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9 RV Parks near Flintstone, Maryland
Sep 2018 - $13.00
We stayed here in a 28' travel trailer at site #A19. This was a very long site with plenty of room for us and well shaded (appreciated during this hot spell). We had verizon service with 4G and 4 bars. There were 5 channels of OTA TV. This site is right next to a water spigot, so if you had a long hose (100') you could fill from the site. All of the sites were spacious with good separation between sites. I think there were only 3 sites (out of 30 in the electric loop - Aspen) that weren't great and even those would be perfectly acceptable. The sites are within walking distance of the lake and the trail that circles it (about 5 miles if you complete the whole loop). There is a golf course and casino on the property for those who enjoy that sort of thing. The restaurants at the casino looked good, but we didn't try them out. The facility is only 8 miles from Cumberland, MD, so plenty of places to pick up things you may have forgotten and places to eat. This has been our favorite campground this year and we will try to make it back one more time before winter. - Capt Gerry
Oct 2017 - $14.00
Sites were well spaced. Our site was on the outside loop which had lots of trees and low brush between most sites. A lot of the sites on the inside of the loop went back further into the trees and were very private, not at all visible to the bath house, which will be my choice on my next visit. The drive thru sites 11 and 13 were excellent. This is the only electric loop, which also allows pets, but I noticed a lot of owners did not follow the rules of pets on a leash at all times. Lots of wooded paths leading to the bath house from the inside sites. We could hear road noise, because our site was backed up to the woods and main entrance for incoming and outgoing vehicles to the camping loops, but the noise was not that bad. Rocky Gap seems to be more wooded than a lot of the other Md State Parks. Rocky Gap is a nice state park, rangers patrol on a regular basis. We will be going again next year. - Teardrop TAB320S owner
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Very friendly helpful check in guy. We were overnighting. Loop A is the only area with electricity, and our back in wood beam bordered site was level with good gravel, picnic table and lantern poles. Other A sites were not as level and some needed trimming back of tree branches that would seriously scrape backing in motorhomes. A very nice clean bathhouse with hot showers. Did not visit the other loops or the other park facilities. Fee was $29 plus a mandatory $6.25 transaction fee. - 210jem
Aug 2018 - $48.00
This would be an ideal campground EXCEPT for the risk posed by an avoidable hazard. They know bears (plural) get into their dumpsters, but make no effort to enclose or lock them, and don't warn campers to avoid those areas at night. In fact, she chuckled and responded nonchalantly when told about our encounter. Other than that, it's a lovely, quiet campground with clean facilities, nice gravel roads and pads, and spacious sites. Just keep your kids and pets inside after dusk. And feel sorry for the bears, which will probably have to be destroyed after they become too habituated or, heaven forbid, hurt someone.
Follow directions on website, because GPS may lead you to Rice Rd. which is completely inappropriate for RVs. - Keeping up with the Joneses
May 2018 - $41.00
Stayed overnight due to heavy rain in the area. Site was long,level of compacted gravel. New owners are making nice improvement. Would stay again - maineman
Jul 2016 - $43.00
We stay here every year for a family reunion. It's secluded but close enough to Rocky Cap Casino and the city of Cumberland, MD. New owners have taken over this year and we already noticed improvements as soon as we drove in. They are campers themselves and are living onsite. I am looking forward to our next visit to see the changes. - jltreadwell
Sites: 12 | 0 Reviews
May 2015 - $40.00
This campground is far off the beaten path. The drive is 5 miles down a narrow and winding road. The campground is clean and is mostly used by locals who keep a seasonal trailer there. We stayed in a 25' travel trailer and I can't imagine anything larger negotiating the drive or the campground. But if you are passing thru and want to get off the beaten path, this is the place for you. It was wooded and quiet. - sara158
Jun 2011 - $35.00
We stayed here from Thursday to Sunday. The sites were wide and clean in the woods. The staff was great from check in to check out. We will come back. - southerncreed57
May 2010 - $35.00
We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. The office staff was very friendly and they had a nice pool and playground, but this place still left much to be desired. This campground has very little sites for transients and most of the 200+ sites are for permanent trailer residents. The sites also have very little privacy and we had to back our trailer in facing the main road loop. There was a lot of traffic noise due to the major road that was located behind our site, and the loud trucks, ATVs, and golf carts cruising the transient loop. Although the two pools and playground afforded some time away from the campsite, there really wasn't much room or privacy to enjoy our site. From crying babies to listening to vehicles drive around all night, you would think they would at least try to enforce the quiet hours. Granted you can't really stop a crying baby but there's a problem