Greenbelt Park National Forest | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
43.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
1-877-444-6777
Contributor:
dumone

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

Camping fee is 20$
10$ America the Beautiful Senior Pass /Golden Age passholder and aGolden Access/Golden Pass holder
Reservation required. Recreation.gov or 1-877-444-6777

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Nice campsite in the middle of an urban area but still will lots of trees and hiking trails. There is a hiking trail from the campsite to the metro that will take you into Washington DC. Only complaint no soap in the bathrooms. This campsite fills up quickly so reserve before you get there (Reserve América). With a pass we paid $10 a night ( no hookups )

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Price is reasonable for $20 and has (hot) shower). Quite a hike to the closest subway station by foot though. If you have a tall vehicle you might be ahead driving up yo greenbelt station to park and ride into town. (College station is a parking garage, Greenbelt is flat open parking lot). The bathrooms aren't the best condition. (stayed in B loop). Only one of them has a shower. Primitive camping. Picnic tables, fire rings (very very tall). Water available. No electricity. It's in the middle of a big city so expect traffic noise, frequent low flying helicopters, and sirens at random times. Overall not a great experience, but where else can you stay around here?

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Campground was nice and we would stay again. Showers were nice and hot! Price is $20 or $10 with annual NPS pass.

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Open again, still $20 a night. No electricity. $28 Uber ride to Capital Mall.

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was closed in Nov 2019 but should reopen soon. be sure to check the parks website online first

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Clean, Rangers were friendly, online reservation only. 20$ for the night on a tent no electricity, hot showers included, firepit and table at each sites.

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Great state Park ! To visit Washington, you can sleep there, then park on a street in the city. The ranger was so Nice : he found us a spot, althought it was fullybooked and for free ! So we decide to stay another night. No shower.

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Nice campground close to 95: $20 with no service. Some sites have services .

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Great location for inexpensive stay in the Washington area, took the metro in. We stayed during the fall and there were very few people there. We reserved by phone.

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$20, spent one night here to get a bit of nature between cities. Can still hear all the city noises but had a good sleep. Hot showers and potable water. Pay online.

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Camping rustique mais bon accueil. En effet comptez 40 min de marché jusqu'au métro. Un bus passe près du parking sud du parc mais que toutes les 20 min. Ensuite le métro vous emmène en 25 min près du Mali en descendant à la station Archives. Le ranger nous a prêté des cartes pour le métro qui coûtent normalement 2$ par personnes . Les emplacements sont un peu étroits et les sanitaires poussiéreux mais ça ne coûte que 20$ la nuit.

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We stayed there 2 nights while visiting Washington DC.
Lovely park with loads of trees (so not so good for solar powered batteries).

You can only book online but I would recommend booking once you have found your spot (there’s cell coverage in/out in some places in the park). We went in mid-July and there were plenty of spaces.

20$ per night.

There are hot showers but loads of insects and spiders everywhere.

Most sites are pretty secluded and all have a picnic table. No power nor water at sites - dry camping only.

We stayed in the D loop as it’s the closest to the trail that leads to the street which leads to the metro station to downtown.

We walked to the metro station which takes around 45 minutes. You can also take the bus #F6 which takes you there a little faster. But I would recommend to drive there as there’s plenty of parking. 5$ but totally worth it! (I think it might be free on the weekend) The parking is very sunny as well so you can recharge your solar powered battery!

It cost about 8$ for round trip to downtown by metro.

Overall, great place to stay near Washington DC.

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Hot showers and wc
20$ / night with camper to pay in the box
From 03/15/2018 : booking and payment online mandatory.

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20$ per night for RV. No hook-up but dump station. No Wi-Fi. Hot showers. 45 minutes walking to metro with children near big roads , and then 30 minutes train to the mail. Campground noisy day and night (highway, airport). But the best solution we found to visit Washington.

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usual US campground with shower.
2 miles from the metro station, 30mn from Washington
16Usd per night
if all places reserved ask the camp host, he will find you a place
very nice

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Camping fee is 16$
8$ America the Beautiful Senior Pass /Golden Age passholder and aGolden Access/Golden Pass holder
Reservation by 1-877-444-6777 or by web

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