Holiday Park Activities & Six Gospel Concerts
Simply stated, the activities at Holiday Park and the surrounding area will exceed your expectations. Again this year, the fabulous Honeycombs show band will perform on the Sunday of 4th of July weekend.
A full schedule of weekend activities is offered — including our terrific
line-up of Gospel concerts, featuring talented performing groups. Our
Gospel concert performers come from a number of states and represent a
variety of musical styles, each intended to Praise the Lord and to lift
the spirits of those in attendance. Our 2017 schedule of performers
presents 6 great evenings of music, with several groups performing each
Click the cover to download, view, and print our 2017 Gospel Concert Series schedule of performers in conventional PDF format.)
When you are not enjoying one of our many scheduled activities, you can enjoy yourself in our large 2450 sq. ft. swimming pool, our large game room, one of our 4 playgrounds (one of which features our 26 ft. high robot slide), or playing a game of tennis, shuffleboard, volleyball, basketball or horseshoes. Aside from the full recreational facilities which are available for your use, Holiday Park offers over 200 acres, mostly wooded, with sports fields, 4 miles of roads and trails, and the headwaters of the Choptank River, for fishing, canoeing and boating (with ramps nearby - decal required.) We also offer free hayrides, free CATV service, a lending library and movie rentals … all for your added recreational enjoyment! If you prefer, just lay back and relax. Our pool and all of our recreational facilities are thoughtfully separated from our clean, spacious campsites, keeping noise levels as minimal as possible. In addition to the activities schedule for Holiday Park (listed below), there is a full calendar of annual activities in the surrounding area.
2018 Activities Schedule
Worship services are held every Sunday at 10:15 AM in Curry-Pepper Hall, unless otherwise posted. These are non-denominational services, with casual dress.
Fire Truck rides will occasionally replace the usual hayride.
Line dance lessons every Friday evening at
Curry-Pepper Hall, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM.
Camp back-to-back weekends all season long with FREE on-site storage if rig is left unplugged.
Limited site selection.
We are the home of Thrifty Thursday & Wild Wednesday:
When camping a 2-night weekend - Friday & Saturday night (3 nights on Holiday Weekends - Friday, Saturday & Sunday night) add Thursday at 40% off, add Wednesday at 50% off! Applies to back-in sites only.
Egg Hunt Saturday morning led by Chuckie Bunny with prizes, hayride & Teen thing. Enjoy tasty dishes at the covered dish dinner. Sunday sunrise service at Curry-Pepper Hall by local church pastors.
We provide the wieners and fixings, please bring drink & sides to join in the fun, eating & playing games. Hayride.
Everyone brings wine & cheese for social and sharing. In the evening, bring a dessert/snack to share while we play games. Hayride.
Warm your body at the covered dish at ‘B’ pavilion. Afternoon hayride. Watch the Square Dancers at Curry-Pepper Hall & even join in on the “First Nighter” – no experience needed.
Each person brings a can of soup to office by noon on Saturday. (NO seafood or mushrooms please.) Afternoon hayride.
Click here for more information on auto racing. Midday Pizza Party ($). Afternoon Hayride. 50/50 benefitting local Humane Society. Donations accepted. Covered dish dinner and Bingo. 15th Annual Fishing Derby - Greensboro, MD.
Bring mom to the first concert of the season. Foods ($) at the concert is provided by “Servant’s Grill”. Kids will make a craft for Mom and later a drawing will be held for the “Lucky Mom” prize. Hayride. Caroline Paddlefest held in Greensboro, MD.
Saturday morning we will be having a potluck breakfast, with coffee & juice provided. Afternoon hayride. In the evening share your favorite Italian recipe at the covered dish dinner, followed by Bingo.
Pool opens! Inflatable fun for kids. Saturday covered dish dinner w/ “Americana” theme & Bingo. Sunday evening we will be dancing to holiday tunes as well as having a silent auction with a cake raffle & 50/50. Proceeds go to local fire & rescue squads. Donation of items & cakes for raffle is appreciated by Friday the 25th. We will be having hayrides and fire truck rides on both Saturday and Sunday. Ridgely Strawberry Festival.
Wear your best hat, and bring your favorite tea and a light snack to share. Afternoon hayride, evening group fire and game night. We provide the wieners / fixin’s, you bring drink and a snack to share.
Join us for an evening of uplifting gospel music that you will long remember. Foods ($) at concert provided by “Servant’s Grill”. Hayride.
Saturday morning we will be having a potluck breakfast with coffee & juice provided. In the afternoon kids will make a craft for Dad. Dinner w/ mood music and lei provided to all. Enjoy the “beverage hut” and the hula skirt / best outfit contest. Afternoon hayride and evening Bingo. Drawing will be held for the “Lucky Dad” prize.
A fun packed day for the kids, with “carnival” type games, inflatable fun, hayride & fire truck rides. Afternoon ice cream social. Evening entertainment with John Dodge – magician, ventriloquist, and buffoon. A fun show for the entire family!
Indulge and enjoy that special ice cream treat you created. Saturday morning potluck breakfast, with coffee and juice provided. Afternoon hayride and evening Bingo.
