Point Lookout State Park Hotels

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Point Lookout State Park: Between the Potomac and the Chesapeake

I have seen the camp sites, but didn't take any pictures, and have not camped here myself. It is too near home for us to want to do that.

Camping - There are 143 wooded campsites available; 26 of these have full hook-ups. 27 of these have electric. There also six four-person camper/cabins available for overnight stays. No pets, smoking, or cooking are permitted inside the cabins. A fire ring is provided for cooking. Check in time is 3 p.m., checkout is at noon..

The rangers run camp fire programs, there is a camp store, and a dump station,

One campsite for youth groups is also available; reservations are required for the youth group site by calling the park.

Family camping opens 3/24/2005; family camping not available after 10/31/2005

Youth group camping opens 3/24/2005; youth group camping not available after 10/31/2005

Full service cabins open 3/24/2005; full service cabins not available after 10/31/2005

Camper cabins open 3/24/2005; camper cabins not available after 10/31/2005

# Campsites: $25/night

# Campsites with electric: $30/night

# Campsites with water, sewer and electric: $35

# Special Campsites: double campsites accommodating 12 guests range from $40-$45/night

# Camper cabins: $50/night

# Full service cabin: $80/night

# Shelter: $100/day (100 capacity)

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Camping, Fishing, Budget Travel
  • Written June 27, 2005
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