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Old 09-22-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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We just spent 8 nights at Cherry Hill Park in College Park, MD. A great place to stay while you are visiting the DC area.
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Old 09-22-2015, 03:26 PM   #2
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Will be staying 3 nights week of the 5th(Oct). Looking forward to it. Many good reviews on it. Wife has never been to DC.
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If you don't mind drycamping then consider Greenbelt National Park. It 16 a night, half off with your seniors pass. You can drive around the corner to the metro. We live it and use it at least once a year when visiting our kids in Chevy Chase
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Bull Run is an excellent alternative. Check it out
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Cherry Hill Park is great. Stay there frequently since my daughter lives in DC. Very convenient for sightseeing in DC via bus/metro.
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If you don't mind drycamping then consider Greenbelt National Park. It 16 a night, half off with your seniors pass. You can drive around the corner to the metro. We live it and use it at least once a year when visiting our kids in Chevy Chase
Have done this one several times and will do it again this coming summer. Only draw back was one year wood ticks were really bad. As far as the park it seems hard to believe there is such a nice remote feeling park so very close to the capitol.
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We use spring and fall so haven't had a tick issue
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Will be staying 3 nights week of the 5th(Oct). Looking forward to it. Many good reviews on it. Wife has never been to DC.
Check the weather. Appears Joaquin is moving straight up the Chesapeake into DC.
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Great park. Just ask to not be placed backed up to the freeway. If so, you won't need an alarm clock to wake you up every morning. Great food at their restaurant also.
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Their free breakfast waffles are pretty good too. We stayed there some 5 days in August.
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