The 50 Most Fascinating Places to Spend a Night in Each State

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20) MARYLAND

For a one-of-a kind family and pet-friendly experience, you’ll want to have your next getaway at The Treehouse Camp at Maple Tree Campground in Rohrersville Maryland. It’s close to Washington D.C. for museums and landmarks, Baltimore for restaurants and music, and Harpers Ferry with miles of trails to enjoy. The Maple Tree Campground will leave you with unforgettable memories as you stay in one of their custom tree houses, or their newest feature “The Hobbit House”. They also have great camp grounds for those who’d rather sleep under the stars. There’s also a Grand Pavilion, perfect for events. Each tree house comes with comfortable beds and a wood burning stove to keep you cozy at night. Each site has an outdoor fire circle, grill and picnic table. Bring a lantern, your own bedding, all your favorite grilling food and have the time of your life among the trees.

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