“the history of our Nation's capital + the beauty of nature”
Whether you're looking for a peaceful weekend in the country or an exciting, action-packed visit to Washington, D.C., and Chesapeake Bay, this KOA is the perfect choice. Take the KOA shuttle service to downtown Washington D.C. where you can pick up a guided tour of our nation's capitol. Also, take the shuttle service to Baltimore Inner Harbour or the state capitol and home of the Navel Academy at Annapolis, MD. Set on 50 acres of rolling countryside, this KOA includes RV and tent sites, group areas, Kamping Kabins and Lodges. Enjoy the outdoor pool with lifeguard, outdoor billiards and ping-pong. Summers buzz with activities such as flashlight lollipop hunts, outdoor movies, poolside ice cream socials and more. Stop at the camp gift shop for cool stuff. KOA's friendly staff will help you make great vacation memories.
Don't go to Capitol KOA DC unless you're desperate to pay ridiculously expensive fees (on par with Hilton Hotels) for cold showers, steep sloping sites that you can't get level, lots of mosquitos, belligerent aggressive staff, fines for bringing your own firewood, interesting 'rule enforcement' processes. Not to mention the noise of the freeway next door and some of the typical cliental that insist on bringing their own blaring music to completely drown out the noise of the last remaining bird left in DC in the mosquito forest bordering the campground where the effluent overflow seems to slowly ooze out through…kind of like an environmentalists campaign paradise! You will be very thankful for all the other RV parks you visited that were great because if this was your first RV park, it would definitely be your last!!! When I pulled out of this dump a song came to mind…"no, no, never going back..na na na, yeah yeah yeah"
I love staying at KOA's when traveling, and I have stayed at many, however this was not the best stay. I have 2 teen daughters and they set up a small tent on the RV site that we were assigned, because we also were traveling with a toddler, that was sleeping in the camper. We were told that tents were not aloud on the RV sites, and that we had to take it down. I have never had that problem at any other of the over 20 KOA's and other assorted campgrounds around the country, that I have stayed at. Also, as I was reading the reviews of this Campground, I never saw an apology from the campground, it is always the campers fault, the campers are wrong. The campground was lovely, nice amnesties, and great staff, however the Management could use a bit of customer service lessons, and compassion.
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