17 RV Parks near Berlin, Maryland
May 2017 - $15.00
Superlative. Our best camping experience ever. The beach, the ocean waves, the horses, the birds. We even saw a seal sunning himself on the sand. We saw horses every day. The sites are very spacious, water and trash close by. Cannot see the ocean but you can hear the surf just over the dunes. We stayed one night on the bay side, where you can see the water, which was shallow and warm. But the bay side is very buggy, you will need repellent. The park rangers were fabulous, very friendly and willing to chat and answer all your questions. The "Pony Patrol" shows up with the horses to keep everyone safe - despite this, people manage to get bitten or kicked by being stupid. So don't be stupid. Also, put your food or anything that will even seem to be food to a horse (soap) away if you leave during the day. We saw two campsites raided by horses because people left things out. - janci
May 2017 - $30.00
We camped on the bayside-Site 13 A loop (generators allowed). No hookups. Large site and not far from the bathrooms. You are not far from the ocean (walking distance) but drive if taking a lot of stuff. Clean large showers (only cold water). Large, clean bathrooms (vault). Lots of mosquitoes but we had a screened in tent we sat in. Horses walked through our campground numerous times. The only bad part was the septic was full when we went to dump on our way out. Had to drive over to the ocean side to dump. - Northernmom
Apr 2017 - $15.00
There are 2 sections to the campground - beach and cove. We chose cove as we travel with a dog and wanted grass for him to run on. Sites are paved and back ins. Some sites overlook the marsh / cove, but there are great views no matter which site you take. The toilets are pit toilets but they were fairly clean. The area is teaming with wildlife - one evening we had 3 deer and 2 horses grazing in the grass behind our rig. Just watch your step because there is poo everywhere. All sites are without services, but there are dump stations on both loops with potable water. - yesmar
Aug 2017 - $23.00
Let me start by saying that I will not hold the park responsible for bad weather (seriously, who would?). That said, loved it. Great bath houses (try an outdoor shower on the back side of the bath house). Nice camp store and concession stand. Good camp hosts, very helpful, stopped by and checked in. Nice touch, movie night for the kids. Would love an electric site next time, but they go fast. Horses stop through the park, prepare for bugs. Never leave without taking in your awning. Dump station, drinking water easily accessible. - monkeypants
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Fantastic state park very close to the beach. The site was perfectly level and clean. The beach is quiet and relaxing. We saw many ponies on the beach and near our campsite which we enjoyed. No Hook-ups, but it didn't matter as we got up early to watch the sun rise. An awesome state park and very friendly staff. - sizzle
May 2017 - $47.00
Stopped on our way north and were not disappointed. We stayed here 2 years ago and were not impressed with the bath house facilities. They have since replaced the old bath house and have very nice bath houses. A herd of 5 horses visited our site in the evening. Verizon and Verizon hot spot worked well. Easy walk to the beach and to the bay side. - PENNY
Jun 2017 - $90.00
Great spacious sites in the main deck area. I don't recommend paradise cove, it's a separate lot, almost looks like they added it on as an afterthought or tried to get more sites and more $$$. Campground has it own private beach, but it is pretty small and was fairly crowded while we were there. We went to Asseteague beach anyway. Tiki Bar was fun. Showers/Bathhouse were NOT what I expect from this resort campground. No hot water for 3 days? Are you kidding? Response from office?? Nothing. No concern, nothing they can do. Crummy customer service. - frogcamp05
Jun 2017 - $125.00
Relative to other top resorts, bath houses were too few and too far away. On top of that, the hot water did not work for 3 days and the showers were not appealing. The beach are was unexpectedly smaller and dumpier than the pictures, the pools were small and crowded. We did not use any of the amenities. Easily the most redneck park we've ever stayed at. Other than that, the location is great. Our site was outstanding with lots of room, fire pit, patio, and away from the crowds. - klinner
Jun 2017 - $85.00
We camped here for 4 days and enjoyed the bark beach for our new pup, and the people beach as well. We did visit the tiki bar with our pup also and found the folks to be friendly and the beverages affordable as opposed to such places that gouge. There were maintenance staff running around everywhere, so I imagine any issue that was experienced was handled quickly. We chose to stay at the Island Oasis for it's location the the beach and tiki bar, and as expected, there was some volume of golf cart and people traffic, but not as bad as I thought it would be, although the golf carts were being driven recklessly at some time. I rate this campground an 8 out of 10 due to sites not having any shade....All out in the open, I prefer some sort of shade tree, the showers were separate units that had a shower curtain instead of a door to enter the stall, then another curtain for the shower of course, pricing is on the higher side. After we left the price jumped to $120.00 per night. I would return, but not a yearly trip due to cost. - Beer Belly
Sep 2017 - $77.00
The park is very clean and some sites are paved. The only problem I have is the non paved site that we where in had no grass so it was very sandy. - andrewa
Jul 2017 - $126.00
An expensive resort with many activities for families. Fun water slides and pool area. Camp store has everything you need and more. Staff was very friendly. We took advantage of the shuttle bus to Ocean City which we enjoyed, but we wish the buses were air conditioned (old school buses) and run more often back and forth. This is a resort campground in a resort area and the price reflects it. - sizzle
