Washington D.C. is a bustling metropolis, so you'll need to head a little way out of the city to find a quiet campground. Without a doubt, the best RV campground in Washington D.C. is Cherry Hill Park. This hugely popular campground is less than 10 miles from downtown and has welcomed campers for over 100 years.
Pull-through and back-in sites are available and come equipped with full hookups and 30- and 50-amp electricity. There's nowhere better in D.C. to camp with a pup, with an on-site dog park and dog walking services available. There's also plenty to do around camp, like swimming in the pool, playing mini-golf, and hiking the trails. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, a grocery store, and laundry facilities. Thanks to the Cherry Hill Park Express Bus, getting into the big city from this campground is a breeze.
If you'd prefer to camp closer to the Chesapeake Bay, check out the Washington D.C./Capitol KOA Holiday. Situated about 30 miles from D.C. near Severn River, this KOA provides spacious pads with full hookups and max-amp electricity. Pets are welcome and accommodated with an on-site dog park. The campground also offers a shuttle in summer so you can get to and from D.C. When you're not touring the Capitol grounds, you can laze by the pool or rent a bicycle and explore Maryland's countryside. You'll also have a few home comforts like Wi-Fi access, laundry facilities, and restrooms.
Campers looking to stay close to Baltimore and D.C. should check out the Ramblin' Pines Campground. Located an hour from D.C. and 30 minutes from Baltimore, Ramblin' Pines boasts 200 secluded sites surrounded by trees. The majority of sites have full hookups and 50-amp electrical service. You bring your canine along, and there's an on-site dog park. This campground is ideal for a relaxing retreat, with a fishing pond, heated pool, and mini-golf course. Useful amenities include free Wi-Fi, a general store, and a laundromat.