campground near Washington DC

the Closest Campground to Washington, DC is the cherry hill camp ground and is a very good campground.Located in College Park, Maryland, Cherry Hill Park is the closest campground to Washington, DC. With friendly staff, top-tier amenities, and direct transportation into the city, CHP is the best place to see our nation’s capital while enjoying a family camping experience. They offer RV & tent sites, cabins & yurts, and brand new glamping pods.

location :- 9800 Cherry Hill Road College Park, MD 20740 Office Hours: 7:00am-10:00pm

rate per night starts from $70 but if you are driving a motor home for first time then it is advisable to go for pull through.

Each extra guest and/or vehicle adds an additional $5/night to the base rate.

All RV & Tent rates include tax. A one-night deposit is required to confirm your reservation. No pets allowed in tent sites. Maximum stay in a tent site is 7 nights.

Check-in/Check-out: Check-in and check-out times are both 11:00am. Guests may choose to extend their stay until 6pm on the day of departure for an additional $50, assuming that their site has not been reserved by someone else.

Cherry Hill Park is a family-owned and operated campground that has been in the Gurevich family for 5 generations. We’ve grown from a modest farm and general store into the premier camping destination for travelers visiting the Washington, DC, area.

To tour Washington, DC for a guided option might want to take a tour – some tours even depart right from on-site bus depot! For guests who prefer a self-guided experience, you can use Washington’s train system, the DC Metro. You can drive to a Metro station yourself or take a local bus that stops at Cherry Hill Park.

Cherry Hill Park Website

Tour DC :-

To learn more about tour options or to buy tickets, visit partks Tours Page or email at:

If you’re visiting Washington DC for the first time or if you’ve been here a hundred times before—you’ve never seen the city as you will on board the DC Ducks Tour!

Enjoy your journey on land

This DC tour begins at Union Station and winds its way down Pennsylvania Avenue. As the journey past our country’s most famous monuments and museums, the knowledgeable Captain will entertain and enlighten you with interesting facts and historical accounts of people and events that helped shape our nation. You’ll also be treated to original sound bites from the World War II era, including music, newscasts and speeches by some of the leaders of our past, like FDR and more.

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