• Campers relaxing at their site

    Greenbelt

    Park Maryland

Scout Loop

Campground A Loop is a Scout Loop.

All Scout Troops are required to call 301-344-3948 to reserve space in the Scout Loop portion of the campground throughout the year.

The Scout rate is $ 16.00 per site per night.
3 tents, 6 people and 2 vehicles are the maximum for each site.
For example, your troop has 50 people. You would need 9 sites. 9x16=$144 per night.

The payment must be made at the time of arrival. Complete a self registration envelope and place in the overnight deposit silver box located along the roadway next to the main bulletin board at the entrance to the campground.

Scouts must have a tour permit and proof of insurance. These items are obtained through your local council.

Please have the United States of America listed as the co-insurer of the time they are here at the campground on the proof of insurance.

Reservations are taken over the phone by calling 301-344-3948. Reservations cannot be made by email or the website.

We would appreciate that if you cannot make your scheduled weekend that you call the Park Headquarters.

All campground rules are in effect for the A Loop as well.

Please pick up a copy of the campground rules and regulations and share them with your troop.

Here are some of the guidelines for the campground:

3 tents, 6 people and 2 vehicles are the maximum for each site.

No attachments to the trees including clotheslines.

Please contain all fires in the grills and completely put them out before leaving the site.

Keep the bathroom clean and report any damage to the ranger or host.

Apply the Leave No Trace principles to the campground.

Thank you for camping at Greenbelt Park.

 
a picture of the A Scout loop
The Scout Loop has a bethroom with hot showers.
 

Did You Know?

a picture of cars and tent trailers in the Laurel Picnic Area

Tents and trailers used the Holly and Laurel Picnic Areas before the Greenbelt Park campground was built. The camping areas in Greenbelt Park, Maryland were constructed in 1965 and 1966 as a part of Mission 66.