http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/newgermany.aspx 48 sites, divided amongst 3 camping loops. No hookups anywhere in the park, but there is a water filling and dump station in the lake area. Pets are allowed in the Hemlock camping loop, on all trails (except during winter), and in day-use area, with the exception of the beach. Stayed here in October of 2016 Site Details: We stayed in the Hemlock (pet-friendly) loop, site 50. Site was very large and private, surrounded by beautiful forest. Plenty of room for our pup, TV, pop-up gazebo, and gear. Each site had a fire ring with grill grate, and a nice, large, composite picnic table. We were right in front of the bath house, which was convenient, but the light was pretty bright at night. We were also the closest site to the loop entrance, so we could hear some traffic along the main park road. Didnt bother us too much, but I imagine it would have been pretty noisy if wed been there during peak summer season. Camping loop overall was nice and quiet, though; we had two neighbors while we were there, and barely saw nor heard anything from either of them. Facilities/Overall Park: Simply put, this park is absolutely gorgeous. Easily the most beautiful MD State Park weve visited. Everything, from the forest, to trails, to lake, to Meadow Mountain, is a camper/outdoor enthusiasts dream. The fall foliage made everything even more beautiful. Apparently, the park is very popular amongst cross-country skiers in the winter, especially since they have full-service cabins and a warming hut by the lake. Im not into cold weather at all, but I imagine I would love to spend a day by the lake in the summer time. Said lake area also has a concession stand, boat rentals, swimming beach, rec hall, and nature center, but these were all closed since we were there out of season. Bath house in our loop was old and small, but kept very clean. I never used the shower, as it was too cold, but it looked adequate. LOTS of spiders, which dont really bother me, but definitely a nightmare for arachnophobes. We drove through the two other, non-pet-friendly loops, and were also beautiful. Sites here were spacious and private, just like in our loop, but with the addition of tall pines. Saw mostly tent campers, and a few small TTs. The roads were very narrow, with a decent incline, so not big-rig friendly. Note that there is very little to no cell phone reception in the park, so combined with the lack of hookups, this is definitely an unplugged, connect with nature type of camping experience. Surrounding Area/Attractions: There seem to be only 2 attractions in Grantsville, and we visited both. The first is Hill Top Fruit Market, which is a really neat store with extremely cheap produce, nuts, and spices, plus a huge selection of bulk weigh & pay candy. The kids loved it. The other area attraction was Penn Alps and Spruce Forest Artisan Village, right next to the beautiful Casselman River Bridge. There is an artisan village, restaurant, concert venue, ice cream, etc. near by. Very cute, woodsy setting, and beautiful wares sold by local vendors. Overall, I absolutely loved this park, and can definitely see why its referred to as Marylands hidden gem. The only negative was the lack of hookups, as it got pretty cold at night, and our battery was unable to sustain the needs of our heater. It would have been fine if it had been just me and my husband, but I think it was just too cold for our small kids, especially with the wind and rain we encountered. I would love to return in the summer though, especially since the area doesnt experience the same type of extreme humidity as the more central and eastern parts of Maryland. Highly recommended!