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Contact Us

Please feel free to get in touch with us via email, phone, or by filling out our convenient online form. Our team is here to assist you with any questions or requests you may have regarding reservations, amenities, or local attractions. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you plan your ideal stay at Bumblebee RV Park & Campground.

    • Deposit: A 50% deposit is automatically charged upon booking.

    • Remaining Amount: The remaining amount will be automatically collected 7 days before the arrival date.

    Cancellation Policy

    • Cancellation Before 7 Days: If cancellation occurs before 7 days prior to the arrival date, a 50% refund of the total booking amount will be refunded. There will be no refund issued if cancellation is done 7 days within your arrival date.

    • Full Refund Deadline: For a full refund, reservations must be cancelled within 72 hours of booking.

    • To cancel your reservation, please use the following steps:

      • Access your booking details and cancel online: Booking Portal

      • Send an email to our cancellation team at with the subject line "Reservation Cancellation."

    ​We appreciate your understanding, and if you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to contact our team. We look forward to hosting you at Bumblebee RV Park & Campground.

  • Policy is updated regularly in accordance with County and State Regulations​

    Firewood Policy: 

    Currently, outside firewood is strictly prohibited on site. We provide ample firewood in the guest room for our guests' convenience. This policy is in place to safeguard the sensitivity of our additional trail area, formerly a reforestation zone, as external firewood may harbor pests and diseases that could harm our delicate ecosystem. MDA reminds residents that it is illegal to move ash wood materials and all hardwood firewood from the 14 counties west of the Chesapeake Bay and Susquehanna River to the Eastern Shore. "Don’t Move Firewood. Burn it Where You Buy It!"

    Marijuana Policy: 

    In accordance with Maryland Law, Bumble Bee RV Park respects the rights of individuals to use Cannabis for both medicinal and recreational purposes for guests 21 and over.  However, as we are a private company with multiple guests within a small area, we require that all Cannabis usage be contained inside each guest’s individual RV, and efforts be made to reduce the odor which some may find to be a nuisance.  As such, Bumble Bee reserves the right to remove guests  while on Bumble Bee property if the guest is under the influence of cannabis, alcohol, drugs, or other intoxicating substance so as to create a public nuisance; or remove guests who while on the premises are disorderly so as to create a public nuisance.


    Bumble Bee RV Park & Campground Rules! 

    Your camper, 5th wheel, travel trailer, etc. will be referred to as an RV throughout these rules. 
    Bumble Bee RV Park & Campground owners and hosts will be referred to as Management throughout these rules.
    RV Park, park, and campground are synonymous.
    Site and Spot are synonymous.
    Season Site is for an RV. It is for a single person or family; a maximum of 6 people; the registering party must be 18 years or older. 
    The “season” is defined as April/May to October/November (exact dates will be announced and provided via email no later than March of every year).

    Campground Prohibitions:

    No running generators
    No hunting
    No metal detectors
    No weapons or fireworks
    No riding off-road vehicles (golf carts are allowed)
    No tents on RV sites
    No smoking in communal areas; defined as all areas outside your immediate site; including the Bath House, Laundry Room, Children’s play area, Game Room, and Office

    Rules for RV Campers: 


    The campground is surrounded by private properties. Please do not trespass onto other people's property. Signs are posted. Please be respectful of your neighboring campers. No excessive loud behavior at any time on the campground. Do not walk through another camper's site. Be aware of how loud your music is playing. Alcohol is permitted at your site.


    Quiet time is from 11:00 pm to 8:00 am. Please turn off bright lights by 11:00 pm.
    Children and teens under 16 should always be supervised. Please have children at your site by dark.

    RV’s need to be kept in good condition operationally and aesthetically. 
    As the campground is on both well and septic systems, do not use or draw excessive amounts of water at once. Check water lines for leaks. Any leaks need to be repaired immediately. 
    If you need to wash or clean up your RV, do not wash your RV during prime water usage times or during holidays. Please Ask First. Please do not wash trucks, truck beds, cars, boats, or any other vehicle at any time in the campground.

    RV septic tanks need to be left closed, only opened for emptying. Management reserves the right to close opened valves. Do not flush feminine products in your RV tanks or in the bathhouse toilets. 

