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Join us for this year's Green Matters Symposium at the Silver Spring Civic Center. Green Matters is an annual symposium that concentrates attention on the coming together of horticulture and environmental issues. Learn more
Montgomery Parks offers fun-filled half- and whole-day summer camps throughout June, July and most of August. Camps are open to all children in Montgomery County, Frederick County, Howard County, Prince George's and beyond. Be sure to check out Camps that offer Early Bird Registration discounts! It's easy to find your favorite camps with our new search tool. Click to start your search!
Montgomery Parks is launching a new program to remove snow from the Capital Crescent Trail this winter. Find out more here: CCTSnow.
Visit our new microsite at CabinJohnIce.com for events, classes, skating schedules and more. Tell us what you think.
M-NCPPC Montgomery Parks has begun construction on the Stone Barn and Carriage House at Woodlawn Park, which is expected to last through the spring of 2015.
The grounds around Woodlawn Manor House, gazebo garden, event tent and Underground Railroad Experience Trail will remain open during construction. Visitors are urged to use caution near construction areas. Click here for additional information or call 301-495-2595.
If left unchecked, deer populations can grow exponentially. As the number of deer continue to increase, it is likely that deer-related conflicts will continue to increase. Habitat will degrade and in the long run, the deer will suffer as the population becomes malnourished, unhealthy, and susceptible to disease. A program of deer population reduction can reduce both deer-human conflicts and deer impacts, and must be considered as a tool in the long-term reduction of deer-related conflicts in Montgomery County. The County's Deer Management Plan outlines methods of population reduction for public and private lands.
Montgomery Parks has recently updated its 1997 policy for siting telecommunications facilities on park property. More info
WSSC is beginning work to repair sewer lines within Rock Creek Regional Park. Details on impacts to Lakeside Trail and to trails west of Lake Needwood are available at ParkProjects.org. For more information on WSSC Consent Decree projects, please visit the WSSC website or call Montgomery Parks at 301-495-2595.
Are you planning a birthday party, reunion, or other event? We have just the location for you! Park Activity Buildings are conveniently located throughout Montgomery Parks and include kitchen facilities and the interior space to handle events ranging in size from 40 to 180 people. Find photos and floor plans, check availability and reserve your Park Activity Building online now!
Did you know that since 2004, Montgomery Parks has reduced electricity use by 33%, natural gas use by 37%, propane use by 46% and water and sewage use by 30%? Montgomery Parks and Montgomery County Planning implemented a comprehensive utilities management program in July 2003 that established projects and programs to more efficiently use energy and water resources.
Review the Fiscal Year 2014 Resource Conservation Plan presented to the Montgomery County Planning Board on January 31, 2013, and learn what programs, projects and savings the Department has implemented and plans to work on.
Visit the Parks Store to find a variety of apparel, mugs, hats, clocks, magnets, pet bowls, and more. These make great gifts for people who love parks! All proceeds support Montgomery Parks programs and services.
Stay connected with Montgomery Parks through online and social media tools like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. Tell us how we're doing, find our Program Guide and event calendar, and several other ways to connect and communicate with Montgomery Parks.
Have a question? Notice a problem in a park? We can help. Report a Problem or Ask a Question.
The Muncaster Mill Trail is closed for bridge replacement and trail maintenance south of Meadowside Nature Center. Detour signs are posted to direct visitors to an alternate route. Work is expected to be complete in mid-January.
Hillandale Road between Little Falls Parkway and Willett Parkway is closed due to the partial collapse of a culvert pipe that crosses underneath Hillandale Road. The road is closed until further notice while the pipe is being replaced. Montgomery Parks is working with the Montgomery County Department of Transportation to expedite the design, procurement, and installation of a replacement structure and will reopen Hillandale Road as soon as it is safe to do so. Please check this web page for updates or call 301-495-2525.
The portion of the Muncaster Mill Trail under Muncaster Mill Road leading up to the Kengla House is permanently closed due to excessive and cumulative storm damage.
There is no longer access to the trails south of Muncaster Mill Road from the Kengla House trail head parking area. Instead park at Meadowside Nature Center to access the trails. Please call 301-495-2595 for more information.
A presentation and notes from the community meeting held December 3, 2014 on the proposed use of this building by the Rock Creek Dance Academy are located at this page.
Montgomery Parks has completed an Interim Transition Plan to bring the park system into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This document provides an overview of the park system, identifies barriers to accessibility, and outlines a long-term strategy to remove those barriers.
The Interim is a status of Montgomery Parks efforts through mid- 2014. The Final Transition Plan will be submitted on or before August 2016. Download 2014 Interim Self Evaluation and Transition Plan. Visit Accessibility Information for Montgomery Parks for updated information and to provide your comments regarding the plan.
Construction has begun in Magruder Branch Stream Valley and along the associated hiker/biker trails, as well as along Sligo Creek Parkway. The construction is expected to continue throughout 2015.
There will be temporary construction access roads built and there will be large sewage bypass pipes alongside the roads and trails, but the trails will be accessible to the public during the construction. Caution should be used when using these trails. For more information, please visit the WSSC Sewer Repair, Replacement and Rehabilitation Program site or call 301-206-8732.