2018 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G
2018 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G
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One of the fastest-growing cities in Anne Arundel County, Odenton, Maryland is a lively community between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. It’s just a stone’s throw from the military headquarters at Fort George G. Meade and home to various commercial hubs with all the services you need for an RV getaway.
Odenton was just a sparsely settled farming community when the Annapolis and Elk Ridge Railroad arrived in 1840 and has been nicknamed “The Town a Railroad Built.” It flourished with the development of stores and houses for railroad workers and farmers, followed by industries such as tomato canneries and dairies. But it was the establishment of Fort Meade during World War I that accelerated growth in Odenton, transforming it into a bustling business, residential, and industrial center today.
Pick up your RV rental in Odenton and head to the Patuxent Research Refuge, which was established with the specific purpose of supporting wildlife research. Begin your visit at the National Wildlife Visitor Center where interactive exhibits explain global environmental issues and habitat destruction, then venture out to explore one of the scenic hiking trails. Aside from being home to white-tailed deer and beavers, the Patuxent Wildlife Refuge has an impressive birdlife that includes great blue herons, bald eagles, and a variety of migratory neotropical species.
Rent a motorhome in Odenton and continue west to the Rocky Gorge Reservoir, which is also known as the T. Howard Duckett Watershed. It was created in 1952 by the damming of the Patuxent River and is today a recreational hub for hiking, boating and horseback riding. Relax with a picnic on the reservoir’s shores or cast a line to catch pike and largemouth bass.
Want to get off-the-beaten-track? Tackle one of the remote trails that weave through the Severn Run Natural Environment Area, with few crowds to compete with. This 1,600-acre protected area encompasses the Severn Run, which runs north to south through natural woodlands. Aside from its hiking trails, the Severn Run Natural Environment Area is a hub for local anglers trying to catch trout and yellow perch.
Pick up your camper rental in Odenton and pull into one of the RV sites at the Camp Meade RV Park in Fort Meade. The park caters to members of the military and offers full hookups and tent pads, with three sites designed specifically for handicap access. There’s a children’s playground, game room, and ball fields, as well as an on-site laundry where you can catch up on your washing.
You can also book a spot at the Washington DC/Capitol KOA, a well-equipped RV park in nearby Millersville. It could be a good choice for families and features an outdoor pool, basketball court, and jumping pillow. The campground also offers daily shuttles into the heart of Washington, D.C.
Another family-friendly option is the Cherry Hill Park in College Park, which also allows pets and has two fenced dog runs. There is a range of sites with full hookups, and a variety of standard, premium, back-in and pull-through options to select from, as well as a playground, mini-golf course, two solar-heated pools, and a hot tub.
There is a Walmart in nearby Severn where you may be able to set up for a night or two with the manager’s permission.
Park your RV rental near Odenton and head out to explore the town on foot, stopping to admire the historic Epiphany Chapel and Church House. This heritage-listed church was designed in the Arts and Crafts style by Baltimore architect Riggin T. Bucker. It’s strongly associated with the mobilization of the U.S. military during World War I and situated adjacent to the training grounds of Camp Meade where troops bound for the front were stationed.
Want to discover the region’s history while getting some exercise? Embark along part or all of the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail, which follows the route of this historic railroad through rural villages and natural woodland areas. It begins at Boulters Way in Arnold and ends near the Baltimore Light Rail’s Cromwell Station in Glen Burnie, with historical markers dotting the route. It’s a fascinating way to learn about the people who helped to develop the railroad, as well as the impact this transport artery had on the communities it passed through.
Odenton also makes an ideal base for exploring the sights of Washington, D.C., which lies less than an hour’s drive south. Spend a day exploring the Smithsonian Museums and have your photo taken in front of the Lincoln Memorial, then witness the Presidential residence of the White House. Or, you can head north to discover vibrant Baltimore, which is home to world-class museums, the National Aquarium, and plenty of entertainment options around Inner Harbor.
Odenton is home to shopping centers and supermarkets where you can purchase groceries, as well as a good selection of fast food eateries and restaurants for dining out. There are also gas stations if you want to fill up your camper rental in Odenton.
Whether you’re visiting Anne Arundel County for its hiking trails or historic landmarks, book an RV in Odenton and start exploring.