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Have you ever been on a truly idyllic camping vacation, one where you spent time in beautiful forests hiking up scenic mountains where you could just forget about everything for a while and just be with your family? Either way, if you want to go on one, then you need to book an RV in Washington County and go camping at Greenbrier Campground. In Greenbrier State Park, this RV campground, with its freshwater lake and sandy beaches along with wildlife habitats and rock formations is as wonderful as they come. Go swimming, fishing, or boating, check out the nature center, or stay closer to your RV rental and enjoy the playground, some horseshoes, and the picnic shelters.
Bring your whole family, including your pets, to this RV park, which is not only a lovely piece of Maryland’s Black Bear Country but also very cozy and comfortable. The sites all have a table, fire ring, and space for parking, making them perfect for long nights by the crackling flames, and some of them have electric hookups while all have access to water. Make use of the restrooms and hot showers, the dump station, and the pump station, which just happens to be close to the visitor center and camp store stocked with snacks.
No Greenbrier Campground camping vacation is complete without experiencing the amazing surroundings, full of incredibly scenic parks, forests, and mountains. You can also visit battlefields, or stop by the town of Boonsboro, just around the corner from your camper rental, or you can pop to Williamsport or Hagerstown, both incredibly beautiful and quaint places. If you want an even faster city pace, then head to Frederick, or even Baltimore and Washington. You can also stay close to your motorhome rental at Greenbrier Campground and play a round of golf.
You’ve already seen Greenbrier State Park, and now it’s time to hop into your rental RV, cross the interstate, and check out the magnificent South Mountain State Park. With one of the most rugged landscapes in the state of Maryland, this area is ideal for hiking through the tall trees and past (or over) the glimmering mountain streams. Go looking for waterfalls, or just try to spot an animal or two behind a rock or in a tree. Go fishing for trout in the Jacob Fork River or have a picnic at the shelter, or you could go to the visitor center with its museum-quality exhibits on both the cultural and natural history of the gorgeous mountains.
If you want to know even more about the nature surrounding your camper rental at Greenbrier Campground, then a visit to Catoctin Creek Park & Nature Center would be in order. Here you can hike on beautiful nature trails, find a picnic area for a yummy meal or a delicious snack, or visit the nature center, the purpose of which is to educate its visitors on the local environment and ecosystems. There are a playground and a pavilion, as well as both hands-on and live animal displays - even the green roof is vegetated.
You’d never think that a truly unique natural feature was so close to your Boonsboro RV rental, but there it is; the Crystal Grottoes Caverns. These caves are among the most naturally kept underground formations in the world, and they’re open for tours every single day except for the winter months. Bring your camera and your passion for geology, because this is something you don’t see very often.
It’s time to park your camper rental in Boonsboro and take a look around town. If you’re at all interested in the Civil War or just military history in general, then your first stop simply must be the Boonesborough Museum of History. Here you can see all sorts of artifacts from the war, such as arms used by the infantry, cavalry, and artillery as well as more unique items like two bullets that met in mid-air, a sharpshooter rifle that was used at the Battle of Gettysburg, and a Bible kissed by 10,000 soldiers.
If you want to know more about the history of the area, then give the Washington County Rural Heritage Museum a visit, a place where you can learn about the agricultural history by walking around an outdoor homestead and a village made up of authentic 1800s buildings. You can also spend some time at the National Road Museum, dedicated to the first federal highway system in the country that -- literally -- paved the way for industrial immigrants seeking opportunities in the West. If you want to see some racing, then get a ticket to the Mason Dixon Dragway.
Have you booked your RV in Washington County yet? Well, then hurry up so you won’t miss out on all the fun!