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How to Rent an RV in Northwest Maryland
They call Maryland a true four-season destination, as it’s well-known for its spectacular winter sports like skiing, brilliant fall colors, and incredible summer activities such as boating, paddling, and so much more.
When traveling to the Mid-Atlantic state on an RV rental vacation, the northwest region is where it’s really at. This destination offers up stunning state parks and forests, intriguing museums, quaint towns, and adventure-packed attractions.
If you’re thinking of renting an RV in northwest Maryland, you’ll also want to make sure you check the dates and availability of the campgrounds and attractions listed below. While many of these remain open year-round, some do close during the winter months.
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Deep Creek Lake
You’ll certainly want to visit this gem of Maryland, and it’s located within Deep Creek Lake State Park. Deep Creek Lake itself covers 3,900 acres and has 65 miles of scenic shoreline. Because of this, you can expect plenty of fun water sports and activities to be had here, including boating, paddling, waterskiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, fishing, and canoeing.
It’s also an animal lover’s paradise, as wildlife viewing opportunities are plentiful. You can expect to see species such as black bear, wild turkey, bobcat, white-tailed deer, squirrel, chipmunk, raccoon, skunk, and opossum wandering around the park. There are also plenty of hiking trails on offer to visitors.
Where to Camp
Thankfully, Deep Creek Lake State Park has its very own campground which allows RV camping. It features 26 sites offering 30 amp electric service, but RVs measuring over 30’ in length may find it difficult to maneuver in or out. Restrooms, hot showers, and a dump station is available at the campground.
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Antietam National Battlefield
Fancy immersing yourself in some Civil War history while visiting northwest Maryland? Antietam National Battlefield has proven to be a popular attraction within the region, so it’s certainly not something you’d want to miss!
This National Park Service site commemorates the single bloodiest day of fighting in American history, occurring on September 17 in 1862, when 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after 12 savage hours of combat.
The site of Antietam National Battlefield, all these years later, is actually beautiful, featuring rolling hills, tranquil streams and rustic forests. You may even enjoy stopping-by the on-site visitor center, Dunker Church, and the National Cemetery.
Where to Camp
The Hagerstown / Antietam Battlefield KOA is located just 15 miles from the Antietam National Battlefield, offering a RV sites with a maximum pull-thru length of 60 feet. It also has 50 amp services and full hookups.
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Spruce Forest Artisan Village
At the iconic Spruce Forest Artisan Village, historic log cabins have been turned into studios for working artists, and other attractions such as Compton's One-Room School house, the Miller House Peace Center, Stanton's Mill, Penn Alps Restaurant, and Casselman Bridge will have you in awe.
The area serves as a reminder of a simpler time some 200 years ago, when the Amish and Mennonite communities lived together harmoniously in the village. The Artisan’s cabins are open to the public on Friday and Saturday, from May 1st through to October 31st each year.
Where to Camp
Bumble Bee RV Park & Campground is located just 17 miles from the village and offers 20, 30, and 50 amp services, including electric, water, and sewer hookups.
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Savage River State Forest
Covering more than 54,000 acres of stunning forest and rugged terrain, Savage River State Forest is certainly a place you’ll want to add to your northwest Maryland motorhome rental vacation!
It’s home to plenty of fun activities such as hiking, biking, backpacking, fishing, paddling, wildlife viewing, and camping. Common wildlife sighted within the forest include black bear, white-tailed deer, bobcat, raccoon and other small mammals, so be sure to bring your camera!
Savage River State Forest is also conveniently located very close to some of the region’s other must-visit attractions, including New Germany State Park and South Savage Mountain Natural Area. Why not stay overnight nearby and dedicate a few days to exploring them all?
Where to Camp
Little Brown Lake Campground is within proximity to all three of the attractions mentioned above, making it a great place for RVers to stay overnight.
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Adventure Sports Center International
If adventure sports such as rafting kayaking, whitewater rafting, and rock climbing are your thing, then you’re going to love visiting the Adventure Sports Center International in northwest Maryland. It’s perfect for all levels of fitness, plus the whole family are sure to find an activity they’ll adore.
For those not wanting to get wet during their visit, it’s probably best to avoid the water sports, but thankfully activities such as hiking, biking, and a geocoaching excursion around the mountaintop are also on offer. These take place in a protected, 550-acre Fork Run Recreation Area featuring around 8 miles of trails.
Where to Camp
Just 2.7 miles from the sports center is Double G RV Park, making it the ideal place to stay nearby. It’s a dog-friendly park offering RV sites with 30 – 50 amp services and full hookups. It also includes all of the amenities you’ll need, such as toilets, showers, laundry facilities, and a camp store.
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Cumberland is one of the state’s most northwest cities, and it’s also filled with plenty of intriguing attractions to keep the whole family entertained. Rocky Gap State Park is one of the beautiful (and highly-rated) parks within the area, making it a great stopover to breathe in some fresh air. Visitors also enjoy the C&O Canal National Historical Park and Visitors Museum, especially as it’s located in the historic Western Maryland Railway Station, built in 1913.
Other must-visit sights within this city include the enchanting Gordon-Roberts House (a museum offering exhibits and tours), while keen hikers will love exploring the Great Allegheny Passage Trail and C&O Canal Paw Paw Tunnel.
Where to Camp
Spring Gap Campground is located within the region and can accommodate RVs up to 20 feet in length.
RV Rental Locations in Northwest Maryland
Thankfully, there are tons of RV rental locations in northwest Maryland and RVshare can help you find the perfect rental that suits your needs.
Private RV Rentals in Northwest Maryland
Whether you need a motorhome rental in northwest Maryland or a one-way RV rental so you can visit Maryland and fly home afterward, RVshare can help you find the northwest Maryland camper rental you need for your vacation.