A family owned and operated business since 1977, Antietam Recreation specializes in providing entertainment the whole family can enjoy. From swimming and kayaking to exciting rides, special activities and dinner shows, we truly have something for everyone!


Summer Day Camp

Ages 4-16

An exciting and engaging outdoor summer camp experience unparalleled in the tri-state area. Family owned and operated since 1977, this facility excels in offering a diverse program of water activities, field sports, performing arts, adventure games, and unique features. Most of all, it’s a place where kids love to spend time.


Century of Song Dinner Show

March-April 2019

Just in time for spring, A Century of Song is a retro-style dinner show offering a whirlwind trip through America's musical favorites of the last hundred years. If you love rock-n-roll and record players, poodle skirts and swing dancing, then this is the show for you!


School Field Trips

Antietam Recreation, starting their forty- second year, is all about giving students 4 hours of a hands-on educational experience in an engaging and exciting environment. Many of our unique outdoor activities reinforce basic principles of physics, algebra, statistics and animal science, so learning doesn’t stop when students step outside the classroom.


Group Events

In 32 secluded acres, surrounded by the Antietam Creek, Antietam Recreation offers a full range of activities that will delight all ages.

Family owned and operated since 1977, the facility is conveniently located off Interstate 70 in Hagerstown, Maryland. Antietam Recreation offers exclusive use of the park for group picnics on Saturdays in June, July, and August.

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The Christmas Experience Dinner & Show

November-December 2018

Complete with thousands of lights, picturesque decorations, a home-style feast and award-winning vocalists and dancers, this evening is the perfect way to celebrate the season with family and friends. We'll have you laughing and crying as we explore the wonder of Christmases past and are reminded of the hope to come.