Camping and fishing in maryland wv Virginia

Discussion in 'Northeast' started by charvey, Jun 3, 2016.

  1. charvey

    charvey Active Member

    Does anyone know where to go camping in a tent and fishing and park the Tacoma. Not looking for a state park just pop up a tent and relax kind of thing.
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  3. Demo Man

    Demo Man Well-Known Member

    Where are you located?
  4. PinkTaco

    PinkTaco Well-Known Member

    Doesnt silveroataco live around there
  5. Demo Man

    Demo Man Well-Known Member

    He's everywhere.
  6. rec2570

    rec2570 Well-Known Member

    You can camp anywhere, just ignore those no trespassing signs. Lol
  7. silverpataco

    silverpataco Well-Known Member

    No in Eastern PA. I drive weekly to Keyser , WV . Deep Creek Lake in Western Maryland is a great place . Look up some camp sites around it. Lake is sitting about 2000 feet above sea level. They have a 14 unit tiny house camp built from all recycled materials. But, it's about $200-$300 per night.
  8. BigMau

    BigMau Well-Known Member

    I tow my boat 400 miles north to White Lake, Ontario and camp/stay at Bayview Lodge. Awesome Bass and Walleye fishing!!
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  9. This place is a state park, but it awesome. Miles and miles of dirt roads and trails. You drive through the place and the campsites are a mile or two apart. It is primitive camping, just a clearing on the side of the road and a table. No bathroom or water or neighbors.
    It's been quite a while since I've been there, but the website says it is $10 a night and the park is open 24 hours a day. You can pull in there in the evening and start camping then pay the next day. That places rocks. They have 4 wheeling trails but I couldn't get on them with my car years ago.
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  10. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I like camping like that it’s kind of like overlanding but not haha
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