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New Germany State Park

349 Headquarters Lane
301-895-5453

New Germany State Park's visitors frequently call it a "best kept secret." This mountain gem is nestled between the 2,900 ft. Big Savage Mountain to the east and the eastern Continental Divide along Meadow Mountain to the west. Named by early settlers due to its resemblance to their homeland, New Germany has diverse forests with ten miles of multi-use trails and a small lake suitable for fishing, swimming, and non-motorized boating. This park is ideal for families and individuals looking to "unplug" from a tech-reliant society and escape from the busy pace of life in cities and suburbs.



Reviews

Adam Steel

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
New Germany state park is a good destination for people that do not like challenging hikes: there is ample opportunity for leisurely walks but the total hiking trails are more useful for cross country skiing than they are for hiking. There are also very nice cabins for spending the night. We were in cabin 11 and there was plenty of room to sleep our family of nine people. The cooking facilities were really clean. The staff of the park is very helpful. I would highly recommend this part for a family weekend away.

Sepehr Roshandel

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Excellent place for adventures. Very quite and peaceful for walks, hikes, trail biking and even taking pictures. Best season to visit is from around March to October to enjoy the full green and wild nature. Only bothering thing is the lack of trash cans throughout the park.

Moises Martinez

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Friday, July 13, 2018
Quiet place to go with the family. The swimming area is very small but the camp grounds and the space tip grill is pretty big. Very remote so there's no cell signal. Could be a good thing tho

Jeff Sumpman

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Saturday, July 14, 2018
Very nice. Very clean. Well kept. Very kid friendly. Handicap friendly

Michelle Ours

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
camping with a family of deer! they walked right by our site! adorable!

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