Green Ridge Forest State Park is one of the largest state forests in Maryland, spanning 47,000 acres. The park boasts numerous hiking trails, fishing along the Potomac River, and hunting.
There are 100 primitive campsites throughout the forest, each equipped with a picnic table and fire ring. To use a campsite, you must register in person at the forest headquarters at 28700 Headquarters Drive NE, Flintstone, MD 21530. The fee to stay is $10 per night, payable only in cash or check.
Green Ridge Road is one of the main roads in the GRSFP and covers ten and a half miles from near the Potomac River in the south to Fifteen Mile Creek Road in the north. The road has two overlooks, the most spectacular being the Log Roll Overlook opposite Kirk Road. There are also two well-maintained campsites and several cemeteries along the road.
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