November 18, 2018 - reviewed by Zoe
Nice stay and Ranger Doug was helpful and welcoming. Not too far from downtown by Metro.
May 22, 2018 - reviewed by Dominique Smit
Amazing location, the surroundings are so peaceful, lovely trails to walk through the park. Friendly park ranger with some
helpful information. Easy access to the Metro and straight into DC. Men’s showers were good, women’s were not great. Unfortunately no water and electric but there is a drinking water pump and dump station.
Book on government parks website as the staff can’t do it on site.
December 15, 2017 - reviewed by John D.
Deep quiet forest in the middle of suburbia. Great location and price. Lots of open spaces. Toilet and shower facilities were just OK. Watch out for ticks and there is lyme disease. Only a short drive to the end of the train line and station to go to DC and the museums and all the site seeing areas. Six full days of site seeing still wasn't enough. We were there June 2017.
May 15, 2017 - reviewed by Jo Webb
Nature In The Middle Of Suburbia!
Love the beauty, serenity, and peaceful atmosphere this park provides. But love that shopping and cheeseburgers are ONLY minutes away if necessary. The camp hosts are friendly but stay more than a few days and you feel almost harassed to leave with their daily questioning of "now when did you check in because it's seems like you've stayed to long" on our fourth day was a little premature BUT then when we got a notice to vacate because we had overstayed our fourteen day limit on the thirteenth day, we left flat! Half the campground is closed and it's always very empty but I guess the faster you get out the less work for them so they make you feel watched and hurried otherwise I'd give more stars!
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Caroline
ok for the price
at $16 per night, it's ok but for a national park, one expects more
loops have indoor restrooms & showers
sites have pads for your car or rv and a grill