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Situated in the north of Anne Arundel County, Severn, Maryland is a leafy residential community between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. It’s close to the military headquarters at Fort George G. Meade and home to the bustling commercial hub of the Quarterfield Crossing Shopping Center.
The city is named after the Severn River; the water's source is located in this census-designated area and famed for the Battle of Severn, the first naval colonial battle to be fought in America. Today, Severn’s proximity to family-friendly RV parks, natural reserves, and the big cities of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. make it an ideal place to rent an RV.
Pick up your RV rental in Severn and head to the Severn Run Natural Environment Area, which is crisscrossed by slightly overgrown and off-the-beaten-track trails. This 1,600-acre reserve encompasses the north-south waterway of the Severn Run, which is surrounded by natural woodlands. If hiking isn’t your thing, you can try your luck at catching trout and yellow perch from one of the riverside fishing spots.
Closer to the city is the Severn-Danza Park, which is renowned for its motocross bike trail that attracts BMX enthusiasts. It’s the only BMX track in Anne Arundel County and is open year-round, with both races and practice sessions taking place between March and December. In addition to the Chesapeake BMX Track, the park is home to a variety of sports fields and courts, as well as leafy walking trails where you can stretch your legs.
Want to spot some of the region’s native wildlife? Spend a day exploring the Patuxent Research Refuge, beginning at the National Wildlife Visitor Center. Browse the interactive exhibits that detail global environmental issues and the impact of habitat destruction of local wildlife, then follow one of the hiking trails to spot white-tailed deer and beavers. The Patuxent Wildlife Refuge is also home to an impressive number of bird species, including great blue herons, bald eagles, and a variety of migratory neotropical species.
Pick up your camper rental in Severn and pull into one of the full hook-up sites at the Camp Meade RV Park in Fort Meade. This disability-friendly campground features a number of wheelchair accessible sites, as well as a children’s playground, game room, and an on-site laundry facility.
Slightly farther from the town is the Washington DC/Capitol KOA, a family-friendly RV destination in nearby Millersville. There’s an outdoor swimming pool and also a jumping pillow that will keep kids entertained, as well as a basketball court and daily shuttles into Washington, D.C.
Or, book a stay at College Park’s Cherry Hill Park, a pet-friendly RV destination that offers two fenced dog runs. There’s a wide variety of different RV sites to choose from with full hookups, as well as two swimming pools, a mini-golf course, and a well-designed children’s playground.
Pick up your RV rental near Severn and head to the nearby working nursery and farm that’s open to visitors. The farm's old fashioned, cottage-style gardens nestle in the middle of Severn’s urban sprawl and offer a welcome retreat for guided tours and workshops. Learn how to arrange flowers during a small-group class and create your very own terrarium from scratch or just enjoy a stroll through the picturesque nursery.
If you’re interested in the railway history of Anne Arundel County, opt to cycle or walk along the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail, which follows the route of a historic railroad. It’s an interesting way to explore the county’s rural landscapes and small towns, with historical markers explaining the railroad’s history and how it impacted the region. The Baltimore and Annapolis Trail begins at Boulters Way in Arnold and ends near the Baltimore Light Rail’s Cromwell Station in Glen Burnie, which is just a short drive from Severn.
Want to spend a day in the big city? Severn is a practical base for exploring the sights of Baltimore, including the independent stores and cafes of hip Hampden or the sweeping city views from Federal Hill Park. Photograph the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon Place and see the star-shaped Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, then shop for fresh, local produce in the Lexington Market.
Severn is home to many supermarkets and a large-scale mall at the Quarterfield Crossing Shopping Center, with plenty of fast food eateries and restaurants for dining out. There are also gas stations if you want to fill up your motorhome rental in Severn.
Whether you’re visiting Anne Arundel County for its fishing spots or fascinating railway history, book an RV in Severn and start exploring.