We stayed here for 3 nights and as we don't have a tow car caught the metro into DC. It was $16 a night, no electric water or sewer on your site but dump station available to use. Two hot showers per block. Warnings about ticks but we used bug spray and didn't see any. Sheltered sites. Got wokenone night by people setting uo a tent at 1am. They didn't stop making noise until 3am. Camp host 2 down did nothing about the noise. If you are 30 foot or longer you have to park in D loop. We are 31 foot but no way we could've gone into B loop. The walk to metro is a very steady paced half an hour from D loop. Metro is complicated. More so than Montreal or New York so read up before you go. Have plenty of small change or a credit card to pay. Might stay there again as there is nothing cheaper this close to DC but don't expect much for your money
Even though it's nestled far into the woods, it has everything you could possibly need or want in an RV park with dry camping. I have traveled across the country and have paid more than $16 a day is extremely low for a park of this caliber. I would certainly stay here again. It has places to take hot showers, a dump station, and fresh water throughout the entire park. Not far from the entrance of the park are grocery stores, Mall, and various other shops that would be needed .
Dry camping only but water and dump station are on site. Very secure camp host is on site and capital police cars are at the entrance. Host says they are driving through consistently. Green line training is a 20 minute walk tops runs every 6 or 15 minutes to DC depending on time of day. $4.85 rush fare. And this is the best part HOT showers included with camping fee of $16 or $8 if you have the senior or disabled national park pass. Able to get enough TV channels to entertain me for the evening. Giving the Walmart reviews I'd say it's worth paying to stay in DC. You can be at ease your stuff will be secure while in the city and get a nice large hot shower dump your tanks and fill with water. 5+