Washington DC / Capitol KOA

Millersville, Maryland

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Whether you're looking for a peaceful weekend in the country or an action-packed visit to Washington D.C., this KOA is the perfect choice. Take the daily shuttle from the campground to the U.S. Capitol. Visit the historic landmarks of our nation's capital on your own or continue with the group on a sightseeing tour. Set on 50 acres of rolling countryside, this KOA offers a variety of RV Sites, shaded Tent Sites, Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, group areas and a Kamp K9. Enjoy the outdoor pool with a lifeguard, outdoor billiards, Ping-Pong, basketball and a Jumping Pillow. Summers buzz with activities such as flashlight lollipop hunts, outdoor movies and poolside ice cream socials. Pool: May 20 - September 3. Max pull thru: 70 feet. Your hosts: Recreational Adventures Co.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Bike or Run the Baltimore and Annapolis (B&A) Trail

    Park in the big lot off of Dorsey Road to access the trailhead. Trail is accessible year-round and is dog-friendly. Can do the whole thing or make it into a shorter out-and-back.

    27.55 miles 577 ft gain

  • Hike the Cash Lake Loop - Patuxent Research Refuge Trail

    Park in the lot off of Tram Route Rd (see map) to access the trailhead. This is a short, popular hike that is great for kids and is dog-friendly.

    2.17 miles 52 ft gain

  • Hike the South Tract Trails at Patuxent Research Refuge

    From the visitors center, start on the Fire Road trail. From there, it's a choose-your-own adventure (choose-your-own ecosystem, actually). Pick the Laurel and Valley Trails to stay in the quiet (and maybe enchanted? It felt enchanted) forest. Goo...

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