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Quiet Waters Park is located in central Maryland, between the cities of Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Annapolis, MD. The park’s construction in 1990 was a victory for the people of the county, who battled to stop the land being used to build a set of luxury homes. Once Quiet Waters Park was opened, it was clear it would benefit the community and has continued to so right up until today.

Quiet Waters Park’s location along the South River and Harness Creek gives those who live in built-up Maryland cities the chance to escape the concrete jungle and enjoy a weekend or so by the water. The combination of its closeness to major US cities with its natural location along the shoreline, make Quiet Waters Park the ideal place to take an RV rental when in the central Maryland area. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made even easier with the major road connections to Maryland’s capital.

Rent a camper near Quiet Waters Park, and you too can enjoy the plethora of recreation this park has to offer. Search for an RV in Anne Arundel County to begin your Quiet Waters Park experience right away.

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Getting Outdoors

One of the biggest draws for visitors to Quiet Waters Park is the waters themselves. Driving from the inner city to the coast within a few short minutes shows you do not have travel far for lakeside recreation. Fishing along the nearby South River and Harness Creek is a great way to spend your time at Quiet Waters Park and is a must for the keen anglers among you. The river is home to a wide range of fish species, including striped bass, white perch, and white croaker. Crabbing along the shores is also a favorite pastime, specialing for the little ones. Quiet Waters Park campers can fish from the shoreline of the river or a boat out on the water.

As Quiet Waters Park is situated right along the shoreline of the South River and the Chesapeake Bay, boating is a very popular recreational activity. The park has several boat launching ramps dotted along the shoreline, and this makes accessing the water a simple task. Whether you’re sailing on a sailboat, zipping along in a pontoon boat, or simply exploring the bay with kayak or canoe, at Quiet Waters Park, you can do it all. Those motorhome camping without their own boats can head to the ‘Quiet Waters Park Bike And Boat Rental’ along the shoreline of the river. Here campers can rent a wide range of boats to enjoy out on the lake.

Campers who prefer to stay on dry land take advantage of the park’s six miles worth of hiking trails. These trails crisscross the park and cover 340 acres, offering scenic views of the surrounding woodlands and small creeks. Dog walkers will find a specifically designed ‘dog beach’ and ‘dog park’ in which campers can walk their four-legged friends.

Camping at Quiet Waters Park

Those RV camping at Quiet Waters Park will find limited facilities for camping at the park itself. Venture a little further afield, and campers will arrive at ‘Capitol KOA,’ this is ideal for RV camping in the area. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups are provided here. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower block, laundry service, RV storage units, swimming pool, and an on-site general store. Many of the sites are pull-thru, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome here. Pets are also welcome on the campsite but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Another choice is ‘Duncans Family Campground’ located a few miles south of Quiet Waters Park. Full hookups are provided here, along with a dump station, laundry service, shower block, and flushing toilets.

Exploring the Area

The city of Baltimore is only a half-hour drive from the park and offers campers a wide range of sight-seeing and day trip opportunities. Those with an interest in history should head to the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. This site is the location of one of the nation’s most iconic wars, the war of 1812. Here is where the US defended an attack from the British Navy and in raising the stars and stripes above the fort, gave inspiration to the USA’s national anthem. This birthplace of Star Spangled Banner is a must-see for anyone in the Baltimore area.

Campers and families with young children will not want to miss the chance to visit ‘The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.’ This zoo covers over 135 acres of the famous Druid Hill Park area of Baltimore. Visitors will be delighted with the zoo’s two-thousand animals, covering a verity of worldwide species. The zoo contains many food and refreshment services, meaning the whole family can spend a whole day here comfortably.

The nation’s capital is only 50 minutes from Quiet Waters Park and again offers campers many ‘must-see’ sites. No visit to the capital would complete without paying a visit to the Lincoln Memorial. This famous structure commemorates and celebrates the life of the nation’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. The colossal seated figure of the president looms large, enclosed by a greek-revival styled building and it is a sight to behold. The memorial is open 24 hours a day and has become synonymous with the city and the USA as a whole, a must-see when in Washington, DC.

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