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Old 01-15-2008, 03:51 PM   #1
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Did a search,came up empty.I need a campground as close to camden yards as possible.I looked into the koa,but still about 20 miles away.
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Did a search,came up empty.I need a campground as close to camden yards as possible.I looked into the koa,but still about 20 miles away.
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Frankie,

As far as I know there is nothing in the Baltimore area. Your best bet for easy access to Camden Yards is the KOA in Millersville. It's right of I-97, and about a 20 minute drive in good conditions.

Gunpowder falls state park may be a little closer mileage-wise, but you wouldn't want to be anywhere near those roads during rush hour (or anywhere north of Camden, for that matter).

Don't think of blacktop boondocking in or around Baltimore; way too dangerous.

Have fun!
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Thanks for reply. We have hotel rezervations,we got a red sox package as a gift.We would prefer staying in MH.My other issue would be parking the toad if we stay at the KOA. I checked for parking passes through the Yards and they are sold out.Do you know of good parking nearby?
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There's camping w/electric at Patapsco Valley State Park off of US-40 W near Ellicott City. I can't tell you anything more than that, though, as I've never camped there.
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There is parking everywhere, but it will run $20 per game and you need to get there early if you don't want to walk far.

Many of the nearby hotels offer daily parking. Try the Days Inn, Sheraton, and the Harbor Court. They are still a walk, like everything downtown.

Make sure you visit Fell's Point for Bertha's Mussels and the Broadway Market. The point is a pretty happening spot on the Weekend. If you don't want to drive over there, the Power Plant and Baltimore Aquarium are about one mile from the Yards.

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Thanks Amy and Frank. Looks great.I dont mind paying , just hate walking.We plan on seeing the sights all day sat then hit the game.
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...And, if you like trains, no trip to Baltimore is complete without a visit to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum.

My grandfather worked at a furniture store called Sindlers that was located just up the street from the Broadway Market. I remember, the market being more of an "open air" kind of place than what it is today. The soft-shell crab sandwiches were delicious.
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