Wife and I are headed to Baltimore for a ball game and visit dc area. Anyone with info on state parks? or info on the following Barharbor resort, rambling pines or any u may know of. we have a 36ft rver with 3 slides
We have stayed at Capitol KOA right outside Baltimore the last couple years while my daughter had a volleyball tournement at the Balt. convention center. It was only about a 15 min. drive into Baltimore and not a bad drive into DC. They have a shuttle that runs every morning to both places.
The cg was small, but we liked it, no problem with your 5er they have many long pull-thru's.
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We have stayed at Ramblin Pines and Patapsco Valley State Park. The spots at Ramblin Pines are quite small and there are a lot of seasonals but the park itself was clean and well run. Patapsco Valley is set in the woods but not in a great part of town. The State Park has electric sites and a dump station but be careful because there is a low bridge if you enter from the east bound side of Rt. 40.
Assume you're traveling I71 to I70. Rambling Pines is off I70 well before I695. Patapsco Valley would also be off I70 taking US40 at the I70/US40 split. We've camped at the state park and thought it was very nice. I'd access the KOA at Millersville by taking US29 exit from I70 to MD100 to I97. Take MD3 at the I97/MD3 split. None of these routes require towing on the Beltway (I695) which is actually no big deal if you avoid rush hours. We've also stayed at Bar Harbor (years ago) and enjoyed it. You'd take the Beltway north toward Towson to I95 or US40. Do not know whether I95 would require toll but I'd avoid it if it did. Hope this rambling helps. BTW Hagerstown is at the junction of I70 & I81.
I believe all MD state park camping is closed until next spring. We stayed at Ramblin Pines once, decent place. It would give you good access to both cities. To DC from there, take US 29 south to MD 100 east to either the BW Parkway south or I95 south. This would allow you to skip I695 Baltimore beltway completely, and that is never a bad thing.
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