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Old 03-06-2013, 07:30 AM   #1
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Planning on a few weeks in these cities and wondering if anyone has any recommendations for full hookup campgrounds.
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:07 AM   #2
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http://www.capitolkoa.com/location.htm This is a nice KOA camp ground close to Baltimore, DC and Annapolis, it's located almost in the middle of all three of theses cities. There are some along I-70 around Frederick MD, 30-45 minutes from DC or Baltimore, I've been to Ramblin Pines which is pretty nice but further out from the city.
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We like Cherry Hill RV Resort, Maryland when we visit Washington DC. Shuttle to metro and tours of the city and surrounding points of interest right from the campground. You can also purchase you metro tickets at the campground.
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You can also purchase you metro tickets at the campground.
If you are going to do local traveling in the DC area, the metro is a must. You can get from anywhere to anywhere else cheap and easy.
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I was just lookin up "Best East Coast Campgrounds" and came across Cherry Hill Park in Collee Park MD.....they bill themselves as the closest campground to DC........
The Park has 43 reviews on Tripadvisor.com....rated 4.5/5....
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We like Cherry Hill RV Resort, Maryland when we visit Washington DC. Shuttle to metro and tours of the city and surrounding points of interest right from the campground. You can also purchase you metro tickets at the campground.
You can get a "Smartrip" card at the metro station before getting on the metro and then just add $$ to it as you go. That way, you don't have to keep getting tickets.
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