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Greenbrier State Park
21843 National Pike
Boonsboro, MD 21713
888-432-2267 • 301-791-4767
www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/western/greenbrier.html

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tim def feeling you but i think you and liz might be tanikg this a bit too seriously. rather than saying it's really sad what happened which it is why is it wrong for all of us to laugh a bit in the same spirit as you two do on the recording? if he was sincerely interested in being taken seriously wouldn't he at least man up enough to enroll at a community college or get the best job he could and begin actually doing something with his life??? i mean 4 YEARS since getting work??!?! what does it take for someone to get the picture??he, you and liz seem to come from an entitlement school of thought where people deserve love and respect without actually having to DO anything in order to receive it. to me that's just plain silly. i come from a perspective where someone who acts like a slimy, skeazy, cowardly mooch and treats life like a joke leaving, in jamsc3a2e2‚ace2„a2 words, paths of destruction behind them without ever doing anything to set those things right, deserves to be laughed at and ostracized NOT embraced and given empathy. as TLC so aptly put it, a scrub is a guy that canc3a2e2‚ace2„a2t get no love from me.

Review by: Kareem
Reviewed on: February 03,2015

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If you wrote an arictle about life we'd all reach enlightenment.

Review by: Azia
Reviewed on: November 11,2011

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This was a very nice campground. The sites are spacious and well isolated. There are a lot of hiking trails in the park, and the lake is great, but gets rather crowded on the weekends. The park has a lot of ranger lead activities for the family to do. The bathrooms were always clean and well taken care of. There is no water at the sites, but the loop we stayed at does have electricity. This park is in an area with a lot of things to see and do. There is a lot of history in this region, and it is also less than 100 miles to Washington DC.

Review by: Steve Landers
Reviewed on: July 04,2007

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We have camped here several times. It is one of our favorites. There are plenty of shaded campsites. It is well maintained and clean. The lake and beach are great. (swim, fish and boat)

Reviewed on: June 11,2007

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Great place to camp if you fancy yourself a bit of a hiker. Easy access from here to select bits of the Apalachian Trail.

Review by: elpilotto
Reviewed on: October 26,2005

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We have camped here for years. It's one of our favorite places. most campsites are kinda secluded with bushes and trees. They are always clean. The bath house is cleaned regularly. They have a beautiful lake to swim and fish in. It's pretty inexpensive. The only thing I found to complain about... lol and I guess I should stop being a whimp is, THE RACOONS! YIKES they get into everything. Last time we were there one tried to open the camper door while we were sleeping. It scared the bejevers out of me!

Review by: Jo (kensjo)
Reviewed on: July 14,2003

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