when you can see all your neighbors clear as day, camping around you. Unfortunately the only time we saw any staff was upon checking in or when we had to go to the store. By the look of the bathrooms, the staff wasn't around to clean them up as well. They were dirty and had very little privacy in both men and women showers. Communal in the mens and no changing stall for the women. They did have some activities planned for the holiday weekend but when the actually day came, no one was on staff. This meant that the store and pool weren't opened. So the day in which most people enjoy the first weekend of the pool being open: nobody was here to let people use the two pools. Too bad because it would have been nice to take a dip when the temps hit 90 degrees. Overall we tried to make the best of it, but we will not be returning to this campground. PS: The 6 miles it takes to get to this campground off the interstate, is a very curvy and mountainous road. Plan on taking it slow. - jackey_q
Sites: 9 | 0 Reviews
Jul 2008 - $27.00
First time at Milleson's and on the 4th of July weekend. There are lots of lease sites here but the sites around us were very nice people. We stayed riverfront with electric only for 4 nights with 2 other trailers. Bathrooms are old but they try to keep them clean (hard to do on a holiday weekend). The stars were plentiful and the eagle's were soaring overhead. - coper2k
Sep 2006 - $11.00
Passport America park with no restrictions on use of discount. Access road is 3 miles of hilly, winding, wooded gravel road that is sometimes one lane wide. Park is part of a working cattle ranch. Interior roads are rough and need work. Not all sites are numbered, but site map is accurate and easy to follow. The park is about 70% permanent trailer/camper sites. Since it is the end of the season, there aren't many people here during the week. We have been here for 10 days because it is quiet and peaceful. Large shade trees, but our site backs up to an open field. Satellite access is not a problem. We have phone with Verizon and are able to get a signal, but sometimes the signal is not perfect. The water has been unreliable - sometimes clear and sometimes brown. We were told it had a high iron content and was chlorinated. We use bottled water, but campground water is okay for showers. Campground has a laundry that needs updating. the regular sized washers and driers are not working but there is a commercial sized washer and dryer that worked well. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful. We have enjoyed our stay here. - cherlark
Jul 2006 - $15.00
This is our third season camping at Milleson's and we love it. We have a season lease and we try to come every weekend. The management and staff are very helpful and friendly. There are many activities planned for the children. If I were to suggest anything, it would be to schedule a few activities for the adults, like music entertainment, karaoke or such. - csummerlin
Oct 2018 - $45.00
Big rig friendly full hookup 50 amp super long pull through site B309. Sites in B loop are level enough for big rigs. Checkout time 3PM is great for weekenders who want to take advantage of Sunday. Super friendly reservations, you can shorten stay anytime, and they will refund rest of reservation. T-mobile service excellent. From Breezewood, we took 30W all the way to park entrance on the left. Very easy for big rigs too. During off season, dogs can swim at beach, use common sense. - univmd
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Very nice state park campground on gorgeous grounds. Pros: very long pull-thru asphalt sites, mostly open so satellite works, FHU, nice tables and fire rings, lots of space, ATT/Verizon good, lots of woods and space for walking dogs. Cons: sites not completely level -- the grounds are terraced and they slope a bit, but manageable, no wifi. - darwinmoore
May 2018 - $47.00
This was our second visit to this park. The office person told us we were on a different site than I thought. I questioned it a few times but finally went to the site he gave me. Someone else was on it. We called the office and were told that, indeed, he made a mistake. We drove to site 45 hitting numerous branches with our RV. The site (a pull thru) was downhill and so unlevel side to side that we couldn't level up. I called the office a second time. They sent a park ranger to our site. He told us he had other pull thrus we could use. However, he had to charge us an extra $15 for the site because it had sewer. At this point I felt they should have just given us the site at no extra cost. We finally settled in after driving around one-way roads with low hanging branches. The site was ok. No complaints about this one. I don't know that we would come back here again. Its frustrating to have a new RV get scratched from low branches. I realize after driving around the park so many times that most of the sites are not level. - Tammy7
Oct 2016 - $18.00
Site was very large and private, surrounded by beautiful forest. Plenty of room for our pup, TV, pop-up gazebo, and gear. We were right in front of the bath house, which was convenient, but the light was pretty bright at night. We were also the closest site to the loop entrance, so we could hear some traffic along the main park road. Didn't bother us too much, but I imagine it would have been pretty noisy if we'd been there during peak summer season. Camping loop overall was nice and quiet, though; we had two neighbors while we were there, and barely saw nor heard anything from either of them.
