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The community of Sparks Glencoe, just a short drive north of Baltimore, is an ideal middle ground for those looking to explore the Mid-Atlantic state of Maryland. Surrounded by lush forests and within easy driving distances of several lakes and reservoirs, Sparks Glencoe offers easy access to both quiet retreats and the hustle and bustle of Baltimore. The once bustling railroad junction that served the Sparks and Sparks Glencoe area helped put the city on the map. Today, as more businesses move to the area, Sparks Glencoe will continue to become a popular destination. With the town being right on I-83, you should have no problem getting wherever you need to go in your Sparks Glencoe RV rental by owner.

When you book an RV in Baltimore County, you get to experience a unique pocket of the Mid-Atlantic. With one of the country’s largest cities within easy reach, the natural beauty of Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania, and the fresh Chesapeake Bay catches you can indulge in, you may never want to leave the community of Sparks Glencoe.

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The Great Outdoors

Just a short drive south is Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville, Maryland. Oregon Ridge is the place to go if you want to learn more about the natural wonder of Maryland. You can spend time at the on-site nature center and learn about the various natural landscapes and animals that call central Maryland home. After completing your educational endeavors, you can put what you learned to the test by heading out on one of the many hiking trails. The hiking trails at Oregon Ridge open up to cross-country skiers in the winter, so if you find yourself traveling to the Mid-Atlantic during this time of year and want to strap on the skis, you can trek through and enjoy the snowy scenery.

If you want to experience some of nature’s more powerful elements, then head to Gunpowder Falls State Park in Perry Hall, Maryland. At Gunpowder Falls, visitors can explore the Central Area of the park and get to see the rapid Little and Big Gunpowder Falls in action as they tumble their water over the rocky edge. After you do some marveling, you can head to the Hammerman area and enjoy the sandy beach along the river and take a break from the sun.

If you’re looking for a more classic way to beat the Mid-Atlantic heat, then consider a short drive to Rocky Point Park and Beach near Essex, Maryland. Situated on the sandy shores of Hawk Cove, part of the northern reaches of the Chesapeake Bay, Rocky Point offers visitors a wide variety of beach-day activities. You can sunbathe, swim in the cool waters, try your luck at the fishing pier, and even rent a sailboat for the afternoon.

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Sparks Glencoe, be sure to secure an RV site to make the most of your Mid-Atlantic journey.

Just to the north of town is the Merry Meadows Recreation Farm. At Merry Meadows, guests will have access to both electric/water hook-up sites and full hook-up options, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. Guests will also have access to a variety of recreational activities and an on-site restaurant.

Just to the east, on the shores of the northern Chesapeake, is Bar Harbor RV Park and Marina. At Bar Harbor, guests will have access to restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. Guests will also have access to fishing docks.

Explore the City

When you rent an RV in Sparks Glencoe, be sure to give yourself some extra time to explore the community around you. Luckily enough, with so much going on in the area, you won’t have a shortage of opportunity.

If you are a sports fanatic, or are just curious and want to learn about a sport that is quickly gaining steam, spend some time at the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum. You can learn all about this ancient sport, which has its beginnings with Native American tribes, and learn about how it has developed into the sport it is today. You will also be able to tour the Hall of Fame and learn about the greatest names in lacrosse.

If you’d rather learn more about the natural world, then head to the National Aquarium. On the shores of the Patapsco River, just as it dumps into the Chesapeake, this massive aquarium has everything you could possibly imagine. You can see dolphins, sharks, octopi, puffins, and even the mysterious peacock mantis shrimp. The aquarium also hosts a variety of conservation events, such as tree plantings and animal releases, that are worth checking out if your travel schedule lines up.

If you’d rather learn about the animals above water, then spend some time at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. You can see elephants, lions, okapi, rhinoceroses, and even a laughing kookaburra. The zoo also hosts a variety of events, such as wildlife photography workshops, zookeeper chats, and sleepovers.

When you book a camper rental in Sparks Glencoe, be sure to secure yourself a table at a local seafood restaurant. Sparks Glencoe is only a 30-minute drive away from the Chesapeake Bay, so you know you are going to be able to enjoy some of the freshest Maryland crab that there is.

When you find yourself needing to restock or refuel your RV rental in Sparks Glencoe, you will have the best luck along I-83. However, the farther south toward Baltimore you go, the more options you will have.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Northern Central Railroad Trail to York County Heritage Trail, MDCockeysville, MD
  • Big Gunpowder Falls River Trail, MDMonkton, MD
  • Oregon Ridge Park Trail, MDCockeysville, MD
  • Northern Central Railroad Trail, MDGunpowder Falls State Park, MD
  • Gunpowder Falls State Park-Hereford , MDGunpowder State Park, MD
  • Gunpowder Falls North and South Loop Trail, MDGunpowder State Park, MD
  • Sherwood Trail to Western Run, MDCockeysville, MD
  • Prettyboy Reservoir: CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) Trail, MDGunpowder Falls State Park, MD
  • Merryman's Mill Trail, MDLutherville-Timonium, MD
  • Deadman's Cave Trail, MDLutherville-Timonium, MD

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