Cherry Hill Park is located along side of I-95 in College Park, Maryland, only 17 miles from the National Mall in Washington, DC. There is a wide array of amenities offered including DC sightseeing tours that leave right from the campground.
The campground has over 400 full hook up sites (back-in and pull-through) and offers daily, weekly, and monthly rates.
Cherry Hill Park is the closest campground to Washington DC and there is no better place to see the Nations Capital and enjoy a family camping experience at the same time. We love this campground because you can be in the city all day and then sitting by a fire and camping at night!
NOTE: Take the DC nighttime tour – seeing all of the monuments lit up after dark is beautiful.
As exciting as it is to be camping so close to our nation’s capital, there are plenty of amenities to keep you happy at the campground as well.
Amenities include: Fishing Pond, Two Dog Runs, Hiking Trail, Camp Store, Restaurant, Bus Depot, Sightseeing Sessions, Swimming Pool & Hot Tub, Splash Park, Tractor Rides, Summer Movie Nights, Playgrounds, 18 Hole Mini Golf
What You’ll Love About Cherry Hill Park
You will love setting up your rig at your campsite and then never having to break camp to go sightseeing in Washington DC. The campground offers guided tours to DC or you can take the camp shuttle to public transportation and explore on your own.
This is the closest campground to Washington DC and all of its amazing National museums and attractions. And once you’ve had your fill of exploring DC for the day, you can relax knowing you’ll come back to an amazing amenity filled campground. Cherry Hill even offers a dog walking service for RVers who are traveling with pets. So, you can make sure your pet gets some exercise while you are away for the day! And you can check and fill your RV tires for free before you leave at the campground air station.
Make Your Reservations Today!
You can make reservations on their website or via phone at (301) 664-1762.
Author Bio: Mike and Susan are avid RVers who love traveling, sightseeing and camping in their RV. In true Maryland fashion they named their RV Chessie since they live close to the Chesapeake Bay! Although they are part time RVers they have traveled all over the US and Canada and just can’t get enough.
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