Address: 2470 Maple Glade Road, Oakland, Maryland 21550
GPS: 39.499103, -79.419082
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Local Directions: From Baltimore: 3 ½ hours From Route 70 west to Hancock, Maryland and Rt. 68. Follow Rt. 68 west to exit 14 at Keysers Ridge and Rt. 219. Follow Rt. 219 south 19.5 miles to Mayhew Inn Road (2 miles past Deep Creek). Turn right on Mayhew Inn Road, travel 4.5 miles to end of road. At the stop sign turn left onto Oakland Sang Run Road, travel 0.3 miles to first road on the right which will be Swallow Falls Road. Turn right onto Swallow Falls Road and travel 1.3 miles to Swallow Falls State Park.

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Local Phone: 1-301-387-6938
Toll Free Phone: 1-888-432-2267
Website: http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publi...
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March to October

59 RV Sites, 65 Tent Sites, 3 Group Sites, 3 Full Hookup, 3 Electric and Water, 59 No Hookup, 6 30 Amps

3 Cabins / Cottages

Daily Rates: $11.75 - $52.49

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Groceries, Hot Showers

Fishing, Hiking, Playground

All Ages, Pet Restrictions

Max RV Length 16 ft
Youth Group Camps

Each youth group camping area can accommodate up to 25 campers.
Total Sites65
RV Sites59
Tent Sites65
Group Sites3
Max RV Length16 ft
Full Hookup (3)Electric and Water (3)No Hookup (59)
Rental Units
Total Rental Units3
Cabins / Cottages3
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  Hours Description Fees
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Hot Showers  
  Hours Description Fees
Equipped Pavilion  
Sports Field  


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Nice State Park - Great Campground
October 11, 2014
We had full hookup site 42A in Garrett Loop that could easily fit our 32 ft Class C motorhome. It was a level gravel site with a picnic table and fire ring. The services worked well.

There are two loops of wooded sites, each one built around a modern bathhouse in the center. The sites are spacious and sufficiently spread out to provide good privacy. There is a pathway from each site to the bathhouses, so you don't need to walk through anyone else's site. The bathhouses were very clean with hot showers.

There is also a playground in Garrett's Loop as well as a main playground nearby, a pavilion and a small amphitheater. Garrett's loop also has 3 rustic cabins.

We enjoyed the Canyon Trail loop which was very beautiful in the Fall with all the colors. It is a small 1.25 mile loop that follows the Youghiogheny River and passes Muddy Falls, Lower and Upper Swallow Falls and Tolliver Falls. Highly recommended.

There is no cell phone coverage here or WiFi.

Only complaint is they only recycle aluminum cans and not paper, plastic and glass. There really is no excuse for State Parks that promote conservation not to recycle paper, plastic and glass.

We enjoyed our stay and will come again when in the area.

We stayed here in a Class C Motorhome.
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