October 7, 2018 - reviewed by Retro Traveler
Noise from Hwy 15 is robust. But site 15 is the closest to a nice tumbling creek for natural ambiance. Also has electric.
June 21, 2018 - reviewed by Shirley
Manor House Campground
Nice sites. Shady More expensive than most state parks. Hard to determine where to register after peak season. Quiet. Enjoyed my stay
October 15, 2017 - reviewed by Joe T
Regular Camper For 26 Years
Like other Maryland state parks, during summer season the park allows on line reservations. Problem here is many who make reservations dont show up and theres no consequences for not showing. Those sites sit reserved but empty and campers are turned away. Its a horrible sysyem. Have a plan B. On the plus side, its a great place in the fall and early winter to camp and hunt. Its first come first serve after labor day. IF you head to any Maryland state parks during peak months without a reservation be prepared to stay somewhere else...
August 4, 2017 - reviewed by William T
Cliff Trail To Falls For Exercise Only
I was advised to take the Cliff trail rather than the more direct trail on the valley floor to the falls. The Cliff trail was a lot of up and down for average Forrest views. Many families were enjoying the two beaches across the lake from each other. Kayaks & Canoes available. The Manor Campground had a separate park entrance 3 miles down the highway from the lake & falls.
June 3, 2017 - reviewed by Michael Kentch
This campground area is right off Rt. 15 and therefore gets some traffic noise. It's not objectionable, but something you should be aware of when staying here. Other than that it is fairly quiet. It is about four miles from the main area of Cunningham Falls, that has the small man made lake with beaches and boating areas. All in all, not a bad area to stay if you don't mind being a little way away from the main recreational area, but if we return we would definitely look at the Houck area for a more remote experience.