http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/cunningham.aspx 23 basic sites, 8 sites with electric hook-up (30 amp) No water/sewer hookups; water spigots located throughout camping loops. Pets allowed in campground, all trails, and day-use area. Stayed here in July of 2015 Site Details: We stayed in the Electric Loop, site #6. Site was very shaded, and quite secluded. Camping pad was nice and level, although the driveway was slightly sloped. Nice amount of space in between sites. Very short walk to bathouse. Campground was relatively empty our first night (Thurs), but filled up the next day. Still, heard hardly any noises from our neighbors. Camp hosts were very friendly, and came over to introduce themselves and go over park info shortly after we checked in. Facilities/Overall Park: Bath house was centrally located. Pretty average as far as cleanliness goes, but everything worked, and the showers were hot. Great recycled tire playground, and awesome nature center w/ turtles and various birds of prey on site in the Manor Area. If you head over to the Houck Area of the park (about a 15-20 min drive), youll find the lake, falls, and another campground. The Houck area definitely tends to be more crowded. I cant speak to the campground, but the lake is nice, and the falls are beautiful. The hike up wasnt too strenuous, either; my husband, dog, and 5-year-old handled it just fine. Surrounding Area/Attractions: Catoctin Zoo right up the road. We didnt go, since we had our dog with us. We would have liked to see Catoctin Furnace as well, but ran out of time. There is a Weis Market about 5-10 minutes up the road, and a Family Dollar nearby as well. Believe there is also an RV dealer nearby in case you find yourself in need of parts or service. Not a whole lot to do in the area. Overall, this is a great park. Beautiful, wooded setting, and secluded, spacious sites. Would definitely stay in the Manor area again. Houck area is very nice, but a little too crowded for me, especially with summer traffic to get into the lake area. Note: we camped here in a tent (before we purchased our PUP), but would not hesitate to return in our camper.