8 Parks near Crisfield, Maryland
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Rate includes the booking fee. Nice park with nicely separated sites. typical pine forest seashore campground. Not friendly to really big rigs as roads are tight. we were OK with a 35' with tow but have to hit some corners just right to make it and ended up disconnecting part way in. All sites are back in. Bath house was in good shape. Water points were in the center of the loop and a bit inconvenient. Dump station is a tight fit for a big rig and we chose wait until the next park. Nature Center is great for kids and adults. Kayaking is a must here as the "land side" where the campground is just the tip of the park. Most is only accessible by boat and human powered versions are better than motors. Canal that separates the land side form the island side can be busy with boats and jet skis but not a bother. Green spotted flies were beastly. Season runs June-July and we were in the middle of it. They were well controlled in the campground but lay in wait for you when you tried to walk the roads or trails. DEET is a must. Once Green flies are done then apparently mosquitoes start up in Aug-Sep so come prepared. No bug issues out on the water. The town of Crisfield is a couple of minutes away and has all necessary services. - HR52
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Very nice State Park located just outside of Crisfield town proper. Large, wooded spacious sites with electric and water. Easy access dump station. We were only there one night on the way to somewhere else, but we were intrigued by this park and plan to return for a longer stay. You can rent kayaks and explore the kayak trails through and around Janes Island. Or bring your own.
It was quite hot and humid during our stay and the biting flies were out in full force. During night a cold front came through and next morning it was cool and crisp and the flies had gone elsewhere. Bring repellent! - baraff
May 2016 - $30.00
Second trip here. First one in spring. Lots of rain causing standing water in town of Crisfield, not too bad in campground. When sun came out we were inundated with mosquitoes and no-see-ums. Once in a kayak on the water bugs were not bad at all. Breeze kept them down. We will go back just not in late spring. Fishing was good, stripers and speckled trout. Good site facing the water in pet loop. - doghouse traveler
Oct 2015 - $57.00
Pay attention when someone tells you this is a party campground. We stayed here the weekend prior to Halloween and it is a noisy, busy, party place. If you enjoy a nice quiet camping experience this is NOT it.
The campground was actually closed (Nobody in or out) for an hour while there was trick or treating.
If I had it to do over again I would NOT stay here again. If you are looking for a party though, by all means this is your campground.
You can share space (awning to awning) with your neighbors playing loud music with a definite bass beat.
There is a picnic table right next to your neighbor, etc.
The lady was nice when we checked in and greeted us as soon as she put the rest of her cooking in her mouth and proceeded to tell us about her plans for the next two evenings.
After a long drive and just looking for a nice place to relax and enjoy Chincoteague this is not the place to go.
The wifi was TERRIBLE. We rely on it to make reservations and it was slow and kicked us off several times during a reservation confirmation. Verizon coverage is good. - Maraywil
Aug 2015 - $53.00
Tall Pines Harbor Campground is a beautiful campground and the staff were very friendly and helpful. We given an escort to our site upon arrival. Staff also came by during a severe weather alert to notify campers of the impending storm (very good customer service). Although the campground is a little off the beaten path, this campground is very nice and has all the amenities one could ever want at a campground (pool, ocean, basketball, horseshoes, etc...). There are many different type of sites. Shaded, open, tent, ocean front, etc... This campground is able to accommodate all sorts of campers (big rig, trailers, tenters etc...) We had a 30 amp site that was nestled among the tall pine trees. The site had a leveled cement pad with full hook up. The pedestal had sufficient electricity, water pressure, and the sewer was positioned in the middle of the site and easy to get to. Wifi worked well and we were able to get several over the air channels. We would return to this campground if we were in the area. - clw_man
Jul 2015 - $60.00
If you like a party this campground is for you. The campground itself is nice, there is always some activity going on. Too many golf carts going up and down the roads and you can tell some of the drivers are either drunk or have an alcoholic beverage in their hand. Most of the people are nice, some seem cliquish. - Caddy073
Jun 2015 - $37.00
Stayed here for two nights, fri and sat. Bathhouse was clean,sites looked great. Cell service was excellent (Verizon). Had a family movie night which played on the door of their service garage. Store and pool greatly updated, new deck on pool and very distinct landscaping looked excellent. Had a deck over the pond which was great to sit on under their umbrellas. Mini golf a bit dated, but well kept. Paddle boats a blast, especially with the night lighted fountain. A great place to just enjoy with the family and kids, no pressure to do anything but relax. Close to a Walmart and ruby Tuesday's. Staff was courteous and helpful and very friendly. Lot of permanent sites, but everything looked well maintained. Curious recycling area, but at least they are trying. Highly recommend for an actual relaxing campground me stay. - DeuceNiner
