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Located just outside Greenbelt, MD, and 30 minutes away from Baltimore, Greenbelt Park offers serene nature and gorgeous scenery to outdoorsy people who come here all year round. This part of Maryland offers unrivaled hiking trails, diverse wildlife, and incredibly picturesque natural areas. Greenbelt Park is 10 miles away from Washington, DC, the capital of the United States, and you can see many international visitors exploring these woods too.

The 1,176-acre park is maintained by the United States National Park Service. It used to be the favorite picnic spot for the residents of Greenbelt, but campers from other parts of the country quickly recognized the beauty of Greenbelt Park. Outdoor enthusiasts interested in spending a couple of days in the area could search for RV rentals in Prince George's County and drive to Greenbelt Park.

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Getting Outdoors

Greenbelt Park offers nine miles of pristine walking trails that will take visitors deep into the forest. Nature here is simply magnificent, with colorful wildflowers lining the paths. The trails are suitable for hikers of all levels since they are mostly flat and not too challenging. The 1.2-mile-long Azalea Trail is a favorite among hikers who go camping at Greenbelt Park. This trail passes through some of the most beautiful parts of the park, and hikers get to see the picturesque wooden bridges. Mountain bikes are not allowed on the trails.

The untouched nature of Greenbelt Park allows various animal species to thrive here. White-tailed deer, chipmunks, and squirrels reside in these woods, and they often get close to the trails. Birdwatchers come here all year round to observe pine warblers, ovenbirds, and scarlet tanagers. In fall, migrating birds such as brown creepers and red-breasted nuthatches can be spotted near the streams. Greenbelt Park campers who are new to birding could sign up for a guided tour and learn more about the birds that live in this part of Maryland.

Camping at Greenbelt Park

Greenbelt Park has a large campground with over 170 sites for tents, long vehicles, and RVs. The peaceful environment of the campground attracts visitors from the nearby communities who are looking for a weekend getaway. The amenities include a large bathhouse, hot showers, drinking water, picnic areas, and a dump station. Hookups are not available at the campground.

Younger campers may spend their time at the playgrounds within the camp. Pets are welcome here, but owners are required to keep them on a leash and clean up after them. The campground doesn’t have a store, but the city of Greenbelt is just a short drive away in case you need any supplies. Even though this campground is large, potential campers should reserve their spot in advance, especially when they are planning a motorhome camping trip in summer. The park’s office can be reached via phone or online.

Exploring the Area

Greenbelt is a suburb of Washington with a fascinating history and was the first city constructed by the Federal Government as a part of the New Deal Greenbelt Towns. The layout of the city was planned, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt approved it. Greenbelt was completed in 1937 and is often regarded as one of the best examples of urban development. The streets are lined with Streamline Moderne and Art Deco buildings, making Greenbelt even more charming. You might learn this and so much more at the Greenbelt Museum. This place is dedicated to the history of Greenbelt and the New Deal. The permanent exhibits feature hundreds of documents, artifacts, and photographs that show the construction of Greenbelt, and celebrate the architects who built this fascinating place.

Campers interested in space exploration shouldn’t miss the opportunity to see the NASA Goddard Visitor Center. This unusual museum features several permanent installations, and most of them are interactive. Younger visitors will be thrilled to learn how astronauts communicate in space, explore our solar system, and see the full-sized Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Before you leave the center, take a look at the traffic circle right in front of it. There you may see the Goddard Moon Tree. This sycamore seed traveled to the moon as a part of the Apollo 14 mission.

Visitors who are RV camping at Greenbelt Park could spend an eventful afternoon in Greenbelt, walking the streets and enjoying the architecture. The cozy downtown area has many shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Should you need any last-minute supplies for your road trip, stop by one of the convenience stores in this part of Greenbelt. Maryland is a stunning state, with gorgeous countryside and tall mountains. Head west to Frederick, a small town in the heart of the farmland, and happy exploring!

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