• Catoctin Mountain

    Catoctin Mountain

    Park Maryland

Operating Hours & Seasons

Catoctin Mountain Park entrance sign in snow.

Catoctin Mountain Park is open all year.

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The park is open all year from dawn until dusk.

Visitor Center's hours:



Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday and Saturday 9:30 am - 7:00 pm



The Catoctin Mountain Park Visitor Center will be closed on the following holidays:

New Year's Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Presidents Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas

Expect seasonal road closures from December through March.

Watch for alerts announcing temporary closures.These are also posted on our home page and on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CatoctinNPS


For more information about camping or lodging in the park's facilities, please click on the links below:

Owens Creek Campground has 50 sites (3 ADA) which are available by reservation only at www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777. There are 2 comfort stations, 1 with hot showers.

Poplar Grove is open by reservation, to adult supervised organized youth groups whose members are under age 18. Reservations can be made at www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777.


There are two Adirondack Shelters which are 3-sided shelters that offer back-country solitude to hike-in campers. Reservation required through www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777.

Camp Misty Mount is a cabin rental facility for individuals, families, or small groups. Reservations taken at www.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777.

Camp Greentop is for organized groups of 60 or more members who may rent the entire camp on select dates. The total capacity of the camp is 140.

Camp Round Meadow is a four-season dormitory camp with a gymnasium, classrooms, and a dining hall. The camp has space for 120, and most of the facilities are wheelchair accessible.

Season dates and fees for camping and lodging.

Did You Know?

League for People with Disabilities logo

After camping in Misty Mount for 1 season (1937), the Maryland League for Crippled Children moved to Camp Greentop, one of the earliest camps in the nation designed specifically for people with disabilities. Renamed The League for People with Disabilities they continue to camp in Greentop today.