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We visited Cunningham Falls on a gorgeous fall day and were surprised it wasn’t more crowded. The trails are well marked with plenty of parking areas.
Trails range from easy to moderate to difficult. The waterfall trail is an easy one which is terrific.
Took my 7 year old grand son here. both he and I enjoyed it very much. It was a little to muddy for hiking but he enjoyed the play ground, Aviary with a bald eagle, hawks and owls. The visitor center had some snakes in...More
We camped for two nights at this park. The park is close to the town of Thurmont if you need to shop for food or need a restaurant. The park has a lake and a number of trails. I stayed at their small campground which...More
We don't camp a lot so I don't have much to compare it to, but I thought it was a nice place to take a family camping. The sites were kind of close to each other, but that might be normal. We were able to...More
On warm summer days, arrive early (before noon at the latest). When the parking lot is full, they close the park. Nice place for swimming. Canoes available for rent. Playground and picnic areas. Nice hiking trails.
We like hiking so we decided to try this park.
There is a cost to enter the main part of the park.
Once there (at the water) There is a fair amount of parking, bathrooms and a concession stand.
We arrived after 1 pm and...More
We went to a wedding held at the large pavilion near the visitor center and it worked out pretty well. The park is naturally beautiful and within a reasonable distance for family who live in the DC-Baltimore area. US 15 runs along the eastern border,...More
So I need to get the wife out of the house for an afternoon- and we decided to take the drive
up to Catoctin Mtn. park to see Cunningham Falls.
Now back in the day (20+ years ago) I had a great time going up...More
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According to the web site, improvements are currently being made to the William Houck Water Treatment Facility. Construction is impacting the William Houck Campground as well. Old lines are being replaced with new ones. When... More
According to the web site, improvements are currently being made to the William Houck Water Treatment Facility. Construction is impacting the William Houck Campground as well. Old lines are being replaced with new ones. When you register, ask the park ranger or campground host to clarify the potable and non-potable sites, as this construction is in-progress. Usually, the dump station has permanent signs distinguishing potable and non-potable water. At a campsite, water and electric means potable water. A full hook-up site has potable water, electric, and a dump area.