Cherry Hill Park has been in the business of creating holiday memories since the early 1920s. This has given the family owners plenty of time to design a modern campground that caters to every desire and whim.
RV’s are in for a treat with first-rate, flat gravel sites that connect to electricity (30/50), sewer, and water with complimentary wi-fi and cable TV. There is a choice of pull-through and back-in sites with a picnic table and fire ring. Upscale RV sites feature a brick patio with chic garden furniture.
Even the tent sites under the trees have all the mod cons, including electricity, water, and access to the internet. The park's rustic cabins feature a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom, and beds with linen, or you could get cozy in a grandiose, four- or six-bedroom cottage. The interior décor is stylish and classical with a fireplace for warmth, a luxurious outdoor deck, and two bathrooms. The romantic art of glamping comes to life in Cherry Hill Park with a classy pod hidden amongst the trees and an authentic, Mongolian-style yurt.
The giving doesn’t stop there with four air-conditioned restrooms and showers, plus a good-sized laundry room. You could spend a lifetime listing the amazing amenities at this prestigious campground situated in the city of College Park, home to Maryland University.
The park features two solar heated swimming pools with a lifeguard on duty and plenty of cool activities for the kids, including a splash pool for toddlers, fun tractor rides, movie nights, mini-golf and an awesome playground. A catch-and-release pond keeps anglers on their toes, while an RV and souvenir store is loaded with accessories and things to take back home. Stay fit at the camp gym or check out the arcade for a ton of pinball fun.
The inventive hosts know families want to bring their furry pals, which is why they have two fenced dog areas where pooches can run and play off-leash. If you like hiking in the woods, the trail through the park is a dog-friendly walk. When woofers are not in vehicles or some of the cabins that allow pets, they must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Campers are also responsible for their pets' waste and ensuring they are well-behaved.
If you’re visiting friends or family in Washington DC, this park is the pawfect place to camp!