Aug 2014 - $38.00
This is a nice campground off of Highway 13. The full hook-up pull-through sites are long and pretty level with gravel and grass. The TV antenna picks up 3 channels which was enough for us. The lake is right next to the sites, with lots of wild geese. The restrooms are older, but clean. The pool is very nice. The staff are very friendly. The Wi-Fi was not working for our 1 night stay, but my MiFi did, so it was not an issue. I gave it a 9 instead of 10, since they had no cable. Would definitely stay here again. - rvjubilee
Aug 2011 - $38.00
Close to highway, some road noise. Roads are paved, sites are tight, but level and big rigs may find them short. Park has many sites with rigs set up permanently for weekend and vacation use. Few people there during week. Power, water and cell (AT&T) was good. We would recommend this park. - kmgulf
Jun 2015 - $50.00
Quiet park. There isn't much around - nice casual restaurant with outdoor seating down the street but that's about it. Roads are very bicycle friendly. Site 21 was a grassy, shaded site but a little tight if you have a canopy and a slide. Bathrooms were clean but dated. Camp store hours are rather limited. No cable or Wi-Fi, so I thought the price was a little high. Was rather annoyed that the guys cutting the grass and weed whacking felt the need to do our site while we were packing up to leave and couldn't wait until we were done. There were many empty sites that they could have done first, and it was still an hour before checkout time. The beach and the water are great and the sunsets are beautiful! - Bonnie66
May 2014 - $40.00
This park is secluded but nice and easy to get to. The roads are dirt and the back-in sites are grass and large enough for slides and awnings. The FHU sites near the entrance are 30 Amps and the voltage was so low that we couldn't run the A/C and water heater at the same time. The water pressure was good but the sewer hookup is on the wrong side and we had to run the hose under the motorhome. There is no Wi-Fi and no cable but we were able to pickup a few OTA channels. Our Verizon hotspot worked well. The host and maintenance personnel are very friendly. We would stay here again. - dandg
Jun 2008 - $45.00
It's mostly a no frill camping park. There is a playground for the kids and also a bit of a game room. But the best part is the water, of course. It's by the mouth of the Nanticoke River and the Tangier Sound. If you love the water, you love this campground. It's mostly for permanent campers but the best lots are open and by the water. Bring your bug spray, though, and have good screens. The insects can be tough to deal with. - Marian Van den Meydenberg
Oct 2009 - $1.00
Very nice well maintained TT park. Large spacious flat sites. Shady with lots of trees. Wi-Fi is super here. Best of all the TT parks I've stayed at. TV is a problem if you don't have a satellite dish. If you have trouble getting any stations, rotate your antenna 180 degrees and re-scan. Putting the mast on the opposite side of the trailer helped, but still only can get one major station. Got 14 other public TV stations. All in all though, it's not a deal breaker. Nice views if you want river front, or lake front. Huge Olympic size pool for summer. - diamondg
Jul 2008 - $10.00
We stayed here as a member of C2C. We felt uncomfortable here. There are mostly permanents and most of the trailers are rundown. We only saw a few traveling type RVs in the park. There were security forces patrolling (which is good). However, one of them mentioned to us that there has been a lot of theft by residents. The hookups are not good. The electric and water are on the passenger side way to the front of the lot; the sewer is on the driver way to the back. We just did not have enough extensions on the sewer to connect to that. We have no idea what the planners of the park had in mind when they designed this park. The streets are not paved and there is lots of dust. There is a nice large picnic table. The security guard said they have the second largest pool in the county and we verify that it was huge. We booked this park so we could explore the Assateague/Chincoteague area. We hope to be gone all day so we won't have to look at the dismal surroundings. - Kay Pihl
Apr 2008 - $10.00
We camped here using Coast to Coast. Sites were back-in and they need some work to trim away branches. They don't look like they have been worked on. You have to work to get level. It was quiet and the staff is very friendly. It is a membership park and most spots are seasonal. Nice short drive to Chincoteague. Not a destination spot but it's ok for a night or two. - revolution1
Aug 2016 - $31.00
Milburn Landing is a nice little part of Pocomoke State Park. Showers and restrooms are new and were cleaned daily. Brand new wash sink for dishes with garbage disposal. Rangers drive through a couple times of day, but campground is self registration when you arrive. Some sites with electric, but water is not at sites. There are a few spickets throughout the campground, but plan on filling holding tank on way in. There is a spicket by dumpsters. There is a boat ramp near by and also a location to put in kayaks and canoes. Playground and pavilions are located in area. Pool is located in the Shad Landing area. Cell phone use was fine, never tried over the air tv. Firewood is for sale at office for $5. Stores are located on RT13 about 15 minute ride. Will definitely be back. - acenorm
Apr 2009 - $25.00
