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The State of Maryland welcomes you to explore the beauty and wonder of this exceptional state, known as America in Miniature. From the mountains to the ocean, and everywhere in between, Maryland and its residents welcome you. Whether you choose to sit quietly beside a sparkling mountain stream or prefer the air-conditioned comfort of your luxury RV, Maryland has what you’ve been looking for.
Rules of the Road: 

Whether your Maryland camping vacations take you through historic Annapolis, across the Francis Scott Key Bridge to Baltimore or through the countryside to Antietam National Battlefield, it’s always a good idea to be aware of the rules of the road. Click on the links provided below for answers to your Maryland road travel questions.

Towing and RV Road Rules

Child Safety Seat Laws

Cell Phone Laws

Maryland Road Construction

Travelers Tip: Interstates ending in odd numbers run north and south. Even numbered interstates run east and west. Most Maryland interstates use a mile-marker exit numbering system, where the exit numbers correspond to the nearest milepost - running south to north and west to east determined by the distance from the state line.

Rest stops can be found along Maryland’s roads and typically offer picnic areas, restrooms, travel and map information, vending machines, pet walks, pay phones and occasionally an RV dump station. Wi-fi internet services at rest stops are becoming more common. Click here to learn about Maryland’s rest stops.

When planning your route be sure to explore the campgrounds and RV parks in Find a Park – our online camping directory. Go Camping America helps make your travels safe and memorable.

Tourist Attractions: 

Ocean City

A year-round resort on Waryland’s Eastern Shore that boasts a 10-mile beachfront, a three-mile boardwalk and an endless number of eateries and shops – some dating back to the 1920’s.

Annapolis                                                                                                                                                                           Maryland’s State Capital, is located on the banks of the Severn River, which flows into the Chesapeake Bay.  Known as “America’s Sailing Capital.”  It’s also home to he US Naval Academy and has more 18 century buildings still in use than any other US city.

Inner Harbor Baltimore

A stroll around Baltimore’s world-famous Inner Harbor or a visit to one of the city’s assortment of wthich neighborhoods will immediately show you why Baltimore – the city by the Bay – is known as Charm City.  Home to Raven football and Orioles baseball.

National Aquarium - Baltimore

One of Maryland’s leading tourist attractions.  You can observe more than 10,000 creatures in this 7 story aquarium.  A must see is the dolphin show.

Anteitam National Battlefield-Sharpsburgh

Where Confederate general Robert E. Lee made his fisrt push into the Northern territories in 1862 and where his troops confronted the Union soldiers

Maryland Science Center and Davis Planetarium-Baltimore, MD

With three floors and hundreds of interactive exhibits and hands-on displays to keep children and adults entertained for hours.

Deep Creek Lake-Garrett County

With 65 miles of shoreline, Deep Creek Lake is Maryland’s largest freshwater lake.  You will have plenty of choices at this four-season resort area: fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, biking and golf amoung them.

Six Flags America-Largo

Thrilling theme/water park featyring more than 100 rides, shows and attractions, headlined by the new constantly spinning Penguin’s Blizzard River raft ride and eight exciting coasters.

Calvert Cliffs State Park-Lusby, MD

The park’s renowned cliffs which dominate 30 miles of Chesapeake shoreline is a treasure trove of 600 known species of fossils.

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum- St. Michael’s

Explore 1879 Hooper Strait Lighthouse, working boatyard, meet traditional craftsmen, enjoy hands-on activities and discover exhibits detailing the Bay’s role throughout history.


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