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We headed south from Maine to FL for a friends wedding. Our first stop was in Annapolis. I lived across the street years ago so I knew where to find the campground. Even then it was still a bit difficult to find. The sign pointing into the camp was overgrown and barely seen from the road, plus it points you down a gravel road that barely looks like a road at all. We would stay again however there was some confusion with getting a reservation. MWR does NOT run this campground and we had to call some Navy lodge reservation line where the folks at that end seemed confused as to why we were calling them...... Call early with a pen in hand so you can chase down numbers until you find the right person to help you. Yes the sites are overgrown with vegetation, the gravel roads are in poor condition, the bath house is extremely old (but clean), the site pads seemed to be a bit narrow (and we were camping in a teardrop), the price is right on to save you some $$$$ while staying in an expensive area. It fit our needs after a very long day of driving to reach our first stop. We would use it again just to crash for one night and move on the next day.