50 acres of rolling Maryland countryside provide a calm retreat from the busy city life and its buzzing interstates. We are close enough to the major metropolitan areas entrenched in Baltimore and Washington D.C. tourism and attractions. Travel from the Capitol KOA to the Camden Yards, Busch Gardens, and the Smithsonian Institution with ease, and then return to the quiet countryside of the Capitol KOA for a quiet and comfortable stay. We're close, but we're still far enough away for you to relax and enjoy your valuable family time.
Links We Like
The following are some links that will help you find out more about the surrounding area and the best way to get around.
Need directions from your out of state area? Use MapQuest to find detailed driving directions.
The Washington metropolitan area transit authority official site includes maps, schedules, fees, and information about its various services. It's very helpful for planning your trip to see the sites without a car.
Busch Gardens is an Anheuser-Busch theme park with 17th-century flair, boasting numerous thrilling rides, dazzling shows, quaint shops, and European cuisine. Open March through October, with group rates and meeting space available.
Explore George Washington's estate overlooking the Potomac River and discover 45 acres of family fun, including hands-on activities, special tours, river cruises, farm animals, shopping, dining, and more. Open every day of the year and holds group tours.
Meet the many animals that call this zoo home, including the famous Panda Bears and over 2,000 animals from over 400 species. Admission is free.
Smithsonian, Washington Monument, US Capitol, Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln, Jefferson, Korean, Vietnam and FDR Memorials, White House and a myriad of other information about the Washington, D.C. area, including shopping and dining information
Baseball fun from spring through fall at Camden Yards. Mass transit available three miles from campground.
Home of Preakness Stakes, the second jewel in the Triple Crown. Daily races and wagering.
The Smithsonian Institution is actually the largest cluster of museums in the world, each worth a day's visit. There are a total of 19 museums and 9 research centers. Admission is free.
The Academy is open to the public and guided walking tours are conducted of these historic and modern grounds and facilities.