Camping isn’t only for summertime, especially when it comes to the following state park in Maryland. This underrated gem is home to a beautiful lake, various trails, and best of all, year-round log cabins. Read on to learn more and keep this spot in mind for an outdoorsy adventure in the Old Line State. After reading through this article, make sure you plan your Herrington Manor State Park camping trip.


Have you spent any time at this lovely Maryland state park? If not, a Herrington Manor State Park camping trip is certainly in order. If you have a favorite Maryland campground please share it with us in the comments.

For another hidden, outdoorsy spot in the Old Line State, read our previous article about the view from a little-known overlook in Maryland that is almost too beautiful for words!

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Where can you go year-round camping in Maryland?

There are quite a few places in Maryland where you can enjoy camping year-round. While most this about camping as a summer activity some of the best camping can be had in the cooler months - including winter. Here are a few places where you can go rear-round camping in Maryland:

  • Woodlands Camping Resort, Elton, MD: This beautiful campground in Elk Neck State Forest is open year-round for transient camping. Its official camping season runs between April and October, however, winter camping is available.
  • Treehouse Camp At Maple Tree, Rohrersville, MD: This is the coolest camping experience! Stay in small treehouse cabins nestled in the woods surrounded by nature and wildlife. With specialty houses like the Hobbit, Dragonfly, and Firefly, you can enjoy a whole new kind of camping experience. Tent sites are also available if you still enjoy a good old tent camping trip.
  • Ramblin’ Pines Campground, Woodbine, MD: With RV sites, cabin camping, and tent sites you have plenty of options to suit your preferred style of camping. They even have a swimming pool for an extra fun way to cool off on a hot summer day.
  • Indian Acres of Chesapeake Bay, Earleville, MD: This lovely camping resort offers your family lots of fun activities and events year-round. Take your camping vacation to a whole new level with tennis courts, a swimming pool, fishing ponds, basketball courts, and even a convenience store.
  • Happy Hills Campground, Hancock, MD: With 230 camping sites and nine cabins this lovely campground near the C & O Canal National Park has plenty of natural areas to explore. With hiking and biking trails along the Potomac River, you'll enjoy scenic views with every step or peddle.

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