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B-
Overall Niche Grade
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  1. Public Schools
    C-
  2. Crime & Safety
    NG
  3. Housing
    C
  4. Nightlife
    B-
  5. Good for Families
    B-
  6. Diversity
    A-
  7. Jobs
    B-
  8. Weather
    B
  9. Cost of Living
    B-
  10. Health & Fitness
    B+
  11. Outdoor Activities
    A-
  12. Commute
    B
Camp Springs is a suburb of Washington, D.C. with a population of 21,602. Camp Springs is in Prince George's County. Living in Camp Springs offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Camp Springs there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Camp Springs and residents tend to be liberal.
About Camp Springs...
Population
21,602

Real Estate

Median Home Value
$271,800
National
$184,700
Median Rent
$2,002
National
$949
Area Feel
Dense Suburban
Rent vs. Own
  • Rent
    29%
  • Own
    71%
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Camp Springs Rankings

Niche ranks thousands of places to live based on key statistics from the U.S. Census and and expert insights.

Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety
NG
Based on violent and property crime rates.
Violent Crimes
  • Calculated annually per 100,000 residents
National
  • Assault
    282.7
  • Murder
    6.1
  • Rape
    40.7
  • Robbery
    135.5
Property Crimes
  • Calculated annually per 100,000 residents
National
  • Burglary
    500.1
  • Theft
    2,042.8
  • Motor Vehicle Theft
    284

Residents

Diversity
A-
Based on ethnic and economic diversity.
Age
  • <10 years
    11%
  • 10-17 years
    10%
  • 18-24 years
    9%
  • 25-34 years
    13%
  • 35-44 years
    12%
  • 45-54 years
    14%
  • 55-64 years
    16%
  • 65+ years
    15%
Education Levels
National
  • Master's degree or higher
    10%
    12%
  • Bachelor's degree
    20%
    19%
  • Some college or associate's degree
    34%
    29%
  • High school diploma or equivalent
    29%
    28%
  • Less than high school diploma
    7%
    13%

Working in Camp Springs

Jobs
B-
Based on employment rates, job and business growth, and cost of living.
Median Household Income
$92,981
National
$55,322
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Camp Springs Reviews

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I currently live in the Camp Springs area and find it to be a comfortable environment. Like all other cities, it has it's ups and downs. I will say the people are friendly and I've seen a lot of small businesses make a great start here. There isn't a lot to do for small children or teens, they have a local parks and recreation center with a small splash park. Neighboring towns that aren't very convenient seem to have more to offer our youth. Then there's Andrews Air Force Base, where so often the President of The United States frequents. They give an awesome air show every year that my nieces and nephews get to see and love.
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It's a nice neighborhood. Working class and families live here. Most everything you need is here or very close by. Public transportation is easily accessible. It is very close to major roads and highways. Because of that traffic during morning and evening rush is slow, but not horrible.
I feel attached to this area because of the many family members, family friends, teachers, and people that I have met and memories that I have made in this area. However, I would not be against living in a different area. My experience with this area is different than many others. Coming from a middle class family I have been in private school my whole life. However, the public schools in this area are not what I would choose to enroll my children, primarily for safety reasons.