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Pocomoke River State Park
Based on 46 traveler reviews
Beautiful Park, Great Campsites
Jul 30, 2014 by: Fauxqui from Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
For my money you can't beat state parks. This is one of the nicest I've been in. The sites are large, wooded and as private as they can be. An added bonus is electric. The river is quiet and a perfect place to canoe.
Short family visit to explore nature
Jul 27, 2014 by: PaulSafety from New Milford, New Jersey
We were in the area for a family wedding and had some time to burn. Found this state park's web site and decided to check it out in person. We toured the small, but well stocked nature center -- seeing live animals from the area (snakes, turtles fish, smaller reptiles, etc.) The guide was helping other families, but made a point to break away to ask if we had questions or if she could help us with our visit. She pointed out a local loop trail that shows differences between hardwood forests and cypress swamps. The trail was an easy walk with boardwalks in the wet areas and numbered guide posts at key spots along the trail (coordinated with a trail booklet available at the trailhead in a map box.) Overall, it is a wonderfully equipped park with a large outdoor pool, river canoe rentals, snack bar and trading post. Playgrounds, picnic pavilions and open fields make for a great day visit. Campsites for tents and trailers abound. Everywhere we visited was well maintained and in good working order.
Jul 24, 2014 by: Pattyzubi from
We camped here for 5 days, the campsite was good with a lot of shade... And energy for our camper. I did not use the bathrooms because someone told me there was a lot of bugs..... We basically spend the day at the beach (Bethany beach - an hour from there) and back to the park to sleep
Garden-variety State Park
Jul 22, 2014 by: oldruggedx from Bethesda, Maryland
We stayed for two nights in our pop-up camper, traveling to the beach a half hour away during the day. The campsites were sufficient, although I like a little more space in between. The restrooms were clean. The pool costs $4 a person even for campers. They were selling a pound of bacon in the camp store for $8. I wouldn't make it a destination park. Stay there if you have something else to do in the area.
Jul 07, 2014 by: Tina F from Dagsboro, Delaware
We will Never return....We just returned form camping there @Acorn Trail w/our kids, grand-children, & friends, we had 4 campsites together! The park rangers were just very Over the top Nit pickey w/Everything!!! From telling my husband he was parked on a root, and that we were too loud @quiet time & all we were doing was talking & not to mention, twice we found the park ranger spying on us....Years ago we used to camp here & have a really good time but Not any more, too many rules & the rangers will just not let you be!!!! My family & friends will never come back to this park....shame on you!!!!!
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