OCEAN CITY, Md. — The continuing expansion of RV campgrounds in Worcester County might seem like a local situation, but the fact is it’s a local manifestation of one of the fastest growing tourism trends in the country.
And it’s manifesting itself in a big way in Worcester, with hundreds of camping locations available and hundreds more possibly on the way.
Last October, the Fort Whaley Campground in Whaleyville received county approval to rezone 28-acres of the 72-acre property. The revision will allow the location to expand from 210 campsites to at least 300.
Read the full story by Ocean City Today.