May 2017 - $55.00
Let's start off with a very GREAT staff, everyone helpful and friendly. Campground very clean especially with just being the start of the season, grounds well kept and bath houses very clean. I am sure in prime season this is a very busy place with lots of kids, Plenty of things to keep them busy, we would have like to seen a bit better control on kids and golf carts at night as that is when they seemed to not obey rules as much. In season rates are a lot higher but they do include the waterpark and I believe the Western Theme park as well so figure that into the cost when deciding, plus a free shuttle to the beach, so now not paying to park there. This does look to be a great spot for a family vacation with the kids. We will return but mostly in the off season as now our kids camp less but would rather borrow our camper.....and we all know that's not going to happen. - DBLR
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Campground out in the middle of no where. Large lake in the middle of campground for fishing.Large grass sites. Nice pool and store. Convenient to Ocean City ,MD and beaches. - traveling the use
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Love, love, love this campground. It's quiet and we love the fact that you back your camper up to a man-made lake. All the sites are spacious and the owners and employees are very friendly. Can't wait to go back next year. - Caddy073
Aug 2015 - $55.00
Great looking park quiet because it was after schools started so we had our pick of sites. The only thing wrong with this park is that they had two shower and bath houses with just one shower and toilet. If someone was showering or going to the bathroom you would have to wait. The sbath house was about 10 x 15 and quite nice but only one in each location. I would never stay there if it was prime camping time. They seem to assume that everyone showers in their camper. The A/C did not work in the bath house and they had no intention of fixing it and the outside light to the bath houses were disconnected because as they put it Bugs. The bathroom toilet outside of it was never cleaned so do they clean it? A little pricey for what you get. - snoopy216
Sep 2017 - $57.00
Nice park, not too crowded after the holiday. Gnats and mosquitoes due to a lot of rain. Stayed in F section super site. Cable was bad, probably due to water . Wi-fi slow during evening when teens were active. Next site fire ring very close to our Motor home. Glad they didn't use it. Management should be more careful with there placements. There were a few campers nearby with barking dogs that went on for a half an hour before they came out and stopped them by bringing them inside. It was very annoying during dinner time. I guess they didn't want to be bothered by them inside. - DFG391
Jul 2017 - $100.00
We stayed at Fort Whaley Family Campground over the 4th of July holiday week. This is a VERY family friendly campground. Lots of planned events for the week. We camped in a 45 ft motorcoach and stayed in 'F" section. This is a very nice well spaced camping area with concrete pads and picnic tables and each spot has a Fire Ring. Very easy to get over to the beach via Rt. 90 total distance about 15 miles. I would recommend this campground for families or as my wife and I used it a place to sleep and go to the beach each day. - dana salkeld
May 2017 - $34.00
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. It is well maintained and while we were here in early May, the employees were busy spiffing it up for the season. The campground has a nice general store and are putting in a cantina. Their dog park is one of the best I've seen. Lots of things for kids and adults to do. - Our Simple Life
Jul 2017 - $75.00
Checked-in after sunset, there was no pilot car or cart to lead us to the site. Site numbers are not in any particular order either. Took us 20 minutes to locate our site. Front office staff was friendly face-to-face, but extremely rude over the phone to other customers while I was standing in front of the counter. Several fights between teenagers occurred at the playground after dark, an attempted sexual assault also occurred and we were told to stay in our camper by their security. Playground is not monitored, several injuries occurred one the jumping pillow. Teens and toddlers jumping together is not a great idea. - 7ryersons
May 2017 - $70.00
Super Friendly Staff! When we arrived on the Friday before Memorial Day we were greeted by 3 staff members who quickly processed our reservation and gave us directions to our site. When we had minor issues with our original site they quickly bent over backwards to accommodate us. Throughout our stay we have seen the staff and management driving around and they are always friendly. We will be back! - ETCTA
Sep 2016 - $85.00
Waterfront locations are super spacious, silent and peaceful. 24 hour security seen constantly roaming the grounds. Office open 24 hours. Only minutes away from the beach, ocean city, attractions, Bethany beach, Dewey beach, Assateague, etc...
Jet ski and boat rentals right around the corner. Good eats right outside of the grounds
Employees don't nag you while on the grounds. Pet friendly and I didn't have to have my dog leashed.
Amenities include: pool, skate park, bath houses, laundry facility, volleyball.
Grounds are clean. Lots of seasonals but I wouldn't call it a trailer park by a long shot.
Many inlets for docking boats.
There is a trail, but I didn't pay it too much attention to rate it.
Close to grocery store and hardware store.
Not a lot of Mosquitos which could have to do with time of year.
Staff respond quickly to any issues.
A "scheduled" water main repair: the water was shut off for a water main repair without warning to any of the short stays. (This was a scheduled repair).
Known to flood. However, if there's availability else where you'll be accommodated.
Employees tend to cater to the seasonals. But overall aren't rude.
