2021 Keystone Springdale
2021 Keystone Springdale
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When you book an RV in Hagerstown, you’ll be in the county seat of Washington County, Maryland in the lovely Appalachian mountains. The cities of Martinsburg, Baltimore, and Washington, DC are all easily accessible, as is the Shenandoah National Park and the Catoctin Mountain Park. Make sure to visit the website of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce to view the digital flipbook of the most recent directory and check out the Visit Hagerstown Visitor Welcome Center either online, in person, or over the phone for a super warm welcome, the most recent information, downloadable brochures, self-guided tour information, and a visitors’ guide.
The county offers three geocaching trails that you can explore when you rent a motorhome in Hagerstown: the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area GeoTrail, the Washington County Geo-Trail, and the Hagerstown City Park Geo-Trail. Information is available online or at the visitor center.
There are multiple golf courses open for public play, including Hagerstown Greens at Hamilton Run, Yinglings Golf Center with lessons by a PGA pro, and Black Rock Golf Course, which was voted the top municipal golf course in the state by Golf Digest.
The city also maintains a variety of public parks and open, green spaces. These include Bloom Park, Memorial Park, National Road Park, and Pangborn Park. Take your Hagerstown camper rental to these parks or any others to explore the trails, play a game, meet your new neighbors, or just sit in the sunshine. Hagerstown is also has a network of bicycle routes.
When you search for a rental RV in Hagerstown, you also need to search for a place to stay and the Hagerstown/Antietam Battlefield KOA could be a decent choice. RV sites include full hookups, cable, and WiFi. Deluxe patio sites are available. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, recreational facilities, gem mining, fishing, canoeing, a dog park, and planned activities. There is a diner on the premises and pizza can be delivered to individual sites.
Another place to park your travel trailer rental in Hagerstown is at McCoy's Ferry Campground in the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. Sites offer picnic tables, fire rings, and grills. Pit and portable toilets are provided and drinking water is available in season. Pets are welcome. The park features plenty of biking, hiking, and fishing opportunities.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Hagerstown can be your temporary home with a rental motorhome near Hagerstown, Maryland. The resort features a water park, miniature golf, ninja course, laser tag, and much, much more. RV sites range from economy to “red carpet” with amenities that include WiFi, cable, patios, picnic tables, and more. The resort also provides restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dog park, a camp store, a snack bar, and a farmers market.
You and your camper rental in Hagerstown can also stay at the Greenbrier State Park. Some RV sites have electric hookups and all have picnic tables and fire rings. The park offers restrooms and hot showers as well as a beach, swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking, interpretive programs and nature study, and a camp store. Pets are welcome.
Adults can enjoy the Antietam Highlands Wine Trail through the Allegheny Mountains. The tour includes visits to a dozen unique vineyards, meaderies, and even a pair of cider mills. All ages can visit the Celebration Farm & Hagerstown Corn Maze, which is a community-wide ministry offering pick-your-own produce, a pumpkin patch, and a spectacular corn maze every year. The Hagerstown City Farmers Market offers locally-grown produce, meats, poultry, eggs, home-baked goods and prepared foods, plants and cut flowers, and handmade crafts.
Make sure to visit the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park with your Hagerstown camper rental. The canal spans nearly 185 miles and the park is filled with cultural, natural, and historic resources as well as a Billy Goat Trail, boating, and a tavern. Hagerstown is home to the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, which plays at the Maryland Theatre. Also make time to see the Museum of Fine Arts - Washington County and the Engine Room Art Space, presented by the City of Hagerstown’s Department of Community and Economic Development, when you rent an RV near here.
The Hagerstown Railroad Museum in City Park features hundreds of signs, signals, bells, telephones, and tools that were used by railroad workers, and the Hagerstown Aviation Museum displays photographs, models, and more, highlighting the aviation history in the area. Your visit should also include the Hagerstown Cultural Trail, which connects the downtown Arts and Entertainment District with City Park and the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts with amenities including public art exhibits and gathering spaces along the way.