by Micaela Williamson
Like many modern moms, I learned about The Treehouse Camp at Maple Tree Campground one day when Facebook suggested that I "like' their page. After visiting the website, I was intrigued and knew this was definitely something my family would enjoy. I booked an overnight tree cottage for early June.
The Treehouse Camp has a variety of different lodging options:
What to Do:
The Maple Tree Campground is located in Rohrersville, Maryland near Harpers Ferry, WV. The region has lots of hiking, rafting, zip lining, cute shops and restaurants or learning about Civil War history in Harpers Ferry National Park or Antietam National Battlefield.
The actual campground itself is a great place for families to relax, connect with nature and spend time unplugging. It backs up to the Appalachian Trail. We went on a walk and found a Foosball table inside a pavilion. If empty, the meadow is a great place for kids to run around or toss a frisbee. Otherwise, bring some cards and board games to play at the campsite. Be sure to spend time cooking out and of course enjoying s'mores!
One question I got asked on our Kid Trips Facebook page was "How are the bathrooms?" I found them to be very clean. There are indoor men's and women's bathrooms with flush toilets and running hot and cold water. Plus, there at two private outdoor showers and one heated, indoor shower. We did not use the showers, but I assume they are very clean.
Additional Insider Tips:
The Treehouse Camp - Maple Tree Campground
20716 Townsend Road
Rohrersville, Maryland 21779
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