1 Park near Crisfield, Maryland
Oct 2015 - $34.00
Large sites lots of room between the sites. Electric hookup no water hookup. Boat launch and marina. Lots of kayak/canoe trails. Easy bike 15 minute bike ride into Crisfield. Town has large number of seafood restaurants. Bulkhead in Jane's Island State Park is Maryland free fishing zone, no license required. Boathouse in pet area was recently renovated and is very nice. - doghouse traveler
Aug 2015 - $27.00
My favorite state park in Maryland. Waterfront is beautiful. Best feature is the grassy waterfront where you can fish, play and relax next to the water. Not a swimming park unless you have a boat to actually cruise to Janes Island! Was told the bugs would eat us alive. Nope! Not bad at all. - Camper Steve
May 2015 - $17.00
Janes Island State Park, Crisfield, MD - April 30, 2015 with electric hookups and a Maryland Senior Pass (50% off) for Sunday to Thursday camping the cost was around $17.
This campground is on the Daugherty Creek Canal leading to the Chesapeake Bay in southern MD. Our site was right on the canal in the electric loop where we watched the birds, boats and sunsets. There are three loops some with or without electric and specific pet loops for a total of 104 campsites. It was beautiful set under tall trees and the sites are well taken care of with fire pits and brand new picnic tables. There is a marina with boat slips, and over thirty miles of six color-coded canoe/kayak trails of the Janes Island Water Trail, where one can stop at some sandy beaches. Boaters can find excellent crabbing and fishing opportunities - license needed. The park also has cabins to rent some open year round. There is also a picnic area, playground area, ball field and volleyball court. Environmental education programs are year round and take place at the nature center. We never have camped here before and we loved it. The girl at check in was very pleasant and the rangers patrolled often during the day and night. The bathrooms were very clean and the showers hot. Great place to camp! - gsnakehill