Trap Pond

Amenities

- Recreational Facilities

• Pond
• Fishing
• Ramp
• Boat Rental
• Horseshoes
• Playground
• Kayaking/Canoeing

- Policies

• Pets Welcome
• Day Max Stay (14)
• Tent Camping Allowed

- Other Amenities & Services

• Restroom and Showers
• Laundry

- Facility

• Type (State Park)
• Partial Handicap Access

- Hunting Nearby (within 20 miles)

• Season: Winter,Fall

- On-Site Rentals

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- Sites

• Spaces Available (124)
• Width (30)
• Max Length (60)
• Gravel Sites (124)
• 30 Amp
• 50 Amp
• Side-by-Side Hookups
• Water (124)
• Electric (124)
• Max Amps (50)
• Pull-thrus (26)
• Pull-thru Size (30 x 50)
• Back-ins (30 x 60)
• Site Length (50)
• Fire Rings

- Recreation Nearby (within 10 miles)

• Fishing
• Hiking

User Reviews

Michelle Lapp

February 17, 2022

This is the place to go...for all your outdoor needs...trails to hike on...fishing...great for pets...AND THE PEOPLE are just wonderful...all the hosts and clerks...down to the very helpful maintenance people... the bathhouse is always clean...they even have a spot so you can do coin laundry on site... its been a grand experience for the family...Will most definitely be coming back. THANKS TRAP POND!!!

Alisha Blaire

September 06, 2021

Visited with my family and friends last weekend, and had a wonderful time. It's such a beautiful park, and everyone was so nice. We were on loop B and were one of very few camping in tents. Because of this though, the restrooms and showers were always free, and very clean. We did the pontoon boat tour which was fun, as was the kayaking, and the swamp part of the pond is absolutely beautiful. The children loved the playground, free arts and crafts, and the free bikes. Will definitely be returning.

Beverly Majors

August 25, 2021

Trap Pond is my favorite place to camp. It's kid and dog friendly. Campers are kind & thoughtful. Cabins are too far from parking lot.

Michael Lankford

July 27, 2021

One of my favorite places to camp or hike on the Eastern Shore. It’s a large portion of what was once the Great Cypress Swamp of Delmarva which has mostly been destroyed. Good canoeing/kayaking, hiking, and camping location.

Emily Hagelberg

November 05, 2021

We have been camping at Trap Pond several times now. It's a beautiful park. The park is kept clean from litter and has a number of things to do. The trails are lovely and easy to find and follow. We love the park by the pond itself, which has many picnic tables and shelters, a small nature center, bathrooms and boat rental where you can rent paddle boats, canoes, kayaks or paddle boards for a small, per hour fee. Be aware however that later in the season the boat rental hours are very limited and stop around 1:30pm. The Cypress swamp and boating is phenomenal and exactly why we keep going back. As far as the campground, the campground is clean and the sites are spacious and wooded. Our little pop up actually looked a little silly with how much space we had but that's nothing to complain about! Be aware that like many campgrounds, if you get a site on the "inside" of the loop, your site will back up to another one, with very little privacy between. Also if you get a site next to the bathroom on the laundry side, the lights from the laundry are VERY bright if you have a tent or pop up camper. The bathrooms are clean and have flush toilets and showers. They're also heated. My biggest complaint (and this only applies to our most recent trip) is that at times, quiet hours are not enforced, although they have rules posted explicitly noting the hours. Multiple nights we were kept up with our toddler until 1 or 2am by groups partying in the inner loops, and we ended up leaving a night early. If you're not familiar, you may want to be aware that the weekends around Halloween seem to be a big party weekend at Trap campground. Otherwise, excellent park, clean facilities, and definitely worth a visit!