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Navy Lodge at Patuxent River NAS, MD | Featured Military Lodging Facility

This week’s featured lodging facility is the Navy Lodge at Patuxent River Naval Air Station in Maryland! This hotel is full of modern amenities and has been recently renovated to provide guests with an even more comfortable experience.

The Navy Lodge at Patuxent River NAS has four different room types- business class rooms, standard rooms, family suites, and accessible rooms. There are 2 ADA rooms in the hotel. The hotel has some connecting rooms, contact the front desk for availability. This hotel does allow pets with a nightly fee. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, a playground, picnic area with grill, coin operated vending and laundry machines, microwave, refrigerator, flat screen TV, a coffee maker, and more.

The Navy Lodge at Patuxent River NAS has fair availability year round. For those looking for a quiet stay in an area with a lot of nearby opportunity for activity, the Navy Lodge at Patuxent River NAS is a great lodging choice.

Navy Lodge Patuxent River NAS Standard Room | Photo Courtesy of NEXCOM

While staying at the Navy Lodge at Patuxent River NAS, guests can check out the Saint Clement’s Island Museum, where they can learn about the history of Maryland dating back to the 16h and 17th centuries. Thrill seekers can spend a day at Six Flags in Upper Marlboro, a one-hour drive from the Navy Lodge. For those looking to visit the nation’s capital, the Navy Lodge at Patuxent River NAS is a great place to stay. While Washington D.C. is about a 2 hour drive from the lodge, that means guests will be able to enjoy a quiet, relaxed stay outside of the city after their day in D.C. is done.

NAS Patuxent River offers fun things to do on on base, such as the commissary, a Navy Exchange, golf course, tennis courts, movie theater, marina, bowling alley, Elms beach, and a swimming pool.

Some other fun local insights include:

  • Explore the Patuxent River: The Patuxent River is a popular spot for fishing, kayaking, and paddleboarding. You can rent equipment or take a guided tour to explore the river.

  • Visit the Solomons Island: Solomons Island is a charming waterfront community with shops, restaurants, and marinas. Take a stroll along the waterfront, grab a bite to eat, or visit the Solomons Island Museum.

  • Go hiking or biking: The area around the Navy Lodge has several trails for hiking and biking. The Patuxent River State Park has over 20 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

  • Visit the Calvert Marine Museum: Located in Solomons Island, the Calvert Marine Museum showcases the maritime history of the Chesapeake Bay and the Patuxent River.

  • Take a boat tour: There are several boat tour operators in the area that offer tours of the Patuxent River, including fishing charters, sunset cruises, and wildlife tours.

  • Visit the Lexington Park Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning, the Lexington Park Farmers Market offers fresh produce, baked goods, and local crafts.

  • Go golfing: On base, you can check out the Cedar Point Golf Club. Off base, the nearby Bay Hills Golf Club offers 18 holes of golf, as well as a driving range and pro shop.

  • Visit the Patuxent River Naval Air Station's Museum: The museum showcases the history of the naval air station and features exhibits on aircraft, uniforms, and memorabilia.

  • Attend a festival: The area around the Navy Lodge hosts several festivals throughout the year, including the Solomons Island Waterfront Festival, the Patuxent River Naval Air Station's Air Show, and the Lexington Park Summer Fest.

  • Go birdwatching: The Patuxent River and surrounding wetlands are a popular spot for birdwatching, with over 200 species of birds documented in the area.

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