RV Living In Maryland And Beyond


Many couples that undergo a momentous change in their life, such as retirement, layoff or empty nest are deciding to give up their homes for RV living. There are many benefits for opting to live in a motorhome or caravan, with the most notable being cost efficient. Being able to give up a mortgage payment and utility bills is a freedom that many only dream of, but it is always a possibility for everyone.Many of these individuals are migrating from state to state, just to avoid winter depression. Others are looking for seasonal jobs to help for RV park fees, petro and insurance. Living like a nomad or gypsy can be very exciting, plus it provides plenty of opportunity to meet other likewise people.

Whether you are trying to escape the normal routine or alter your lifestyle permanently, you could definitely benefit from RV living. If you have plans to visit the Prince George’s County vicinity, you will find the list of campgrounds and RV parks, with amenities listed below helpful.

Cherry Hill Park
9800 Cherry Hill Road
College Park, Maryland 20740
(301) 937-7116 or (800) 801-6449

Amenities: RV hookups, conference room, SuperStore, swimming pool, sauna, mini golf, cabin rental and hot tub 

Cosca Regional Park
11000 Thrift Road
Clinton, Maryland 20735
(301) 868-1397

Amenities: RV and tent campsites and (with electric/water hookups), bathhouse and Clearwater Nature Center

Greenbelt Park
6565 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
(301) 344-3948

Amenities: hiking, restroom, tent and RV campsites (no utility hookups available)

Patuxent River Park
16000 Croom Airport Road
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772
(301) 627-6074

Amenities: primitive campsites (no utility hookups available)

Southern Maryland Recreational Complex (Cedarville State Forest)
10201 Bee Oak Road
Brandywine, Maryland 20613
(301) 888-1410

Amenities: Fishing, hunting, trails, camping and picnic shelters

Watkins Regional Park
301 Watkins Park Road
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20774
(301) 249-6900

Amenities: bathhouse and tent and RV campsites (no utility hookups available)

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