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Cherry Hill Park


9800 Cherry Hill Rd
College Park, MD 20740
301.937.7116
DCCamping@aol.com
http://www.cherryhillpark.com
8 Reviews
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Nice campground. Good water, electric, and internet service. Sites are pretty level. Bus service into DC available and picks you up at the campground. Nice campground store. The only negative is the price is high, but considering its close to DC.....

Received from Terry for visit in Sep 2012


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Stay Again? YES
Staff was great, very helpful. Park was well maintained. Sites were large. Park was great for transportation into Washington DC. We will be back God willing.

Received from Carolyn for visit in Jun 2009


Site Number: 909
Stay Again? YES
This is the 6th time I've stayed at Cherry Hill. Always enjoy it. I've been there for the last 3 Memorial Day weekends and you should expect a lot of bikers because of a yearly event called "Rolling Thunder". [Awesome rally to watch if you ever get the chance.] I always use the tenting section of the campground. Bathroom facilities are great for a campground, twilight theater and pools are great for the kids, and I've always left feeling I made the right choice to stay. Cost is cheap compared to the hotels. I drive 3 miles to the metro station and always take the metro-rail into DC. The RV sections look cramped and tight... but the tent spots are in the woods and there's plenty of room between sites. I've been there on the 4th of July and there were open tent spots still! what, nobody tents anymore? Also, check the camp store for your DC souvenirs instead of purchasing them inside the capital... especially if you have kids and are on a budget. The camp store is well stocked with the typical camp food... so don't waste space in your vehicle stocking up on food items. Can't say enough about the place.

Received from scott for visit in Mar 2009


Site Number: 117
Stay Again? YES
We stayed at Cherry Hill Park for Memorial weekend 2006. We loved the convenience of having the bus to go into DC. Unfortunately, we did not research enough. We figured on not taking the bus back and counted on public transporation. NO we took the rail back to the station and found 2 taxis for our trip back to the campground. This doesnt sound bad except the taxis varied alot in price. (We were going to the same destination.) Our next trip and there will be we will not arrive on Memorial Day weekend and plan to take the bus transport back. We also didn't know about the amount of motorcycles that stayed at our campground. I can say for sure that we had no problems with any of the people but it truly was crowded. The sites are rather close. We didn't get to use any of the ground facilities but will do on our next trip. I would definetely do Cherry Hill again for our next trip.

Received from Linda D for visit in May 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
While more than we normally spend on a campsite the convenience of getting into DC is well worth it. As has been mentioned bus right from the park to Metro and downtown. Nice spacious site and road noise not that bad. Staff is friendly and helpful with any questions you have. We won't get to see everything this trip so will come again and stay here at Cherry Hill.

Received from David K for visit in Apr 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We stayed there for 3 nights this past summer. It was worth the price for us because of the bus pick up at the park. The facilities are excellent as well. We would stay there again if in the area.

Received from Kathy P for visit in Jul 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Cherry Hill Park can not emphasize enough the ease in which you can get to the DC attractions. Daily we drove the staggering 1.5 mile to the Green Line which gave access to all the Washington had to offer. That part was fantastic. The campground had its good and bads. first the sites are extremely close. a few feet in either direction and slides would be smacking into each other. there are fire rings but I dared not use mine for fear of sparks damaging my or our neighbors awning or roof. Parking is very limited at most sites I saw. I was JUST able to get my Chevy off the road. The campground has two pools and hot tub which does get a bit crowded but are nice. there is a very nice entertainment/TV area with comfortable seating, a sizable function hall and outdoor theater. Large area to walk pets and and a pet sitting service which kept Tasha the Camp Dog very happy during our days out in DC. CG also has sizable RV parts store and well stocked General Store. Some low highway noise is noticable. Home Depot, Large Grocery store, IHOP and Dunkin Donuts very close. take a right turn out of the campground down about 1 mile. On and Off ramps for Rt 95/beltway are within a stones throw from here.

Received from Eric G for visit in Jul 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This is the best RV Park to stay at when visiting Washington, DC. There is a metro bus that stops right in front of the campground and takes you to the subway stop. From there you can pretty much take the train to anywhere in DC you want to go. I can't really comment much on the park's facilities. We were either in DC or in our motorhome sleeping.

Received from Elena B for visit in July 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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