Clinton, MD Summer Camps

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Camp Cornerstone
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772  
Academics, Arts and Crafts, Community
Burgundy Farm Summer Day Camp
Alexandria, VA 22303  
Arts and Crafts, Ceramics/Pottery, Computer
Friends Of The National Zoo
Washington, DC 20013  
Academics, Arts and Crafts, Nature/Environmental
Patuxent River 4-h Center
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774  
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping
Camp Occohannock On The Bay
Belle Haven, VA  
Religious Camps: Christian

Summer Camps in Clinton, MD

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About Clinton, MD

Clinton is an unincorporated area and census-designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. Clinton was formerly known as Surrattsville until after the time of the American Civil War. The population of Clinton was 35,970 at the 2010 census. Clinton is historically known for its role in the American Civil War concerning the Abraham Lincoln assassination. Clinton is adjacent to Camp Springs, Rosaryville, Melwood, and Andrews Air Force Base. Clinton was founded in the 1770s. The town, then named Surratt's Villa, was actually a simple crossroads with a few buildings. In the 1800s, it became known as Surrattsville. The main building served as the post office, an inn and tavern, and a polling place. This main residence was one of two properties owned by the widowed Mary Surratt; the second property was in Washington, D.C. On 14 and 15 April 1865, John Wilkes Booth, who had two hours earlier assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, stopped by the Surrattsville tavern to pick up weapons and supplies. The U.S. government alleged that Mrs. Surratt had gone there earlier with these supplies, and was in collusion with the conspirators, one of whom was her son, John Surratt. Because she was found guilty of complicity in the Lincoln assassination, Mary Surratt was hanged at the Capitol Prison in Washington D.C., on 7 July 1865. The U.S. Post Office renamed the...