The park had everything one would want or need as far as 'rv'g' goes except for internet connection. We were there 3 days and no internet. We used their computers in the office and they weren't much better but at least had a connection. Metro bus made a stop in the park and it took us to the metro rail station at U of MD which was convenient. Only problem was the last metro bus to the RV Park left the station at 10pm - so we had to plan our evenings in DC around the last bus to the park. Would be better if we had our own car of course and could park and ride. We did not tow on this trip. Office staff was friendly and helpful and I am sure caught a lot of flack about the internet so management needs to step up to the plate and change providers. We did not eat in the little grill but looked like most everything was prepared from frozen products - we had ice cream only. Pool was full of kids so did not swim. The fire ring at our space was full of trash when we arrived but the pad was fairly level. We camped here in a motorhome.
- 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. In addition to sites for RV and tent campers, Cherry Hill Park offers lodging in yurts, group cottages, and premium log cabins. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cherry Hill Park Campground Hotel College Park