Elk Neck State Park is located in Cecil County, MD on a Peninsula bordered by the Chesapeake Bay on the West and the Elk River on the East. The State Park is divided into four areas including the North East Beach area, the Elk River Camping Area, the Rogues Harbor Boat Launch area, and the Turkey Point Lighthouse at the Southern tip of the peninsula. The park features a large campground, a beach, several miles of hiking trails, a boat launch, and day use shelters. The campground offers over 250 campsites, 15 cabins, and four youth group camp areas that are exclusive to registered youth groups with active youth group passes.
Parking: The youth group camp area is divided by a dirt access road. All vehicles are required to park perpendicular to the access road.
Facilities: A full bath house with running water and private shower rooms is available approximately 300 yards from the youth area and shared with campers in the Sassafras Loop. Potable water is available across the street from the youth sites as well as near the campground exit. Please note that the water is tested routinely and is potable but may have a slight tint from mineral deposits.
Sites: The four youth camp areas are located along campground road just pass the Sassafras Loop. The area is divided by the access road/parking and are located as follows when facing the sites from Campground road: Raccoon front right along road, Red Fox front left along road, Beaver rear right along woods, River Otter rear left along woods. Both times Pack 802 has camped here in recent years we have reserved both Red Fox and River Otter along the left side of the camp.