No cable in certain locations. Not even with the cable box you rent from them.
To summarize our stay at Treasure Beach we absolutely loved it. We'd stay here over and over again. - On_my_whey
Jun 2013 - $40.00
My husband and I are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA in a 24' travel trailer. We reserved our 1-night stay online. No clubs, no discounts. The staff is not that friendly. This is an old-seen-better-days park mainly comprised of permanent houses, cabins, trailers, etc. Half are nice and half are dilapidated. The park is on a large pretty bay. We stayed here because we needed to be close to the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. We wouldn't stay here again. - daviescj
Sep 2012 - $40.00
Narrow interior roads paved/gravel with some tight turns. I had to back up cause we couldn't go around one block. Sites grass/dirt. Level with fair spacing, shaded, and VG Verizon coverage. Needed extensions for electric and sewer. Park is quiet and owners very helpful. Primarily seasonal with a few campsites near the front. Not bad as a home base for the beaches of Bethany (about 10 min) and Dewey. Site 272 is fairly good. There is a marina and a very small bay side beach. - FreeWheeler
Jul 2008 - $45.00
This campground is on the bay side of Bethany. It is about 2 miles to Bethany Beach. This campground has no facilities but a really good grocery and hardware store is nearby. There is also a small RV store nearby. The sunsets over the bay are spectacular! - home on wheels
Sep 2017 - $37.00
Very close to ocean, not many amenities . Park needs to be updated. About 25% of sites on the south side were flooded out due to an evening storm. Peoples mats and coolers floating. The whole south side camping needs to be evaluated for drainage problems. Also the need to enforce the dog issues some sites had 4 dogs or more, when you walked passed sounded like a dog pound.
There was a lot of inconsiderate campers parking their cars along camp drives making it tough for people towing to get into their sites. - DFG391
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Lowest priced 50 amp full hookup big rig campground by the beach! Camphosts are not the best, they are nosy, and keep an annoying & ugly portable lamp post by their 5th wheel on all night! Camphosts should be advised to never confront campers, they simply do not have great customer service. - univmd
Jul 2017 - $52.00
Nice campground if you want to camp close to the beach and still have 50 amp full hookups. Stayed in North campground which borders the Indian River Inlet and Coast Guard station. The beach is just a short walk from the sites and most sites have a beautiful view of the waterway. The campground has wide asphalt roads and pads with grass/gravel/sand around and a picnic table. Pads are level, just long enough for my 45 ft MH and easy to back in to and exit. I parked my tow on the grass. There are no trees, WiFi or cable. In the campground is a playground. Along the inlet waterway is a walking path and easy fishing access. - Tom Willing
Aug 2017 - $100.00
The good: Nice location on Rehoboth Bay. There's a boat launch for kayaks, canoes and small row boats. Anything larger and you need to launch down the street. Well stocked liquor store on site with not bad pricing. Nice pool with swim up bar that gets crowded in the afternoon. The bad: You're on the western side of Rehoboth Bay. It takes 35-40 minutes to get to Rehoboth or any of the beaches. We arrived on a Tuesday and the park was 2/3rds full. Very quiet Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Thursday the park filled up to capacity. Not so quiet that night. 12am and small children were still running around thru sites screaming and several people were riding their golf carts around with music blasting. Quiet hours we're supposed to start at 11pm. We stayed in the outside loop in the lagoon deck which wasn't bad. The inside loops flooded after heavy rains and stayed flooded for sometime. Hopefully they regrade them in the off season. - Tjclarke696
Jul 2017 - $70.00
Very large, wide open park. Inches above sea level, with sand soil, so I don't expect it to be ever well treed in the future. But, very nice bush, shrub and flower plantings maintained well everywhere. Pull through sites are paved, separated by back in sites with gravel. They seem to try to leave every other site open to give more room to the occupied ones, unless demand requires they be used. Most sites are close - but ours was huge - room for two tents, and easily could have added 2 10x10 pop-ups too. Asphalt had room for 34' TT, Truck, and two cars! On a large bay, protected from the ocean by barrier islands. Full range of "resort" amenities - nice sand beach. Also a separated dedicated dog beach. Zero depth pool, with swim up bar. On weekends a DJ or live act blasting tunes at the pool. Lots of kid friendly activities. Golf carts for rent. Not needed to get around at all. Hard to walk dogs on roads due to carts, cars and bikes. Lots of "good behavior rules", but no enforcement. WiFi was pretty poor in our area. On site "to-go" restaurant, with delivery to your site. Tiki bar up and running, but not too heavily used. Desk clerks give priority to incoming/outgoing phone calls, so wait to check in can be long. - Flapper
Jul 2017 - $89.00
Wifi was decent until lightning knocked it out. When calling, usually have to leave a voicemail for call back. $30 to checkout late on site is great. 40 minutes from Rehoboth Beach. No more pontoon boat rentals like last year:-( Pool bar drinks are actually kinda weak. Lots of biting horse flies. New beach restaurant/bar is great. $45 all you can eat crabs per person. Expensive compared to DE Seashore State Park. - univmd