State Park is a multi-use park providing many
kinds of recreation. The Appalachian Trail passes
through the park. The 42-acre man-made lake and
beach draw many visitors who enjoy swimming,
canoeing, hiking, picnicking, fishing and hunting.
Located in the
Appalachian Mountains, this state
park offers many recreational opportunities. The
man-made freshwater lake offers swimming,
sunbathing, boating and fishing opportunities.
are also hiking trails which meander through a
variety of wildlife habitats and afford a view of
the area's geological history. Picnic tables and
grills and playgrounds are available in the day-use
A portion of the Appalachian Trail enters
the eastern edge of the park on Bartman's Hill.
Pets are allowed in Greenbrier State Park
in the following areas:
Pets are allowed in the
Cedar and Dogwood camp loops
Pets are allowed on
trails outside day-use area (access from outlying
Pets are allowed in the day-use
area and lake (except for sandy portion of the
swimming beach area) from October 1 to April 30
Camping, boat launch, boat rental, camp
store, flat water canoeing, hiking trails, picnic
area, playground, swimming May-September (lifeguards
Memorial Day to Labor Day), mountain biking and
hunting. All persons 15 years old or younger are
required to wear helmets while cycling in Maryland.
Fishing - The 42-acre freshwater lake is stocked
with trout, largemouth bass and bluegill. A Maryland
Angler's License is required for all fishermen 16
years of age or older. All Maryland fishing laws
Things to see - Visitors interested in
nature will find Greenbrier State Park well-suited
to their pursuits. A wide variety of birds, animals,
fish, turtles, frogs and snakes can be found in the
park. In addition visitors can enjoy many different
species of wildflowers and trees.
Greenbrier State Park is located in the
Appalachians, one of the earth's oldest mountain
ranges. Rock outcrops found at Greenbrier show much
of the earth's geologic history.
There are 165 campsites offering conveniently
located bathhouses with hot showers. Each campsite
is equipped with a table, fire ring and parking
area. Fires must be kept inside the fire rings. Dump
station available. Forty sites have electric
hookups. Reservations may be made by calling
1-888-432-CAMP (2267). Seniors Citizens with a valid
Golden Age Pass receive a half price discount on
camping when staying Sunday through Thursday.
Bus Reservations - Buses are welcomed at Greenbrier
and reservations are required. There is a $15
non-refundable reservation charge, plus a day use
entry service charge. No buses are permitted on
Sundays and holidays. To make bus reservations, call
1-888-432-CAMP (2267). For more information, call
the park directly at (301) 791-4767.
Reservations - Greenbrier has four lakefront gazebos
available for rent. Gazebos (32 capacity) are $74
for a full day and $44 for a half day plus the day
use entry fee. Included is a $10 non-refundable
reservation service charge. For additional
information and to make a gazebo reservation, call
the park at 301-791-4767.
Youth Group Camping -
Youth group camping is available at Washington
Monument State Park. There is a $15 reservation
service charge in addition to a $2 per camper
service charge. Reservations are required and can be
made by calling 1-888-432-CAMP (2267). Call the park
directly for additional information at (301)
Beginning Memorial Day
until September 30th, park open 8:00 a.m. - 8:00
Day Use Service Charges: Memorial Day-Labor
Day - weekdays $3 per person, weekends/holidays $5
per person; Labor Day-Memorial Day $3 per vehicle;
May and September weekends $3 per person.
Out-of-state residents add $1 to all day use service
Seniors and disabled persons with pass
and children in car seats are free.
Greenbrier often fills to capacity
on summer weekends and holidays. If the park fills,
all additional visitors will be turned away (no
exceptions). To ensure entry, all party members are
encouraged to arrive at the park early.
Greenbrier State Park offers an accessible visitors'
center, picnic areas, and campsites. A beach
wheelchair is also available. For additional
accessible amenities in Maryland State Forests and
Parks, visit the Accessibility For All section of