Watkins Mill State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 96
Number of Sites with Electric: 74
A bit of history can be combined with a day of outdoor fun. Williams Creek Lake offers opportunities for fishing and swimming. Encircling the lake is a 3.75-mile paved bicycle trail. Picnic sites and a picnic shelter offer a great place to rest or enjoy lunch. For overnight guests, the park offers nearly 100 wooded campsites.
Watkins Mill has 96 campsites, 74 have electric hookups. Each site has a graveled parking pad, a picnic table, grill and lantern hook. Parking pads vary in length from 38 feet to 80 feet, with the electric sites having the longer pads. Five sites, three electric and two basic, are accessible for campers with disabilities. Four of these campsites are reservable.
Two showerhouses, a coin-operated laundry and a sanitary dumping station are available for registered campers during the on-season (April through October). These facilities, along with the water, are not available during the off-season (November through March). Campsites 1-34, 98 and 99 are open year-round. Campsites 35-97 are open during the on-season. For most sites, reservations are accepted for on-season stays. A small portion of sites are reservable year-round. A woodlot is open in the evening during the on-season for campers to purchase wood. During the off-season, the fee collector will sell wood upon request. Campers planning to carry in firewood must comply with current firewood advisories.
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