We just got back & I am kicking myself for living an hour away & never going here before. We went here w a mix of friends, co workers etc & stayed 2 nights. Great location & unique camping. A little pricey that you pay per head instead of per site w max amt of tents. Would be a lot for just a couple based on other camping areas. On the website it says they have a dog sitter & we couldn't believe it but its true. Within the actual site there are private residences above the last row of sites. For $5/hr you drop off your dog while you tube, bike & enjoy your day. Hardest thing about camping w your pet is that you can't leave them unattended. So here you can enjoy camping plus do a tourist attraction without worrying about your dog, genius!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- One and a half hours from D.C. and Baltimore we have a small tree house campground and are open year round. There are a variety of camping options, the Hobbit House and Tree Cottages have wood stoves and mattresses, there are new ones and older ones. There are a variety of tree houses, they do not have mattresses or wood stoves. Each site has a fire circle, picnic table, and grill.The bathrooms and showers are centrally located. We have secluded tent sites. We are 7 miles from river rafting, tubing, horseback riding, zip-lining, and a ten-minute walk from the Appalachian Trail. Also, 10 minutes from a train into D.C. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Maple Tree Campground Hotel Gapland