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We have fun, convenient and affordable programs for your entire family. Our 418 parks, dozens of facilities, our new Spring Registration website and our online Program eGuides make it easy for you to find classes, programs and parks near your home, work or school. Start planning some spring fun for your entire family today!
UPDATE: Come to a free CAMP EXPO this weekend at Cabin John Ice (Saturday, 9am-Noon) or Wheaton Ice Arena (Sunday, 11am-3pm). Last chance to save $25 off select sports and adventure camps! Click here for more info.
Fill your children's summer with fun, learning and adventure in a Montgomery Parks Summer Camp! The Summer Camp Guide is now available, and you can use the handy "Find a Camp" tool to easily search for camps your child will love by location, date, age and interest. Don't miss out on "Early Bird" discounts available on select camps!
Not sure what camps are the most suitable for your child? Attend one of our "Summer Camp Expos" and talk one-on-one with Montgomery Parks Naturalists and experienced recreational professionals who run our Summer Camp programs.
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 floorplans, check availability and reserve your Park Activity Building online now!
Did you know that since 2004, M-NCPPC 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.
The old outdoor ice rink in Wheaton Regional Park has been completely renovated and is now a first-rate place to play soccer, lacrosse and futsal! Learn more. Call 301-905-3070 or visit WheatonSportsPavilion.com for more details.
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.
Cabin John Regional Park, Flower Hill Local Park and Wheaton Regional Park have been selected for a special Macy's "Heart Your Park" fundraising campaign throughtout March. Learn how you can help support these parks here.
Montgomery Parks is delaying the opening of Little Seneca Lake in Black Hill Regional Park and Lake Needwood in Rock Creek Regional Park due to icy conditions caused by ongoing cold weather. Both lakes will remain closed for recreational boating, fishing and other uses until further notice. Park visitors are reminded that walking on or near ice over bodies of water is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS, and is not permitted in any Montgomery County Park. Montgomery Parks anticipates both lakes will open on or after March 15, but asks visitors to please check MontgomeryParks.org for updates. Learn more.
M-NCPPC Montgomery Parks invites you to attend a community meeting for the renovation of Caroline Freeland Park on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. During this meeting, Parks Staff will present three (3) new Plan Alternative Concepts that were developed based on input received during the first Community Meeting on November 6, 2013.
Attendees will have the opportunity to provide input on the Plan Alternatives during the meeting. A summary of comments and materials will be posted to the project’s website following the meeting, at which time additional comments may be communicated through email.
Construction has begun to renovate the Evans Parkway Neighborhood Park in Silver Spring, with completion anticipated in the spring of 2014. For more information, please visit the Evans Parkway Neighborhood Park webpage.
WSSC is beginning work to repair sewer lines within Rock Creek Regional Park. Details on impacts to the Rock Creek Hiker Biker Trail, Lakeside Trail and to trails to the 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.
The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is beginning a $2.2 million bridge deck replacement project along New Hampshire Avenue (MD 650) over Sligo Creek in Takoma Park beginning in May 2013. Construction is expected to last through 2014. Motorists should expect lane closures and traffic impacts during construction. While the Sligo Creek Hiker/Biker Trail will be open during construction, Sligo Creek Parkway will be closed at New Hampshire Avenue, and no through traffic will be allowed. For details on detours click here to access the full travel advisory from SHA.