Camp Springs, Maryland

Camp Springs in Maryland is a census-designated area to the south-east of Washington DC. Just outside of the Joint Base Andrews military base, Camp Springs is a hub of activity with plenty of military history. Looking to play bingo in Camp Springs? Here you can see all your nearest bingo halls.

Where can I play bingo in Camp Springs, Maryland?

So you want to play bingo? Fantastic! People love bingo all over the world, so you're in good company! But where to play? Bingo is held in venues called bingo halls. A bingo hall can be just that- it opens, hosts bingo, and closes. But some venues actually have a day-job and just become a bingo hall temporarily one night a week. For example, your local bingo hall could also be your local social club, church, or fire station! This is especially common in Maryland, where bingo must be played for a charity. Many charitable organizations choose to hold a bingo fundraiser now and then, and these are usually held at their own venue. Both permanent and temporary bingo halls have exciting benefits to choosing them; it's all about picking somewhere convenient that is going to give you a great game of bingo!

What happens during a bingo game?

Whether you're totally new to bingo or just looking for a refresher, it can be handy to know what's going to happen at a bingo game before you arrive. This simple guide will run through a typical bingo game, so you'll be a bingo boss before you even play! Here's what to expect at a bingo game. Arrive early! There are a couple things you need to take care of before the game starts, so being in good time will help. You'll need to pay any entry fees, get your bingo cards, and take a seat before the game begins. A bingo card contains a 5x5 grid of numbers, with a blank space in the middle. Once everyone is ready, the bingo caller will announce the winning pattern. This tells you which boxes on your bingo card grid you'll need to mark in order to win. Then the caller will start the game, drawing numbers randomly one at a time and announcing them. If you have the called numbers on your card, daub them. The first player to daub every box needed for the winning pattern must quickly shout BINGO to stop the game and claim their prize!

How do I pick a bingo hall in Camp Springs, Maryland?

Choosing a bingo hall can feel like a pretty big deal, but BingoPort is here to make it easier! The first consideration when choosing a venue is location. If you want to play bingo in or around Camp Springs, you're on the right page! Here you'll see all the bingo halls near to you. Playing locally is way more convenient! Now that you can see your available bingo halls, you can choose somewhere to play. Check out the BingoPort listings pages to see what each hall offers. Perhaps there's one that's in a particularly convenient location, or maybe one supports a charity that you'd love to contribute towards. Whatever it is you're looking for, you'll be able to see which halls match your requirements best by using the BingoPort listings pages!

What makes a good bingo hall?

Bingo halls vary so much; how are you supposed to know which ones are going to be great, and which aren't your kind of thing? Well, the answer is that there really isn't a 'perfect' bingo hall, it's all about which halls are perfect for YOU. Your ideal bingo hall will likely be different to everyone else's! Figuring out what makes a bingo hall great for you is the first step to finding a venue you'll love. Do you want a hall that offers snacks or refreshments? Perhaps you'd like a hall that has a parking lot so you can safely leave your car while you play. Do you have requirements like disability access or somewhere to smoke? Perhaps you'd like a hall that offers particularly good jackpots. Take a look at the BingoPort listings to see what each hall offers, and choose one to visit that meets some of your criteria! You're sure to find a great place to play bingo.

Is gambling legal in Maryland?

Many forms of gambling can be undertaken legally in Maryland. Casinos are permitted, and these offer table games like roulette and blackjack. Some of them also have poker rooms. Horse racing takes place at racetracks around the state, and both on and off track betting are permitted for these races. Both lottery and bingo games are allowed in Maryland. Bingo games can be held so long as they are in aid of a charitable organization. Lottery tickets can be purchased in Maryland for state lottery games and multi-state games.

Interesting facts about Camp Springs, Maryland

  • Camp Springs was originally known as Allentown, and was founded in the mid 1800s.
  • The name 'Camp Springs' came about because the area was popular for soldiers passing through to camp due to the nearby springs.
  • Joint Base Andrews, just outside Camp Springs, is the home base of Air Force One, the official presidential aircraft.
  • The Capital Beltway interstate highway passes through Camp Springs.

Bingo Halls in Camp Springs

Camp Springs Elk Bingo

7350 Temple Hill Rd, Camp Springs, Maryland,

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