This park is absolutely gorgeous. Easily the most beautiful MD State Park we've visited. Everything, from the forest, to trails, to lake, to Meadow Mountain, is a camper/outdoor enthusiast's dream. The fall foliage made everything even more beautiful. Apparently, the park is very popular amongst cross-country skiers in the winter, especially since they have full-service cabins and a warming hut by the lake. I'm not into cold weather at all, but I imagine I would love to spend a day by the lake in the summer time. Said lake area also has a concession stand, boat rentals, swimming beach, rec hall, and nature center, but these were all closed since we were there out of season.
Bath house in our loop was old and small, but kept very clean. I never used the shower, as it was too cold, but it looked adequate. LOTS of spiders, which don't really bother me, but definitely a nightmare for arachnophobes. We drove through the two other, non-pet-friendly loops, which were also beautiful. Sites were spacious and private, just like in our loop, but with the addition of tall pines. Saw mostly tent campers, and a few small TTs. - Jenventola
Jun 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at this park to use the old C&O Rail trail for biking. This trail stretches from Cumberland Maryland to Washington DC about 180 miles long and relatively flat. The trail was nice however we picked one of the hottest day's of the year. The camp sites 30 amp service could not keep both our ACs running and the first day I had to use the on board generator to cool off our RV. The camp sites cell service is very poor and we lost the cable the 2nd night after a storm rolled through. Our site was not very level and entry into the campsite is poor. The road is narrow but not too bad but the road leading into the camp ground is very rough. The pool was OK and this campsite appears to be mainly seasonal sites. I would most likely find another campsite if I return to the area. - Ronheb
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Let me start by saying that the campground itself if beautiful and the staff was accommodating and friendly. However, there seems to be no "quiet time" even after midnight at this campground. We were tenting so we were more sensitive to the noise. There was a very vigorous volleyball game and loud party going on way past midnight. It was very hard to get any rest. Most campgrounds have a quiet time (11 pm or midnight). I realize it was a holiday, but it was excessively loud and made it hard to get any rest. I felt sorry for the people camping closer to the partiers.
The showers were difficult to use (had to pull a string to keep the water flowing) and also the tenting sites were not level. I would not return to this campground without a camper with thick walls!!! - Stacynpaul
Aug 2014 - $38.00
I'm glad that we stayed in our small camper and didn't bring our 39-foot 5th wheel because the sites available to those who are not seasonal campers are small and unlevel, and tree branches are low. I watched one 5th wheel break a small branch off a tree. Be prepared to be out of service for outside communication. Cell service is very poor, and my phone's data service wasn't strong enough to pull in the Internet. The park has Wi-Fi for $3.95/day, but I was not able to connect. One of the seasonals told us that it doesn't work well. They do have cable TV. The speed limit is 5 MPH. Cars were going much faster than that. There's a trail that connects to the Western Maryland Trail about a mile away. Walk your bikes on it! It is full of ruts and rocks and is very muddy if there has been any rain. We took the road to the trail. However, it's a long hilly ride back up to the campground. The store is well stocked, but it is open only until 5. The staff is friendly. Be prepared to pay extra for miniature golf. (We weren't interested in playing it, just mentioning this FYI.) I don't know whether or not there is a charge for the pool. It was not open when were there. They were draining it, I guess for some sort of repair, and the water was running down the road. People there were friendly. It was okay to stay a couple nights so that we could ride our bikes on the trails in the area. However, I would not return. - bhg