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Old 02-02-2006, 12:36 PM   #1
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Has anyone stayed at or heard about Cherry Hill Rv park in College Park, MD. Looking to go that way in Sept.
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Old 02-02-2006, 12:36 PM   #2
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Has anyone stayed at or heard about Cherry Hill Rv park in College Park, MD. Looking to go that way in Sept.
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Old 02-02-2006, 12:54 PM   #3
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I live about an hour or so south of there. haven't stayed there but I know it's popular. Drove by and saw some of the campground, I would stay there if I was from out of town. A little $$$ but what isn't around here. For DC sightseeing it's a good choice IMHO.
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:38 PM   #4
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Cherry Hill may be a very nice park, but it costs between $40 and $50 a night. If you want to save some cash, try Travel Trailer Village in Dumfries, VA. Full hook-ups for around $26 a night. It's about 30 miles south of DC and 15 miles from the Subway. It's right off of I-95 and is a very nice quiet park. A great place if you're visiting the DC area. The park is in Prince William Forest and is a concession with the National Park Service.
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Old 02-02-2006, 08:17 PM   #5
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linway, Cherry Hill RV Park a very nice rv park. Ed.S
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Old 02-03-2006, 03:50 AM   #6
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It seems as though Cherry Hill Park is the most asked about campground on this forum, with good reason of course. Do a search on Cherry Hill and I am sure you will find lots of opinions. My opinion is that it is very convenient to get into the city.
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My wife and I stayed there this past May. Yes, it is a little pricy but very convenient. The city bus stops right inside the park and you ride to train station for your trip in DC. They sell the tickets at the office and give you complete instructions to what bus, what train # to ride on. They have all the normal stuff a good park has with one feature I had never heard of. They will walk your dog for $5 while you are gone if your would like. This surprised me even thou I did not use the service.
I would stay there again to avoid the hassel of driving and parking in Washington. Well worth the money. Very friendly staff and well stocked store including a good selection of RV supplies. Nope, I am not a salesman.
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Old 02-14-2006, 10:12 AM   #8
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The jury is in! The verdict is: Cherry Hill PV Park is where we will stay. Thanx to all of you for your input.
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Does anyone have a decent site layout map of Cherry Hill Park that they would be willing to share?? The site layout map on their website is so small it is not legible.

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Call their 800 number and get them to email the map to you?
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Cherry Hill rocks and is one of our favorites with the kids, planyground is nice, pool is clean, sites are clean. FYI; If you want a premium site you can reserve one, otherwise you pick when you get there
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Cherry Hill is the only place we head when in the area. Be glad they haven't sold out and converted to a golf course or condo. At the price of land in the area it is well worth the price to be so close and convenient to the city.
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