    Your site should be kept clean and neat, with furniture and portable items put away when you leave. Site appearance is your responsibility, and you may need to trim grass from time to time. Inform us if a site issue needs tending, such as water leaks at the outside faucet or power receptacles not working. Be aware that space under your RV is visible and we do not want an accumulation of items to become unsightly. Dispose of cigarette butts in an ashtray. Do not dump grease at your site or anywhere on campground property. Both are unsightly and will attract animals.
    Inform Management of any repairman or service provider who will be working on your RV at your site. Prior approval is needed for anything added or changed on your RV at your site. This is for everyone’s safety.

    Structures: Permanent structures are not allowed at any site. Temporary decks and canopies are allowed. Please ask Management before installing temporary items that may require digging or stakes. There are underground electric wires and pipes! We reserve the right to address anything you put/add at your site. Type and size of storage sheds/bins must be approved as well as the placement on your site.


    You are responsible for removing any temporary structure should you not return.

    Notification: Your relatives and extended family members are welcome to occasionally visit your seasonal site. A maximum of 6 people (including your immediate family listed on the registration form) per site is allowed. You are responsible to make sure your guests follow the campground rules. We recommend sharing the rules with all group members, so they are aware of what is expected. Inform Management of any guests you may have via email, text, or written note; please include how many and the make/model and license plate of any quests. Guests should not be left unattended at the campground without Management knowing; you may text, call, leave a voicemail, or e-mail. Lending your site to others for their vacation use (like Airbnb swaps) is not allowed.
    Uses: The campground is for occasional use, defined as weekends or holidays and short vacation stays. No full-time residents are allowed. Only members listed on your registration form can use your Site. Subletting your site to a third party or for commercial/company use is not allowed. No one is permitted to camp/stay in the campground or utilize any part of the grounds/facilities before the campground is open or after the campground is closed for the season without express permission of the Owners.

    Passes: Vehicle Passes will be provided for all guests and their guests. 

    Dogs are allowed! Currently, we accept all dog breeds. Please keep all pets on a leash and clean up after them. Up-to-date vaccinations are imperative. If any pet is causing a disturbance, not controlled by its owner, or is deemed unsafe to others, we will ask you to remove that pet. We also reserve the right to limit the number of pets at your site. Bag pet waste and dispose of in trash receptacle. Pet barriers or “fences” at your site should be self-standing, portable, away from trees, and need to be approved. Pets cannot be left in them unattended.
    Pets other than dogs need to be approved by management.

    Boat: As the campground is closed the beginning of November through then end of March, approved winter storage of your RV and boat is at your own risk. Please inform, via mail or email, and coordinate winter storage requests with Management by 15 October 2024. It is your responsibility to protect your stored property as there will be no one at the campground to immediately handle any mishaps due to snow or trees. If an issue is observed with your property during our monthly winter inspections, Management will contact you immediately. 

    Winter RV: Off-season stays for seasonal guests shall be limited to weekend use only and primarily to allow you to check on the condition of your RV. During the off-season there will be no water available. No other services or road plowing will be available. You must contact Management prior to visits.

    Trees:  Fires should be kept at a reasonable burning level – no large unsafe fires or fires on windy days. Do not move fire ring without permission. Don't let a fire smolder. Please ensure fires are extinguished before you leave your site. In case of emergency, fire extinguishers are located throughout the Park, in the Laundry Room, and in the Game Room/Welcome Center.

    Black Bear: Please read the Black Bear Fact Sheet. No bird feeders. Do not put out poison, leave out trash bags/cans, food, or dog food at your site. Bring trash bags to the campground garbage receptacle.

    Speed Limit:  Speed limit through the campground is 5 mph. One (1) vehicle per site is allowed. We have additional parking in the storage lot below the RVs. Trailers, boats, extra vehicles need to be parked in the storage lot or in an area we approve. Do not block the road or park in an empty RV site. We reserve the right to limit the size and number of boats, trailers, extra vehicles, etc., stored at the campground. Tell us if you've accidentally hit or damaged something so it can be fixed. 


    All prices, amenities, and rules are subject to change without notice. 

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