Camp Springs is an unincorporated area and census-designated place (CDP) in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.Camp Springs is not an official post office designation, but rather the area is divided between the surrounding mailing addresses Temple Hills, MD, Fort Washington, MD, Clinton, MD, and Suitland, MD. Area residents attend Crossland High School. Andrews Air Force Base, home base of the Air Force Systems Command and the official presidential airplane Air Force One, is adjacent to Camp Springs and the base in particular, along with federal jobs in Washington, D.C., were major reasons for the community's original development. The Capital Beltway passes through the area, and Washington's Metrorail subway "Branch Avenue" station, terminus of the "Green Line" is located nearby. The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission operates a year-round indoor and outdoor public swimming pool on Allentown Road. The Camp Springs Senior Activity Center is housed in the former Camp Springs Elementary School.