Alerts and Important Information
Due to the potential threat of the Emerald Ash Borer, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has prohibited the importation of personal firewood into all DNR owned and managed properties. Please do not bring firewood with you from home when visiting a DNR property.
NO ALCOHOL PERMITTED:
NO alcohol permitted within Youth Group camping areas.
After office hours, Contact PARK WATCH: 1-800-825-PARK (7275)
YOUTH GROUP CAMPING INFORMATION:
A valid Maryland DNR Youth Group Pass is required to reserve a designated youth group camping area. Nightly service charges apply. Pass must be valid on date of arrival. Display of Youth Group Pass will be required upon check-in. Additional service charges will be applied if unable to provide proof of valid Pass.
Each group shall be sponsored by a recognized organization and shall consist of juveniles age 17 and under. Identification may be required.
The Maryland Park Service does not assume direct responsibility for the Youth Group. Permits may be cancelled and any person or group may be required to leave the park for violation of park rules and regualtions.
No Generators permitted.
Tents are permitted in grassy areas around reserved site. Vehicles must be parked in paved lot after setting up camp.
Adult leaders must accompany the group at a ratio of 1 adult to not more than 10 youths. Members of the leaders family or other non-group members will not be allowed to camp in the group camping area except with advance permission from the park manager.
No electricity available.
Late Arrivals should contact the park prior to day of arrival at 301-791-4767.
All persons and groups renting the Youth Group Camping areas are responsible for the collection and removal of trash.
Prices are subject to change without notice and reservation fees, as well as cancellation fees are non-refundable.
Quiet time will be maintained in the Youth Group Camping Area from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. Park gate closes at Sunset.
Located in upper area of park/separate from rest of youth group sites. 15'x12' shelter. 3-picnic tables. 1 fire ring with grill attachment. Tent area includes grassy area around shelter. Restrooms shared by day use visitors and are more than 100' from the site.
The Appalachian Trail passes through the park and offers hiking and scenic vistas. Bikes, horses, and motorized vehicles are not permitted on trail. There is a museum that is open on weekends or by appointment.
Restrooms have flush toilets, sinks, and potable water (No Showers). Restroom is more than 150 feet from site.
Park Day-Use Hours are 8:00 am to Sunset.