Located in the Mid-Atlantic region of America, Maryland is one of the smallest states of America, but has the 19th biggest population, making it the 5th most densely populated state of all. One of the original Thirteen Colonies, Maryland was founded by George Calvert, a Catholic who was hoping to create a new home for Catholics who were being persecuted back in England. The state was named after Queen Mary of England and is also nicknamed 'Old Line State' and 'Free State'. Its biggest city is Baltimore and the state capital of Maryland is Annapolis. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.


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As one of the Thirteen Colonies, Maryland is regarded as one of the most historically significant states of America and is regularly visited by people interested in learning more about the history and founding of the United States. It's also one of the states to border Washington DC, making it a great place to visit for people who wish to explore the capital city and visit key monuments like the White House, the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial, and more. Despite being one of the smallest states in the country, Maryland has a lot to offer, from the rocky shores and beautiful harbors of the east to the valleys and forests of the west.

Whether you're exploring the historical sites of Annapolis, hanging out the golden sand beaches of Ocean City, admiring the harbor and checking out the National Aquarium in Baltimore, planning a trip into DC, or something else altogether, Maryland is an excellent state to visit and can provide a lot of different experiences. A great way to see Maryland is in an RV, with the state being home to lots of highly rated RV parks. See below for more information on the best RV parks in Maryland, including names, addresses, and phone numbers for each park, as well as detailed overviews of the kinds of features and amenities you can find and enjoy at each location.

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2.Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
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Are you smarter than the average bear? If so, you'll definitely want to take the whole family for a magical and highly enjoyable stay at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park RV park and campground in Williamsport, MD. Located right up in the northwest part of the state, this incredible RV park really does look and feel just like the classic Yogi Bear location we all know and love, with Yogi Bear imagery all around the park to make it even more fun for kids and grown-ups of all ages.

Definitely one of the best RV parks in Maryland, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park is a luxury, full-service location with various kinds of RV site available at different prices depending on your budget and needs. For the ultimate in luxury, choose a Premium or Red Carpet RV site with 30/50 amp electric, full hook-up services, lots of space, and plenty of privacy, or if you prefer to keep your costs down, the Standard and Deluxe sites are also available from just $51 per night and offer 30/50 amp electric, sewer, water, and more, while Economy sites are also available with just 30 amp electric and water service from as low as $43/night. This awesome RV park features lots of fun amenities like a camp store selling groceries and supplies, a campfire canteen restaurant, four 'comfort stations' offering private showers and restrooms, a laundromat, a dog park, and more.

16519 Lappans Rd, Williamsport, MD 21795, Phone: 301-223-7117

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3.Washington DC - Capitol KOA Holiday

Washington DC - Capitol KOA Holiday
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A KOA is always a great place to stay, with Kampgrounds of America offering amazing standards of service and very long lists of amenities at each of their locations all around the United States. If you're heading down to Maryland to visit the nation's capital, Washington DC, the Capitol KOA Holiday RV park and campground is a great option for you. Located in Millersville, MD, this Maryland RV park provides easy access into both Washington DC and the big city of Baltimore, while also providing a quiet, clean, safe environment for all guests.

The Washington DC / Capitol KOA Holiday has earned itself a very respectable 4.5 star rating from past guests and is open from March through to the end of November each year. Open to all ages and even pet-friendly too, this RV park is a great option for families, especially those traveling with furry friends or young children. The RV sites here measure up to a maximum of 90 feet and come equipped with full hook-up utilities, Wi-Fi access, and more. The on-site amenities, meanwhile, include a seasonal heated swimming pool, a Kamp K9 dog park for your canine companions, bike rentals to let you explore the local area and keep fit at the same time, a large pavilion, firewood and propane supplies, a tour bus into DC, ping pong tables, a basketball court, and plenty more.

768 Cecil Ave N, Millersville, MD 21108, Phone: 410-923-2771

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4.Fort Whaley RV Resort & Campground

Fort Whaley RV Resort & Campground
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Witness the beauty of Chesapeake Bay and the stunning Maryland coastline at Fort Whaley RV Resort & Campground, one of the top ranked RV parks in the whole state. Located in the little town of Whaleyville in Worcester County, this RV park is nicely situated near many of Maryland's most historic little towns and cities, as well as being conveniently placed for visitors who wish to explore the state's beaches and visit key locations like Ocean City too. In short, it's a great option for both short and long term stays, and is equally appealing to families with young children and elderly RV enthusiasts.

Fort Whaley RV Resort & Campground is open from March through to the end of October of each year and features almost 200 individual RV sites and plenty of fun amenities. Those great amenities include a free mini golf course that is always fun for all the family to enjoy, a swimming pool, a dog park for furry friends, a fishing lake, a clubhouse featuring billiards tables and video game arcade machines, a laser tag arena, a skate park, and even a general store with many supplies and essentials. Not only that, but all guests at this Maryland RV park will also enjoy free access to the local water park and get discounts to other local attractions like the Western Theme Park of Frontier Town and the High Ropes Adventure Park.

11224 Dale Rd, Whaleyville, MD 21872, Phone: 410-641-9785

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3 Best RV Parks in Maryland