Cherry Hill Park is a regular stopover for us on the way to Florida from our home in Maine. Don’t expect a quiet, rural atmosphere here. You’re located just of I-95, a few miles from Washington DC and less than 30 minutes to Baltimore. But Cherry Hill is extremely convenient for RVers passing through the area and looking for a clean, comfortable and reasonably priced campground to spend the night.
The park is clean and very well maintained, and they have an excellent bus service that stops right at the campground and takes you to most of the major attractions in the area. You can buy tickets for area attraction on-site too! Cherry Hill Park has a very nice camp store with a great selection of groceries and camping supplies. Amenities include a large pool, lounge, game room and the “Cherry Hill Cafe”. The facilities are clean and well maintained.
Individual sites are level but most are quite small although they can accommodate big rigs. There are plenty of pull-thrus and full hook-ups including cable TV. You definitely don’t stay here for the ambiance… it’s crowded, somewhat cramped and the kids can run rampant thru your site at times, but for us it’s always been a nice overnite stop on our way to warmer weather.