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Discover Southeast Maryland by RV Rental
Maryland may be a small state, but she is one of the most densely populated states in the country. Despite the growing population, there are tons of outdoor parks, beaches, and historic cities to discover by an RV rental vacation. From the wild ponies of Assateague Island to the city of Baltimore to the Appalachian plateaus in the west, Maryland is an excellent state for a family RV rental vacation.
Southeast Maryland is home to the Chesapeake Estuary Region, the Eastern Shore, and Assateague Island National Seashore where wild ponies still roam free on the sandy beaches. If you love state parks and nationally protected lands then Southeast Maryland is the place to drive your RV rental to during the warm summer months. It’s time to pack up the kids!
Rent an RV in Southeast Maryland
With almost 500 RV rentals, renting an RV of any size and type is easy with RVshare. Most RV rentals are privately owned so you know they are well loved and maintained. From luxury motorhomes to fifth wheels to campervans, RVshare has you covered in Southeast Maryland.
Motorhome Rental in Southeast Maryland
Class A motorhome rentals are abundant in Southeast Maryland. Maryland is a small state and if you can’t find the perfect motorhome rental for your family vacation needs then you can expand your search into nearby states. Most motorhome rentals have all the modern luxuries that you’ll find in a hotel and most can sleep up to eight people. At an average nightly rate of $220, that’s a bargain!
Rent a Folding Trailer in Southeast Maryland
A folding trailer rental is an economical way to discover Southeast Maryland by RV rental. With an average nightly rate of $70, you can’t beat it. Most folding trailer rentals sleep six people comfortably. The only downfall of a folding trailer rental is that you need to bring your own truck or SUV capable of hauling a trailer.
RV Rental Locations in Southeast Maryland
The most popular RV rental locations in Southeast Maryland are the Eastern Shore and Baltimore. You’ll find close to 500 different options with RVshare. And, if you can’t find the perfect rental, look in nearby Virginia or Delaware.
Points of Interest in Southeast Maryland
Assateague Island National Seashore
The Assateague Island National Seashore is a protected wildlife area on a long barrier island off the southern coast of Maryland. Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in the south is home to the wild Chincoteague ponies along with countless other animals like bald eagles and migratory seabirds. The Island is popular for its sandy beaches and walking trails.
Fort McHenry in Baltimore is a star-shaped coastal fort that is best known for its role in the War of 1812. During the war, it successfully defended Baltimore Harbor against the British navy. It was built in 1798 and was used up through World War II. Today, it is designated as a National Monument and Historic Shrine and is open for tours by the public.
Jolly Roger Amusement Park
Opened in July 1964, Jolly Roger Amusement Park is one of the first amusement parks in Ocean City. With two locations - one on the pier and other on 30th Street – Jolly Rogers has multiple rides and attractions including a waterpark, an 18-hole mini-golf course, and a 10 go-kart race track.
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Established in 1933, the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is a waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating along the migration highway called Atlantic Flyway. It consists of over 28,000-acres of freshwater impoundments, brackish tidal wetlands, open fields, and mixed forests. If you’re a birdwatcher then you’ll definitely want to come here as you’ll find over 250 species of birds.
Calvert Marine Museum
The Calvert Marine Museum was founded in 1970 in Solomons, Maryland. It’s home to Drum Point Light, the bugeye Wm. B. Tennison, and the J.C. Lore Oyster House. The museum contains lots of artifacts from the old Cedar Point Light and various other maritime history artifacts from the region.
Sandy Point State Park
Located on Sandy Point near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Sandy Point State Park is a 786-are state-owned, public recreation area open for swimming, boating, fishing, crabbing, hiking, and other outdoor sports. With four miles of hiking trails and a nice beach, Sandy Point State Park is a great place to spend a day in Southeast Maryland.
Maryland Science Center
Opened in 1976, the Maryland Science Center is one of the best science centers in the country. Rated as one of the best activities in Baltimore for children, the science museum is home to an IMAX theater, over two dozen dinosaur skeletons, and lots of other fun, hands-on exhibits for kids of all ages.
The Best RV Parks in Southeast Maryland
Castaways RV Resort & Campground – Berlin
Located close to Ocean City, Castaways is seated on 50 acres of waterfront property near historic Assateague Island National Park. With private beaches, on-site dining, full RV hookups, a Tiki bar, and a fitness center, you might want to even leave the RV park.
Take It Easy Campground – Callaway
Take It Easy Campground is a family owned and operated, year-round RV park with 242 full hookup sites. Sites are spacious with many shaded with picnic tables and WiFi. There’s a swimming pool, basketball courts, a ball field and more to keep the whole family busy.
Fort Whaley Campground – Whaleyville
With 150 campsites available for tents to 45-foot RVs, Fort Whaley Campground has a lot to offer RVers. Partial and full hookup sites are available in lake-front, premium pull-thru, or super site. The campground is home to a fishing pond, large swimming pool, playgrounds, and a pump track so bring your skateboard or bicycle.
Cherry Hill Park – College Park
Cherry Hill Park in College Park, Maryland is the closest RV park to Washington, DC. With two swimming pools, a hot tub and sauna, there is a lot to look forward to when you return from visiting our nation’s capital. RV sites include full hookups, WiFi, and cable TV. Choose from pull-thru or back-in sites.
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