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Tuckahoe State Park
13070 Crouse Mill Road
Queen Anne , MD 21657
410-820-1668
www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/eastern/tuckahoe.html

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Angie / Jill, thanks for shainrg your story! It is very inspiring and encouraging. God's been teaching me that same thing, that he is always, always good no matter what is going on around me AND that he is always, always faithful. Sorry for the loss of your mother though. Healing is a journey, but God is in the healing business! He loves you so very much and loves your heart towards Him. And I agree with Sarah that God is going to use you to help so many people walk through difficult situations.

Review by: Ionut
Reviewed on: December 12,2015

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I've camped at TSP since 1978 and watched it go through many changes. The trees are 30 years larger, and Loop A is now the Electric Loop, and Loop the Non-electric Loop (including both individual sites and group camping sites). The pads (sand with timber borders) are on both sides of each loop road, large, and, with the exception of Non E's #9, level. All sites are under large deciduous trees, and spaced far apart. The bathhouses -- one for each loop -- are centrally located, with two showers each; men's have three sinks, two toilets, and two urinals; women's havbe three sinks and three toilets. There is a playground are located between the two loops, including a ballfield and a disc golf course. There are two hiking paths, one a nature walk, the other linking the CG to the lake. Tuckahoe SP is about 40 minutes from St Michaels, an hour from Annapolis, an hour-and-a-half from Rehoboth; Assateague, Crisfield, Tilghman Island, Osford and more are within reasonable driving distance. TSP IS a State Park, so it has no private-campground glitz, which is why it is a personal favorite. It is rural and QUIET, yet close to many sites and activities. Springtime bugs can be a hassle, so take candles and spray. Do reserve a site (you can do so via Internet). If you are looking to GET AWAY, and you have no problem amusing yourself, Tuckahoe is a great place.

Review by: Tim Knecht
Reviewed on: September 06,2008

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Nice quiet State Park on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Two Camp loops(35 site electric loop, and 15 site non-electric loop) Both loops have 1 bathhouse. Playground area within walking distance of both loops. Hiking trails leading to lake area(decent fishing, better fishing along banks of the Tuckahoe River). Trails also lead to Adkins Arboretum(good place to see representative foliage native to the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Also a good place to do some birding). The only reason I gave friendliness a 3 was because the Rangers made a loop or 2 though the area, and that was the only contact I had with park staff. I prefer CGs with more natural histroy than the more populated sites with swimming pools and miniature golf courses and such so my review might reflect that. Sheepshead flies(buggers hurt) and mo-squee-toes are pretty bad in the spring months.

Reviewed on: June 12,2008

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