This state park is in a beautiful setting next to the Pocomoke River. Four of the sites are small cabins that have a bed, a bunk bed and a table and chairs. The sites are quite level and the area is heavily wooded. DirecTV reception was not possible from our site. Cell phone service is good. A free launch ramp for boats is nearby. There are a couple of playgrounds for kids, plus a pavilion which can be reserved for large group activities. - Wye River Rat
Jun 2007 - $25.00
Very pleasant place to visit. Its a little off the beaten path but thats what makes it so special to us. it's also very close to home and allows pets. All in all a nice place to camp. - FREEDOMRULES3
Jul 2016 - $90.00
Nasty! Pool was cloudy, cabin disgusting, multiple water leaks in cabin, sewer leak by cabin. Was suppose to have a free hay ride: never happened. Had a root beer float party (charged $2). Ice cream was gummy: it was in a large bucket that had thawed and frozen several times. After they gave it to you, then they said it was $2. This was in high season and there were only 2 or 3 other families at this dump. - Joanne62
May 2016 - $70.00
We only stayed so I can show up to a test site very early in the AM, but was told it was a two night minimum for the cabins. It was chilly, about 40 degrees. Something made me ask upon check in if the cabins had heat and we were told no but they had portable heaters we could borrow. Since we stayed in a two room cabin, we requested a second heater and was told "We can't let you use two for free." So we opted out of the second one. We were handed our key and was told it isn't hard to find, so we continued down a very overgrown drive way to find the place was deserted. We were the only ones staying here that night. When we entered our cabin the floors were dirty, the mattress pads had hair on them, and the lighting was very poor. We took a trip to the restrooms to find strange holes in the walls, poop smeared in the toilet seat, the feminine hygiene container full and it smelled terrible. There was a swim diaper that was hanging out of the pail that smelled horrible. This was May and I am sure the pool hasn't been opened all season as the pool was empty. When I went to ask the man at the front desk, for soap in the bathrooms and to ask for them to be cleaned, he quickly said he just cleaned them. He returned to do a full cleaning of the bathroom and made it a point to tell us he filled the soap. We went to bed and got up early to an empty campsite again. NO ONE ELSE was here! When we returned from testing, I went to see the same front desk man about a table cloth. He went to the back of the store and said he had one left. It would be $2.75 with tax. I asked him to turn some lights on in the store to make me feel more comfortable. He had no lights on. He then asked me if I was taking an EMS instructor course. I thought that to be very odd since I only asked previously how far we were from the High School. After reading some of the reviews I wonder if he had actually been in our cabin while we were out, because I had left my study sheets on the bed. - Skygrl
Sep 2013 - $50.00
The only thing good I can say about this park is that it is close to the point to catch the ferry to Tangier Island. The fee of $50/night was way too much for the condition of the campground, and this was off-season! The manager, owner, was semi-friendly. We had two friends coming to visit for 2-3 hours. I was flabbergasted when they wanted $7/person. I understand if they were staying overnight, but for a couple of hours!! I would not recommend this park to anyone. - vmi1962
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is a Maryland State Park, we camped in the Shad Landing area. The sites are large, they were clean. The bath house is typical for MD parks, cobwebs, kind of dirty, serviced maybe once a day, you get what you pay for. Thirty amp power was good. No water or sewer, plenty of locations to fill your water tank along the loop, only one dump station which was tight to get into. The park itself was very nice, great kayaking, ride bikes, etc. There is a large swimming pool, however we did not use it. This park is nicely located between Chincoteague and Assateague National Parks, both are awesome. We camped in a 5th wheel. - SteveandAnn
Oct 2015 - $34.00
Another great long weekend here at the Shad Landing (Acorn Loop) side of the park. We stayed in site 24 (I would also stay in site 7 in the future), this site provides lots of privacy and a nature trail that exits from right from the camp site. 30/20 Amp electric only with multiple water spigots around the loop. The bath house is centrally located to each loop so not a far walk if you need to use it. Small camp store with ice and firewood are available. Kayak rentals for paddling along the beautiful Pocomoke River. This is the pet friendly loop so keep that in mind if you do or do not have dogs. Also make reservations, we were here in mid October and every site was reserved for the weekend. Good amount of hiking /walking within the park. Snow Hill is very close but lacks a larger grocery store. A 8 mile drive to Pocomoke City or Salisbury is less then 30 min away. If they also had water hookups this would be a 10. - bug512
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Large sites, very private. Nice little store\office friendly people. Typical Maryland State park. Electronically c hook up but not water. Have to run on fresh water tank in trailer. Very nice boat and kayak launch area. The water trail was terrific. Lots of birds including several kinds of herons, hacks many turtles. Decent fishing, caught several large mouth bass. - doghouse traveler