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Jane's Island State Park Campground

Eastern Chesapeake Shore, Maryland

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  • The road running through the campground.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • A campsite located near the park office and marina.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • RV-only camping.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • Part of the road that connects the various campground loops.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • A campsite in the forested area of the campground.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • Road that runs parallel to the bay, with campsites to the right.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • Waterfront camping.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • A campsite nestled within the tall pines.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • An open campsite in the woods.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
  • A cabin available for rent.- Jane's Island State Park Campground
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Pros: 
Lots of shade. Some waterfront sites.
Cons: 
None.
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Region:
Eastern Chesapeake Shore, MD
Managed by: 
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Pets allowed: 
Yes, with restrictions
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Jane's Island State Park Campground is located on the mainland portion of Jane's Island State Park. The campsites, which are dotted throughout a tall pine forest, are all equipped with a parking/camping pad, fire ring, picnic table and a post to hang a lantern from.

The campground has easy access to the marina and piers located near the park office as well as a canal that can be used for fishing or crabbing. There are three bathhouses within the grounds, all with hot showers and flushing toilets. There are also coin-operated laundry facilities in one of them.

There are three main camping loops within the park: A, B and C. Pets are welcome in all sites located within Loop A, select sites within Loop B, and they are not allowed in Loop C.

While most of the campsites are located within the pines, a select few are right on the water running along Daugherty Creek Canal. If you're looking for more privacy, try loops B or C, as A is located near the main parking lot.

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