Campground Area Attractions & Links

 News and Events:



Summertime!!  Most people who camp in summer spend time on the river :

The town of Brunswick has a community swimming pool 


One rule we have had for 46 years is, there is no entrance or exit allowed into or out of the campground without prior permission between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m..  This is for common sense safety reasons so we can all get a good nights sleep.  


No check-ins are permitted after 10 P.M. as set up should be complete by 11 P.M..


It is important to us that all campers enjoy their stay.  One campers' enjoyment should never come at the expense of their neighbors' enjoyment.  All of our rules are crafted with this goal in mind.  Whether you are a part of a group of families, a leader of Scouts, or simply a couple with a radio, please be considerate of your neighbors day and night, and refrain from creating disruptive noise. 


 We want to say thank you ahead of time to all the Amazing people who show up here for camping.  We very much appreciate the good will, Peace, laughter , and respect for each other that our customers always bring.  


We are looking forward to cold, wood stove weather, and a slower pace.  If you decide to go winter camping, please do bring snow boots/rain boots with tread.  Flannel sheets and down comforters make camping cozy.


Please don't hesitate to communicate with us ahead of your arrival, early in the day if possible,  if you have special needs so we can do our best to help you.


Your happiness is important to us.  Also, please understand, this is a small family business, we are not a corporation.  There are  2 families living and working  at the campground....we are taking care of each other and of you to the best of our ability.  Please understand, we don't have a 24 hour desk service.  Please observe office hours whenever possible, and, if you can't, let us know ahead of time  and we will work with you.  Please plan your store purchases early in the day rather than late night.


We routinely walk at 11 pm to remind folks if they need to tone down voices, after that we expect a peaceful, restful night we can all enjoy.


Thanks again, ahead of time, for being kind, and Respectful people .   



The Hobbit House is complete and everyone is enjoying it.  It is our only structure with electricity.  There are a lot of pictures on our Facebook Page from the web site, and if you scroll down on the camping  options page you can click to the Hobbit page for more information.



  Please,   if you have never been here,  email us,  so we can make sure you get the right spot.  There is a difference between the new cottages and the older cottages, new tree houses and older tree houses. However, it is all camping. There are a lot of pictures on our Facebook page. Some people prefer things more rustic, but, if that is not you, please book a new structure. 


A few winters ago the Robin tree house was over-hauled. It is  beautiful with stained glass in the door and 4 huge bunks and a  covered porch, and a new grill. 



Cottages and treehouses tend to book a few months out on week ends, but there is generally availability last minute Sunday through Thursday....which is a good time to be here if you can get away.  It never hurts to call Friday morning to see if there were any cancellations, or call Saturday morning to see if there were No Shows.


If July 4 falls on a Wednesday, there is not a 30% discount 


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Visiting France anytime soon?  stay in a treehouse !



10 Minutes Away

Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Antietam Battlefield
Swimming and Tubing
Antique Shops
Raft and Canoe Trips
Brunswick Railroad Museum
Horseback Riding

20 Minutes Away

Charles Town Race Track
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Frederick, Maryland
Hagerstown, Maryland

40 Minutes Away

New Market, Maryland - Antique Shops
Catoctin Zoo
Manassas Battlefield, Virginia
Outlet Stores

60 Minutes Away

Baltimore, Maryland
Washington, D.C.
Gettysburg National Park, Pennsylvania
Skyline Drive, Virginia
Ski Liberty, Pennsylvania

 Biking Adventures:

Download a trail map and directions below.

A 47 mile ride from the campground to Lilypons Water Gardens and back.

A 76.6 mile ride through Antietam Battefield and Harpers Ferry with 6 stops for ice cream!

 Useful Links:

Visit the links below for information on area activities including rafting, tubing, canoeing, biking, kayaking, hiking, cross-country skiing, fishing trips and site seeing.