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2018 Forest River Rockwood Roo
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On the shores of Chesapeake Bay is North Point State Park, a fantastic place to visit when you book an RV in Baltimore County. This state park will help you explore both natural landscapes and large cities, as it is within easy driving distance of major cities like Baltimore, Frederick, and Washington. Camping with an RV near North Point State Park will give you access to the parks 1,300 acres, which were once the site of the Bay Shore Amusement Park.
The state park’s former history as an amusement park was a popular summer destination between 1906 and 1947, and visitors who visit in the modern day can see relics of the former amusement park. Things like the original trolley station, the welcome area fountain, and more have been restored and repurposed. Also in the park is the Defenders Trail, which was used by soldiers fighting in the War of 1812 to travel through the area. Overall, motorhome camping near North Point State Park is a wonderful way to see this part of Maryland.
Over half of North Point State Park is occupied by the Black Marsh Wildlands, which are federally recognized and protected as state Wildlands. Although bicycles are prohibited throughout the Wildlands, hikers and walkers are still welcome so long as they stay on designated paths. It is important to respect the natural landscapes within the park because they provide opportunities for birds and other wildlife to live healthily.
Biking is allowed throughout the rest of the park, though, so be sure to bring your favorite bike when renting an RV and driving to the park. There are many trails, both paved and dirt that bikes are permitted on. Keep your eyes peeled while exploring the park on a bike as there are many diverse and interesting birds to spot in the dense forest landscape. Overall, guests can explore many miles of trails on foot or on a bike at their leisure, and most of the trails are rated as an easy difficulty.
The Chesapeake Bay can be accessed through the park, and North Point State Park’s unguarded waterfront is open for guests to swim, walk, and lounge on. There are no lifeguards on duty at the park unless otherwise posted, and it is recommended that swimmers and waders always wear shoes when entering the water. Many sharp rocks and shells exist in the water, so shoes will help prevent injuries. Fishing is also allowed, and a large 1,000-foot pier is a great place to cast a line from. Fishing licenses are required to fish within North Point State Park boundaries.
While there are no state park RV campgrounds at North Point State Park, a nearby KOA to the south is convenient to get to when staying the night. This KOA, the Washington DC/Capitol KOA, has more than 100 RV compatible campsites and plenty of amenities to keep campers happy. Each campsite offers its own picnic table, fire ring, and grill to make cooking and hanging out a breeze.
Additionally, camp-wide amenities that are shared between all the campsites include a seasonal pool, firewood and propane sales, bike rentals, a large picnic pavilion, a dog park, a tour shuttle, and more. There is also WiFi, 50 amp service available for RVs, playgrounds, planned activities, and RV clubs present at the park. Given the popularity of this KOA, it is always a good idea to book your campsite ahead of time, so once you figure out the details of your rental RV, be sure to book your spot asap.
Being so close to so many major cities will give you seemingly endless things to do and explore. In Baltimore alone, some of the most popular activities include visiting historical sites like Fort McHenry National Monument, catching a baseball game at Oriole Park, or visiting the National Aquarium. Other museums include the Walters Art Museum, the American Visionary art Museum, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum, and others. Baltimore is also home to the Maryland Zoo, one of the largest in the region.
Nearly any type of food you could want can be found in Baltimore, and there are plenty of delicious and highly rated seafood restaurants to explore. It is also possible to find many vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly restaurants to ensure the whole family has a great dining experience. Parking near downtown and wandering on foot is a great way to find a unique restaurant you might never otherwise have tried.
Once you’ve exhausted your options in Baltimore, be sure to spend time in the Nation’s capital when you camp in an RV near Washington. This historical city has many museums and features to leave you awestruck, many of which are free. The Lincoln Memorial, Tidal Basin, National Art Museum, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and more can all be entered for free.