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Greenbelt Park


6565 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770
301.344.3948
No Email Address
http://www.nps.gov/gree/pphtml/contact.html
4 Reviews
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Beautiful park with interesting trails and lovely birds and deer. Hot water shower and paved pads for parking or tenting. $16 fee per site per night provides lots of value. The best part is the park is guarded by a police station at the entrance.

Received from Jimmy for visit in Jun 2012


Site Number: 63
Stay Again? YES
convenient to DC. campsites poorly marked...sites need sprucing up. Ticks were numerous and a problem. You must spray yourself with anti- repellant. bathrooms fairly clean but only one shower. It was very quiet.

Received from james lamanna for visit in Jun 2009


Site Number: 6 loop c
Stay Again? YES
We checked out this campground as an alternative to Cherry Hill. It is winter so there were not many people there. Used Loop D but it is closing, I think for the winter; use Loop B instead. Site was barely long enough for our 33' motorhome. But is was large and paved. Park was very clean. Campgrounds are about 3 miles from entrance so you may need a car or other method of transportation. We had a deer come up to our camp site. No hook ups but dump station in CG. Nice campground for scout and other youth groups. They have a special loop for the groups. We will return to Greenbelt because of its location and price but our motorhome has a generator and everything we will need. Quiet hours are 10PM to 6AM.

Received from Anon for visit in Dec 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Campground has four loops. Loop D is intended for larger RVs and trailers, over 30 feet. There are no hookups but there is a dump station (one station). This is a very wooded park and sites are large. Quiet area even though near major highways. Facilities are somewhat dated, probably due to NPS budget problems so that is reason for lower rating. This is an excellent spring/fall park but would be more challenging in summer due to lack of electricity for air-conditioning. On my visit, camped in loop D, where mix was about 50/50 tents and RVs. Many users were from outside the Washington Metro area. An inexpensive way to camp near Washington, DC, for those with experience to handle the constraints of limited RV services. There is a walking path to subway located on loop D at about site 145; ranger told me distance is about 1.5 miles. Need to be able to drive because camping is located several miles from park entrance.

Received from Jim H for visit in May 2006


Site Number: Loop D
Stay Again? YES



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