Susquehanna State Park Campground Maryland
Susquehanna State Park Overview
Susquehanna State Park campground is located on the beautiful Susquehanna River and has 69 sites (6 w/electric hookups) for tents, trailers and RVs. There are also has 6 mini-cabins for rent.
The campground is open April through October and has drinking water, flush toilets, showers and dump station. Each campsite also has a table, fire ring and grill. Check in is 3pm and check out is 1pm. Generators are allowed from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The Park also has a camp store that sells firewood, ice and other items.
Susquehanna State Park Area Recreation
Outdoor recreation includes fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, horseback riding, picnicking, hunting and exploring the Rock Run Historic Area.
You can launch your canoe or kayak near the parking lot at the bottom of Lapidum Road (on the north side of the road after you exit off I-95).You can drop your kayaks at the ramp and then park across the road. There is a fee to park in the lot. Also, there are several beaches in the park you can launch from and there are some launches at the north end of town just north of the railroad bridge. Look for the Stark Moon Kayaks (rentals) just south o the launch area.
The Rock Run Historic Area includes a restored and working gristmill, the Carter-Archer Mansion, Jersey Toll House and the remains of the Susquehanna Tidewater Canal.
Elk Neck State Park is another nice option and is about 41 miles away from Susquehanna State Park.
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- BBQ Grills
- Boat Launch/Ramp
- Camp Store
- Campfire Center
- Campground Host
- Campsite Tables
- Comfort Station
- Drinking Water
- Dump Station
- Electrical Hookup
- Fire Pit
- Fire Rings
- Firewood Available
- Gift Shop
- Group Pavilion
- Pets OK
- Picnic Tables
- Restrooms (Flush Toilets)
- RV Hookups
- Visitor Center
- Bird Watching
- Boating (non motorized)
- Historic Sites
- Horseback riding
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Trails
- Walking Trails
- Wildlife Viewing
Havre de Grace, Maryland 21078
Lat / Long:
16, 39, 61
- Electric Hookup
# of Campsites:
69 + 6 Mini Cabins
# of RV Hookup Campsites:
6 w/ Electric
April – October
Susquehanna State Park Comments & Reviews
Visited Susquehanna State Park Campground lately? We'd love to hear about your adventure. Did you find us useful? Did we forget something? Anything our community should know before heading out to Susquehanna State Park?
We reserved a site with no electric , they were all reserved. Is it ok to run a generator shorty during day to charge camper battery?
Yes, generators are permitted at Susquehanna State Park campground from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Would I be able to bring and use my portable charcoal grill at the campground or picnicking area?
Yes, you can use your portable charcoal grill at the Susquehanna State Park campground and picnic area.
Yes you can use your potable charcoal grill at Susquehanna State Park campground and picnic area.
Are there still seasonal pass/reservations for the campgrounds – with hookups?
We’re not sure about the seasonal pass reservations at Susquehanna State Park. You may try calling the park directly at: 410-734-9035, or you can click on the ‘Make A Reservation’ button to check availability, pricing and make reservations.
We’d like to bring our inflatable kayak and paddle boards for the kids. Are there places on the river within 10 miles or so to use them?
At Susquehanna State Park you can launch your canoe or kayak near the parking lot at the bottom of Lapidum Road (on the north side of the road after you exit off I-95).You can drop your kayaks at the ramp and then park across the road. There is a fee to park in the lot. Also, there are several beaches in the park you can launch from and there are some launches at the north end of town just north of the railroad bridge. Look for the Stark Moon Kayaks (rentals) just south o the launch area.
Do you have firewood for sale at the campground?
Yes, Susquehanna State Park has a camp store that sells firewood, ice and other items.
How is the river flow for kayaking? Can I put in and paddle upstream and return to my original put in spot or do I need to go with the flow and have a pick up vehicle down river?
The river is flowing at about 3,300 cubic feet per second and should be good for kayaking. Not sure about paddling upstream though. You can click HERE for current river flow info. I recommend calling the park office to see what they think: 410-734-9035
I just received an email saying my campsite (62) is “Walk-In Only”. How far away do I have to park my car from my site? I thought all of them were drive up.
Campsite #62 has parking for two vehicles and up to 6 people can stay in the site (designated for tents). There is a short walk from your vehicles to the tent pad/table area . . . maybe about 50 feet.
We plan to reserve a camp site to stay for the night. Can we just drive our car to the camp and sleep in the car?
Yes you can. Remember the park/campground closes October 31. You may also want to check availability (unless you already have a reservation) as the weekends are a bit busy.