This is a great place to stay for visiting the DC area. That being said, this is city camping. Expect tight spaces and traffic noise. Most people here "camp" in huge motor homes and never sit outside around the fire so the noise probably isn't an issue. We enjoyed the pool, metro, nice laundry room, clean shower houses, cheap firewood and ice (only $5 for 3 big bundles of wood and $2 for a bag of ice), and friendly staff. Our only complaint was the bad smell coming from the sewer hookup. We weren't using it and finally decided to cover it with a bag on the last day of our stay. That really helped a lot. The campground was easy to get to and there is a nice grocery store and Home Depot nearby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As the closest RV park and campground to Washington, D.C., Cherry Hill Park is the perfect place to stay while camping and exploring our nation's capital. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cherry Hill Park Campground Hotel College Park