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A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

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Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Seneca Creek State Park is located in central Maryland, close to the cities of Gaithersburg, Baltimore, and Washington, DC. This six-thousand-acre state park runs along a fourteen-mile scenic stretch of Seneca Creek, winding its way to the Potomac River. Seneca Creek State Park is flanked by Seneca Creek on one side and the crystal clear waters of Clopper Lake on the other. These watery playgrounds offer its many city-dwelling visitors a place to escape and find some lakeside peace. From the great fishing opportunities in both lake and creek to the array of hiking trails and hunting grounds, there is something for all at Seneca Creek State Park.

This excellent long list of recreation, combined with Seneca Creek State Park’s closeness to such major US cities, makes it the ideal place to take an RV rental. Navigating your way to the park with a rental RV is made even easier with Interstate 270 running nearby. Rent a camper near Seneca Creek State Park, and you will see that you will find picturesque recreation only a stone’s throw from your city home. Book an RV in Montgomery County, and begin your Seneca Creek State Park experience today.

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Getting Outdoors

With the vast waterways of Seneca Creek and nearby Clopper Lake, it is no wonder that Seneca Creek State Park is seen as the place to go fishing in the Montgomery County area. Keen fishermen and women will find it a delight to cast their hooks into Clopper Lake, a lake home to a wide variety of freshwater gamefish. The largemouth bass is the biggest population of fish here, many of which are known to be over 12 inches in length. Along with the largemouth bass, there are also bluegill, sunfish, northern pike, catfish, and black crappie. With this abundance of fish, Seneca Creek State Park campers will have an angling trip to remember.

As well as fishing, Seneca Creek State Park is also a hotspot for boaters of all kinds. The waters of Clopper Lake are a perfect environment for kayakers, canoers, and those who enjoy pedalboats. Although gas motorized boats are not permitted on Clopper Lake, pontoon boats and electric motorized boats are. Those motorhome camoing without their own boats should not worry too much, Seneca Creek State Park is home to a boating center. This boating center offers visitors offers a variety of different vessels for hourly or daily rental out on the lake.

Folks who wish to stay on dry land and still reap the rewards of Seneca Creek State Park can do so. This state park is a place of extreme natural beauty, with a network of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails winding through the surprisingly rural areas of the county. There are over fifty miles worth of trails that wind through the park, and finding the right one for you, and your ability will be easy. The Schaeffer Farm Trails are considered some of the best horseback riding trails in the area and offers fantastic displays of flora along the route.

Camping at Seneca Creek State Park

Those RV camping at Seneca Creek State Park will be unable to camp overnight within the grounds of the state park itself. This being said, there are a number of RV parks located near Seneca Creek State Park, enabling easy access during the day. Little Bennett Campground, just north of Seneca Creek State Park, offers an ideal spot for setting up camp.

You will find full 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups are provided at Little Bennett Campground. Facilities here include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower block, laundry service, and an on-site general store. There are also many pull-thru sites here, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome. Pets are also welcome at Little Bennett Campground but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Exploring the Area

Seneca Creek State Park is only a few short miles from the city of Baltimore 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 site 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.

Seneca Creek State Park is also only a half-hour drive from the nation’s capital, Washington, DC. Again, this city offers campers many "must-see sites." When you visit the DC area, visit Lincoln Memorial. Commemorating and celebrating the life of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president, this colossal seated figure of the president looms large. Enclosed by a greek-revival styled building the memorial is a sight to behold. Open 24 hours a day, this memorial has become synonymous with the city and the United States of America.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Seneca Greenway to Upper Potomac River Trail, MDSeneca Creek State Park, MD
  • Schaeffer Farm: Yellow Trail, MDBoyds, MD
  • Schaeffer Farm: White Loop, MDBoyds, MD
  • Schaeffer Farm Trail, MDSeneca Creek State Park, MD
  • Hoyles Mill Trail, MDBoyds, MD
  • Clopper Lake Loop Trail, MDSeneca Creek State Park, MD
  • Black Hill Trail Loop, MDBoyds, MD
  • Black Hill Regional Park Trail, MDBoyds, MD
  • Block House Point River View, MDPotomac, MD
  • Seneca Creek Greenway Lower Trail, MDPoolesville, MD

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