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Ramblin' Pines Campground

801 Hoods Mill Road
Woodbine, MD 21797
3 Reviews
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What can I say, we love this campground! We camp here 2 to 3 weekends a year. For the most part, all sites are shaded and larger than most other campgrounds. It is kept very clean and the staff is nice enough. Not all sites are level but are workable. They have a very nice dog walk area and you are able to let your dog off the leash in a chained in area and get some energy out. All RV sites are full hookup. We camp in a travel trailer so I am not sure how the tent sites are. They have 3 great playgrounds and a nice heated pool. We go in October for one of their Halloween weekends and it is great! Very nicely done and the kids have such a great time. However, there are a couple of draw backs. One would be the bathrooms. Very outdated and I have to agree quite scary. Of course, with full hook up, we usually bathe in our TT anyway. The second would be the number of permanent sites. Of course, their location probably warrants so many because they are centralized to Baltimore and Washington but not close to either one or anything else for that matter. However, the campground is set in the country which leaves it to be very quite and peaceful.

Received from Andrea for visit in Oct 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Oh, my, we dislike this campground! Unfortunately, it's the closest one to our son's house. Lots of seasonal campers with units that molded in years ago. Woodalls gives it a high rating, but the bath houses are just awful - old, dark and scary. Sites are slanted and gravel; Bad for grandkids. Goats are cute. Try to avoid. We can't.

Received from Carla S for visit in Aug 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO
In my opinion it has a setting like a state park with more ammenities. For the most part the campground is a RV village, very few popups or tents, and a lot of the campers are what they call "permanents. However, we have found the sites spacious and well-shaded pull-throughs have been available each time we've called. All of the RV sites have water, electric and sewer and they were much less expensive and much roomier than either the KOA or Jellystones we've stayed at in Maryland. There were two bathhouses and they were pretty deserted (probably because most of the campers had travel trailers and motor homes.) They were clean but did not have soap. They had a coin laundry but you are not allowed to wash sleeping bags or blankets. Cost us $5.00 to do a load of laundry because the dryer took forever (1.25 a load). They have a nice pool and a "catch and return" pond for fishing. Cows can be seen on the other side of the pond and there are goats on the property to feed. They had a minimal game room (which I prefer). They had mini-golf and an adequate camp store/office. The first time we stayed there they served food in the lodge, but we've gone in the early spring and fall the last two times and that was not available. Pets are allowed and there was a "paw walk" but I found it hard to get to from our site. The path in was gravel which was hard to do pushing a stroller at the same time, though. Some of the roads are paved which make it nice for taking walks with a stroller - the gravel ones are very bumpy, though. It's fun to walk the campground looking at the various sites - some people go all out with their landscaping and decorations. Each site had a fire ring but no grate. We were along a back loop where there was viritually no traffic which was nice. We requested a shady site by the bath house and ended up right across from it which is really nice with little kids. They had three nice play areas and my kids 8, 4 and 10 months all had fun. Had a huge sand pit at the one by the office. It was so tranquil that I had to keep telling my boys to quiet down! It's an easy shot off Route 70 between Baltimore and Frederick and they tout their accessibility to Washington, DC however I know that wouldn't be an easy trek.

Received from Carole for visit in Jul 2003

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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