The park has 250 campsites, 4 youth group sites, 6 four-person mini cabins, 4 six-person camper cabins, and 8 rustic cabins. The park store will be staffed on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Firewood will still be sold.
All campsites are equipped with a fire ring with grill on top, picnic table, and a lantern post. Each camping loop has a central bathhouse with hot running water for showers.
New Generator Policy Effective January 1, 2017: The operation of generators is prohibited during the established quiet hours (10 p.m. to 7 a.m.).
At times outside of quiet hours, all aspects of their operation must conform to standards designed to prevent disturbing other visitors and to preserve the peace and tranquility of the park environment, to include COMAR 08.07.06.20(F). For more information, please contact Elk Neck State Park at 410-287-5333.
To make a reservation, call 1-888-432-2267 or visit parkreservations.maryland.gov.
Follow Route 272 South, 1/4 mile past Park Headquarters, turn left onto Campground Road, into the Elk River Area, across from the North East Beach entrance.
Click here for an enlarged Campground Map.
Each campsite has a fire ring with grill, picnic table, and lantern post. Each camp loop has a central bathhouse with hot running water and showers. Listed below are the base prices per night for each of the park's camping loops.
*In addition to this base price, non-Maryland residents will be charged an additional $1 fee per night. Weekend and Holiday nights will also cost an additional $1 fee per night. A one-time $6.25 transaction fee is charged per stay. Fees are subject to change without notice.
To learn more about Youth Group camping and the required Youth Group pass, please visit: https://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/youthgroup.aspx.
The park has two different kinds of camper cabins: four-person and six-person.
Visitors must pay the standard day-use charge and must exit the campground by 10 p.m.
Learn more about the natural and cultural history of Elk Neck by visiting the park's Nature Center (open hours vary, call the park for details). See live animals, local history displays, and hands-on activities for all ages. Naturalists offer programs during the spring, summer and fall including Canoe Adventures, Campfire Programs, Reptile Shows, and Guided Hikes. For upcoming events, check the park bulletin boards or the online calendar for dates and times.
Pets on leashes are welcome in the camping loops located along Stony Point Road: Choptank, Elk, Miles, North East, Susquehanna, and Wye.
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