11175 Point Lookout Road, Scotland, MD 20687
Located at the tip of St. Mary’s County at the confluence of the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay, Point Lookout served as a watch post during the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. During the Civil War, it served as a Union hospital and a prison camp for captured confederate soldiers. There are 143 wooded campsites available; 26 of these have full hook-ups. 31 of these have electric. One campsite for youth groups is also available; reservations are required for the youth group site by calling the park. The park features three fishing areas available 24 hours, including a 710 foot pier (24 hour operation May 1-November 30). A valid Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing license and appropriate stamps are required. Swimming is available from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty. The beach area has grills, picnic tables, and a playground. Facilities include showers and restrooms. A boat launch facility and fish-cleaning station are available for boaters. Boat rentals and supplies are also available at the camp store. The Civil War Museum/Nature Center is open seasonally. Park open daily dawn to dusk April – October and 10AM to 4PM, November – March. Call for museum hours. Point Lookout occasionally fills to capacity on summer weekends and holiday weekends. During these times you will not be able to enter the park, nor will you be able to drive through the park. You may call 301-872-5688 to check on our visitation volume, however we can make no guarantees that we will not be filled to capacity by the time you arrive.
5th Street and Bay Avenue, North Beach
Phone: 410-257-9618 • 301-855-6681• www.northbeachmd.org
Fishing pier, swimming, boardwalk and transient boat slips.
Route 261 – one half mile south of Chesapeake Beach • Chesapeake Beach 20732
Phone:410-257-2230 • www.chesapeake-beach.md.us
Swimming and hunting for shark’s teeth.
4510 Matoaka Ln. • PO Box 124, St. Leonard
Rustic cabins on Chesapeake Bayfront. Swim, fish, crab, fossil hunt, picnic and birdwatch. Sandy beach. Fossil hunting year round.
This 260-acre park on the Patuxent River offers pastures, woodlands and wetlands including picnic shelters, a boardwalk, fishing pier, launch area for canoes and kayaks, swimming pool, horse ring and a hall for indoor meetings and receptions.
3255 Kings Landing Rd., Huntingtown 20639
Phone: 410-535-2661 • 410-535-5327 • Fax: 410-535-2661
Kings Landing is a 260-acre park on the Patuxent River and Cocktown Creek offers a variety of outdoor activities. A site for environmental education, the park features pastures, woodland and wetlands. Amenities include picnic shelters with tables and grills, wetlands boardwalk, fishing pier, launch area for canoes and kayaks, swimming pool, shoreline, horse ring and Tom Wisner Hall (for indoor meetings and receptions). Youth camping, horse ring, picnic shelters and hall require reservations. Wheelchair accessible.
Breezy Point Beach and Campground features a half mile of sandy beach, a 300-foot fishing and crabbing pier, a netted swimming area, playground, bath houses, picnic areas, volleyball courts and more.
Building sandcastles are popular activities
These trees have knees!
5300 Breezy Point Road, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
Phone: 410-535-0259 • Fax 410-535-2233
This bay-front park featuring swimming, fishing, picnicking and seasonal and daily camping is the perfect getaway for daytrips. Campers can stay at a bay-front campsite all weekend or all week. No pets allowed on beach or in campground. Beach wheelchair available with prior notice.