Elk Neck SP is a 2,188-acre area of beaches and woodlands. The park's scenic location provides views of the Elk River and Chesapeake Bay. The park is a popular location for hikers. There are a few trails on the property that take you to the Turkey Point Lighthouse, a landmark of the park, to the beach where you can swim and play, and through the woods.
Picnicking at one of the park's 25 picnic areas is common as well as fishing and crabbing throughout the park.
The park's campground is a great travel destination with its 250 campsites and 15 rentable cabins.
Hiking, exploring, swimming, crabbing, fishing and picnicking.
Amenities include trails, the lighthouse, a camp store, fire rings, bathhouse, picnic tables, grills, a play ground and picnic shelters.
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Reviews of Elk Neck State Park
Reviewed by Guest on October 29, 2006
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Great camping, stayed in our pop-up at the first loop. free hot showers, camp store and an nearby walmart for supplies. Everything was very clean, and everyone was very friendly and helpful. highly recommend.
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Response by Glenn Sweeten on October 7, 2012
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Elk Neck used to be great, but has gone drastically down hill over the past couple of years. Also, in 2009 alcohol was outlawed in MD state parks. The park rangers act like the gustapo in enforcing this and very little noise is permitted after dark or you will be booted from the campground. Also, the overflow is just an open field with campers nearly on top of each other.
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