Campsites include the shores of Assateague Island, the woods of Appomattox, Gettysburg and other National Parks, state parks including Elk Neck, Susquehanna and Rocky Gap, as well as the mountains of Western Maryland and the many tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay.

Camp E-Star, Chestertown, MD

A beautiful campsite of the shore of the Chesapeake Bay near Fairlee Creek. Camp E-Star has camping sites for five patrols, a pavilion for meals, a field for softball and volleyball, a sandy beach, a dock, and all support facilities. 

The troop also owns several small boats, sailboats, canoes and kayaks. Days at Camp E-Star are structured to allow boys to advance in rank and complete merit badges while also growing personally, building friendships and having fun they will remember for years to come.

Assateague Island

Assateague Island is a 37-mile long barrier island located off the eastern coast of Maryland and Virginia. It is best known for its herds of wild horses, pristine beaches, and the Assateague Lighthouse. 

Elk Neck, Cecil County, MD

Elk Neck State Park is a 2,188-acre park in Cecil County, Maryland. It is eight miles south of the town of North East on MD 272, and is nearest to exit 100 on I-95. The North East River, Elk River, and Chesapeake Bay form the Elk Neck Peninsula, on the southern tip of which the park rests. Deep forests, bluffs, beaches and marshlands are the primary natural features of the park's landscape.

Susquehanna, Harford County, MD

Susquehanna State Park is a state park on the lower Susquehanna River north of Havre de Grace, Maryland. The park offers fishing, camping, a picnic area, hiking, mountain biking, road biking, and boating. 

Rocky Gap, Allegany County, MD

Rocky Gap State Park is a 3,400 acre park in Allegany County, Maryland. It is seven miles east of Cumberland, and is about a two-hour drive from Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rocky Gap offers a range of year-round recreation such as swimming, camping, fishing, boating and hiking.

Washington Monument State Park, Western MD  

In Washington County, four miles east of Boonsboro and 1 1/2 miles north of Alternate Route 40 on Monument Road, Washington Monument State Park is named for the first monument in the country erected to the "father of our country," George Washington.