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Places to Go
Explore the Surrounding Area
Known as one of the best campgrounds near baltimore and Washington D.C., Jellystone Park™ Williamsport has plenty to do in the surrounding area! Visit the Crystal Grottoes Caverns, learn history at one of the historic East Coast town nearby, enjoy local hiking trails, Kayake or tub down the river, and more.
10 miles
Crystal Grottoes Caverns
Enjoy the natural air conditioning at Crystal Grottoes Caverns, the only commercial cave now open in Maryland.
Various miles
Appalachian Trail
The Appalachian Trail is a 2,180+ mile-long public footpath that traverses the lands of the Appalachian Mountains, passing through 14 states.
25 miles
River & Trail Outfitters
River & Trail Outfitters offers guided whitewater rafting, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, zip-lining, climbing, and more!
2 miles
Rad Pies
Calling all pizza lovers! Enjoy fresh, homemade pizzas by Rad Pies, right down the road from our Camp-Resort!
80 miles
Baltimore, MD
If you love the water, Baltimore is your kind of town - and it's just 80 miles away!
14 miles
Shepherdstown, WV
Everything we love about historic East Coast towns can be found in Shepherdstown-brick sidewalks, quaint restaurants, unique shops, and charming homes surrounded by old-fashioned flowers and towering trees.
2 miles
Cushwa Brewing Co.
If you're 21 or over, Cushwa Brewing Company is a must-visit! Located in Williamsport along the Potomac River, this brewing company offers a wide variety of draft beer, happy hour specials, delicious food (like Rad Pies), and even trivia nights!
71 miles
Washington D.C.
Inspiring monuments and memorials pay tribute, while museums capture and preserve important milestones in art, science, and history in Washington, D.C.
27 miles
Harpers Ferry
Nature lovers will not be disappointed with a visit to this quaint, historic community at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers.
2 miles
C&O Canal
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal operated for nearly 100 years as a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River, transporting goods like coal, lumber and agricultural products. Today, the canal is part of the National Park Service, and guests can visit for boat rides, hiking, and biking along the beautiful canal.
6 miles
Antietam Creek Canoe
Antietam Creek Canoe is a unique Canoe, Kayak, & Tube Livery located just 6 miles from our Camp-Resort. Bring the whole family (even the dog!) for a tubing, kayaking or canoeing trip down historic Antietam Creek.
28 miles
Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo
From bears and boas, to alligators and zebras, amazing experiences and hundreds of exciting new exotic animal friends await you in this 50-acre park!
20 miles
South Mountain Creamery
South Mountain Creamery is Maryland's first on-site dairy processing plant!
8 miles
Antietam National Battlefield
The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest one-day battle in American history. Today, the Antietam National Battlefield is part of the National Park Service, and guests can visit to learn more about the battle and its impact on the community.