area, but we're originally both from Maryland, and with relatives in the Annapolis & Baltimore area, so we still get back there once or twice a year.
@iamherefornow, welcome to the forum, the [email protected] family and congratulations on your trailer! Many adventures await. Happy [email protected]!
Look at the tearjerkers.net site. I'm a member of the Chesapeake Bay Tearjerkers in MD. We have monthly gatherings and have a lot of fun. Sometimes cooking contests, Oct pumpkin carving, and way too much food at Sat nite pot lucks. We are laid back sorta folk. Glamping is our game. People sometimes fish, kayak (or both), share stories 'round the campfire that stay 'round the campfire, catch up from the last outing... geesh.. just fun. Some people have [email protected], [email protected], homemades, Little Guys, Canned Hams, Retros... everyone would just fall out to see the 400!! We lub everyone and all! We try to take over a loop in a campground as so not to disturb others (we laugh a lot!). Welcome to the forum!!
Even if you don't want to camp that weekend we are congregating, it's worth the drive to come around and check out the campers and folks! Always lots of extra chairs (and food... did I mention food?).
If you have not been to here yet I recommend Shenandoah National ParkWe go there often
One of our favorites - Big Meadows campground. Haven't been back in several years and need to correct that!
Big Meadows is GREAT. Some of the sites are sorta hard to level a trailer on. They tried to pave them or tamp them all down and may be better now. It's boondock only, so make sure battery is topped off and water tank is filled. No coolers outside. The deer are very unafraid of people!! lol. My old Golden Retrievers were dumbfounded. There is a fee to get on the Skyway parkway (don't know what it is now). Senior passes are great (I'm not old enough yet). The Appalachian Trial goes by the campground and the camp store is a way station. Nice little cafe in there as well.
Another Marylander here! We picked up our 2018 CS-S in March and have been out twice so far; our maiden voyage to Greenbrier State Park in MD, and a trip to Greenwood Furnace State Park in PA.