At Travelocity, prices for Sandy Point State Park hotels range from $80 per night to $220 per night. The cost of lodging near Sandy Point State Park depends on the location, time of year, and amenities you need to create your ideal national park vacation.
You can choose from 678 hotels near Sandy Point State Park at Travelocity–so you’re sure to find one that’s right for you in the park or in the nearby cities and towns.
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Sandy Point State Park is almost made for families, so at Travelocity, we have a great selection of family-friendly hotels near Sandy Point State Park that offer adapted rooms, baby-sitting services, kids club, and more. To find a stay that fits your family, you can also filter your search by popular kid-friendly features, such as pools, waterparks, and the nearby attractions you know they’ll love.
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Attempt the nerve-racking drive across this long and notoriously scary bridge, which provides fabulous views of Chesapeake Bay for passengers.
At this memorial overlooking the Severn River and the United States Naval Academy, pay tribute to the soldiers who lost their lives during World War II.
See where future generations of Navy and Marine Corps officers are trained at this historic federal service academy within a former fort in Annapolis harbor.
Samuel Chase, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, built this handsome 18th-century mansion with a fascinating history.
Explore the well-preserved interior of this 18th-century residence, which features antique furniture, period décor and prized paintings by Charles Willson Peale.
Explore the waterfront in Annapolis with a trip to Ego Alley. While you're here, you can savor the top-notch restaurants.