Roaring Point Waterfront Campground

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If you're looking to camp in an RV near Nanticoke, then Roaring Point Waterfront Campground could be your ideal RV park, open April through November. This pet-friendly Maryland campground is located right on the bay within easy reach of local golf courses, restaurants, and stores. Enjoy sandy beaches and swimming, as well as fishing and crabbing. When you park your rental motorhome at Roaring Point Waterfront Campground, you're all set to enjoy a traditional RV camping experience where the company of family and friends combined with the great outdoors takes precedent. There is also a variety of entertainment events provided most weekends, including arts and crafts, live music, and hayrides. Kids will adore the playground, while the various sports facilities can be enjoyed by the whole family.

RV camping at Roaring Point Waterfront Campground is facilitated by the range of on-site facilities. Stock up or source any emergency provisions at the general store, where propane is also available. Make the most of the natural surroundings and use the picnic tables and fire rings at your disposal. Most sites are 50' by 50', giving you lots of space and privacy. There is also a choice of full or partial hookups to match your campervan rental selection. With the on-site bathhouse and laundry facilities, whatever your choice of RV rental, you will have everything you need on hand.

The coastline is one of the main area attractions, and it is even rumored that the pirate Bluebeard navigated Nanticoke waters. When you book an RV in Wicomico County, camping at Roaring Point Waterfront Campground is a great way to experience the beauty of the area and to enjoy all the shoreline recreational activities on offer. Whether you are looking for adventure or relaxation, thanks to the campground's proximity to nearby attractions and parks, you'll have lots of options when it comes to deciding on what to visit next. From shopping to golfing, beach walks to cultural exhibitions, the whole area has numerous acclaimed recreational sites that are just a short drive away.

The Great Outdoors

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is an extremely popular place to visit when RV camping at Roaring Point Waterfront Campground. Not far from one of the area's main towns, Cambridge, Blackwater is a tranquil setting that offers an ideal way to explore the coastline and its flora and fauna. As one of the main stop-offs for migratory birds on the Atlantic Flyway, the refuge provides an important sanctuary for a large number of bird species. With over 28,000 acres of swamp and marshland, Blackwater is also home to bald eagles and waterfowl, as well as various reptiles, mammals, and amphibians. The park provides a wealth of recreational opportunities and activities. Take the Wildlife Drive into the very heart of the park, or try out one of the three paddling trails for unparalleled views of the local wildlife and scenery. There are also four hiking trails if you prefer to keep your feet on dry land. Be sure to stop by at the visitor center to see some interesting exhibits and to find out all about the latest conservation efforts or to participate in an educational program.

Situated around an hour's drive away from Roaring Point Waterfront Campground, you'll certainly want to stop by and visit Pocomoke River State Park in your Nanticoke camper rental. The park is located on the banks of the Pocomoke River, which is home to over 50 different species of fish. Extending over 15,000 acres of woodlands, the park is also home to a wide variety of native plants, including loblolly pine and cypress swamps. Bald eagles and river otters can often be spotted in the park. You can find out all about the local wild and plant life at the nature center. There are several multi-use trails available, as well as guided canoe and kayak trips. Fishing is naturally a popular activity. There is also a seasonal swimming pool complete with a snack bar at the park's Shad Landing site. A park store, complete with a deli section and dining area, as well as boat rentals and a marina can also be found in this section of the park.

Janes Island State Park is another must-visit when you rent a camper near Roaring Point Waterfront Campground. Situated just a little over an hour's drive away from the campground, the park is famous for its miles of pristine sandy beaches. Rent a canoe or kayak at the park and enjoy the stunning views from the 30 miles of water trails. Go fishing or crabbing, or take in the views of the Chesapeake Bay paddling or motor boating. Stop by at the nature center to learn about the park's varied wildlife. There is also a park store, a recreation area, and a fish cleaning station on site. However you decide to spend your time at Janes Island State Park, the unique and spectacular scenery makes this a fantastic place to relax and escape from the pressures of modern life.

Exploring the Area

There are plenty of nearby attractions well worth visiting when you camp in an RV near Nanticoke. Take the short drive to neighboring Salisbury and spend a day at the Salisbury Zoological Park. This award-winning small zoo is a great way to get up close and personal with a large variety of animals. Open all year round, the zoo is a popular choice with families. There are lots of fun regular events held, so be sure to check out what's happening around your RV rental travel dates. The zoo features paved walkways and boarded ramps for easy accessibility. Stop at the shop to pick up a souvenir, have a bite to eat at the seasonal snack bar, then let the kids burn off some energy at the play park. Salisbury Zoo has everything you need for a fantastic family day out.

If you would like to find out more about the area's historical and cultural heritage while RV camping at Roaring Point Waterfront Campground, pay a visit to Pemberton Historical Park. One of the key Chesapeake Gateway Sites, historic Pemberton Hall was built back in 1741. Today it is the only remaining original 18th-century plantation house on Maryland's lower shores that can be visited by the public. Take a guided tour of the hall to learn about life in the 18th century. You can also discover different elements of plantation life thanks to the interpretive panels that can be found through the park's 262 acres. There are several miles of hiking trails available, as well as the chance to get involved in special and historical events.

While you're camping in the area, be sure to take the drive over to Ocean City Boardwalk. Packed with attractions, restaurants, and entertainment, the boardwalk really is a Maryland must-visit destination. Stretch your legs with a stroll along the seafront. At almost three miles long, Ocean City Boardwalk is also a great place to take a bike ride. You can also take in the scenery without any effort with a boardwalk tram ride. Enjoy the ocean breeze from the shore or take a boat trip. There are a fantastic number of recreational activities available with some of the area's finest restaurants to wind down in at the end of a fun-filled or action-packed day.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Bell Island Trail Loop to Wetland Walk and Handy Hall Trail, MDFruitland, MD
  • Janes Island State Park Campground Trail, MDJanes Island State Park, MD
  • Nanticoke Wildlife Area Trail, DELaurel, DE
  • Paul Leifer Nature Trail, Furnace Town Historic Site, MDSnow Hill, MD
  • Milburn Cypress Nature Trail, MDPocomoke City, MD
  • Algonquin Cross County Trail, MDSalisbury, MD
  • Point Lookout State Park Loop, MDPoint Lookout State Park, MD
  • Pocomoke River Shad Landing, MDPocomoke River State Park, MD
  • Pocomoke River, MDPocomoke River State Park, MD
  • Calvert Cliffs Red Trail and Service Road Loop, MDCalvert Cliffs State Park, MD

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