Navy Recreation Center - Pass Office
- Address: Island Rd, Solomons, MD 20688, USA , United States
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids
A popular vacation destination for families, Navy Recreation Center is calling out to you. With the glittering Chesapeake Bay on one side, all the vistas overlook these waters, giving you the most soothing accommodation experience ever. It also has the Patuxent River on one side, which not only adds to its beauty, but also to the diverse flora and fauna that it already enjoys. This center gives you an opportunity to explore its exotic surroundings and experience the local lifestyle. If you are looking for a quick weekend getaway, let this be your next destination!
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As for a Military Rec Ctr, this place is huge. DoD ID is required to use the facilities. They have Cabins, Cottages, RV (FHU) sites, Tent sites, Pools, Tennis Court, Driving Range, Nature Trail, Fishing/Crabbing Pier, Pavilions w/grills, and much more. On my morning walks, I've seen Deer, Ground Hogs, Rays, Crabs, Canadian Geese and plenty of small local birds. Other than I wish the grass was mowed at our RV site, the place has been very enjoyable.
Great for family and friends fun time together!
Great location for a family getaway. Activities for everyone!!
Do not go if there is a chance of rain. The rv are in a muddy field. Reservation are a mess. They have a lot of open spaces but not if you go thru met web site
We used to full time here and enjoyed it. Everything north of Fox Ave is packed like sardines. We preferred the more private area at the south end of Overlook Road. Occasionally, there were family reunions staying in tents making noise but for the most part people were respectful of the area. It's very windy here especially in the winter time. The bridge traffic back and forth to the Base is very heavy and that's why we left.