Inflatable fun for kids. Saturday covered dish dinner followed by Bingo. Sunday Americana covered dish dinner followed by the fabulous “Honeycombs” musical show. Afternoon hayrides or fire truck rides. 50/50 benefiting local Humane Society. Donations ($ and items) also accepted. Tuckahoe Steam & Gas Show.
A great evening of fellowship & beautiful music. Foods ($) at concert provided by “Servant's Grill.” Hayride. Greensboro Fire Department Carnival.
Indulge and enjoy that special ice cream treat you created. Saturday morning Potluck breakfast; coffee & juice provided. Afternoon hayride and evening Bingo. The Delaware State Fair will be held from the 19th to the 28th.
Mid-day special order pizzas ($). Splash to tunes poolside. Socialize with others as you take part in the “Chinese” theme covered dish dinner. Hayride & Bingo. The Delaware State Fair will be held from the 19th to the 28th.
A celebration of all the children’s birthdays with a party, cake and ice cream, hats, face painting. Also hayride, fire truck ride, and inflatable fun. Evening entertainment TBA. Caroline / Dorchester County Fair & Eastern Shore Thresherman’s Steam & Gas Show, and Greensboro Tractor Pull.
Enjoy a special evening of inspirational music by various groups. Foods ($) at concert provided by “Servant’s Grill”. Hayride.
Afternoon hayride and ice cream social. Later share a “Mexi-Tex” meal at the covered dish dinner. In the evening, prop up your spurs and relax to good old Western Bingo. Caroline Summerfest.
Saturday morning potluck breakfast, with coffee & juice provided. Afternoon hayride. Prepare your favorite themed dish to share for dinner followed by Bingo.
Inflatable fun for kids. Saturday Italian theme covered dish dinner. Evening entertainment by Sweetlife, a musical concert you will not want to miss! Sunday afternoon, Operation Christmas Child Packing Party. Covered dish dinner followed by Bingo. Both days: Hayrides or fire truck rides. 50/50 benefiting local Humane Society. Donations ($ and items) also accepted. Last weekend for the pool!
Join us for an evening of gospel music by new groups and past favorites. Foods ($) at concert provided by Servant's Grill. Hayride.
Our 11th annual Thanksgiving dinner. Deep fried turkey is provided, you pay a minimal fee and bring a side to share that goes with the “Thanksgiving” theme. Please sign up in office 14 days in advance. Hayride & Operation Christmas Child Bingo.
Prizes for best dressed pets. Afternoon hayride and evening Bingo. 50/50 benefiting local Humane Society. Donations ($ and items) also accepted. “Texas” theme covered dish dinner and Bingo.
Help us celebrate our 47th year and camp the entire weekend for just $47.00 (back-in sites only). No other discounts apply. (Regular rates apply for river sites, pull-thru sites, sewer, and one night stays.) Price includes your dependent children under 19 years of age. Afternoon hayride. Bring your favorite Seafood themed dish to the covered dish dinner. Evening Bingo.
Great music and fellowship. Last gospel concert of the season; you don’t want to miss it! This concert benefits Operation Christmas Child. Foods ($) at concert provided by “Servant’s Grill”. Afternoon hayride.
This weekend is planned with younger children in mind. We will have site decorating, costume parade, jack-o-lantern contests with prizes, and trick-or-treating. Inflatable fun instead of the “spooky trail”. We will also dance to holiday tunes, and of course there will be free refreshments. Apple Scrapple Festival, in Bridgeville, DE.
The second weekend with site decorating, costume parade, jack-o-lantern contests with prizes, and trick-or-treating. Also a “spooky” haunted trail. Evening party with holiday tunes and free refreshments.
The third weekend with site decorating, costume parade, jack-o-lantern contests with prizes, and trick-or-treating. Also a “spooky” haunted trail. Evening party with holiday tunes and free refreshments.
NovemberSeasonals may camp the last 2 weekends at reduced rates. Check with office for details.
Cook up something warm & hearty to chase away those autumn chills! Evening Bingo. Daylight Saving Time ends. Pumpkin Chunkin’, location TBA.
One of the biggest events of its kind, with hundreds of waterfowl artisans in a 3-day show, with exhibits, sales, retriever demos and much more. Click here for more information. At the campground, enjoy a farewell potluck breakfast, with coffee & juice provided. Evening wiener roast. Hot dogs and fixin’s provided by Holiday Park. Bring drink & dessert to share while playing games.
Our 29th annual event with great food, good music, fun games, and fellowship.
We have an enclosed building with the capacity to seat over 400 people.
Some seating is provided, but bring your lawn chairs, if possible.
Park visitor fee: $10.00. (Children under 16 years old FREE!)
Tapes and promotional materials will be offered for sale by the performers.
($) Denotes fee-based activities.
Activities are subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
Each weekend, check our bulletin board near the bathhouse in the 300 area or CATV Channel 3 for details.
Worship services will be held every Sunday at 10:15AM at Curry-Pepper Hall, unless otherwise posted. Non-denominational service / casual dress.