The Visitor Center is a perfect place to get more information about the park, attend a nature program, purchase boating permit, or take a break to enjoy a glorious sunset. Black Hill Visitor Center and Nature Programs (BHNP) is a Maryland Green Center as certified by the Maryland Association of Environmental and Outdoor Educators.
The site includes an historic cemetery and is located adjacent to the Darnestown Village Center and single family residences. Background. A facility planning study was conducted, and a plan for the park was approved by the Montgomery County Planning Board on September 6, 2007.
Fountain Hills Local Park, a Park, in Germantown, MD 20874, address and phone number. Parks provide information on indoor and outdoor recreational areas and facilities, playgrounds, ball and athletic fields, trails, and general outdoor nature areas.
Germantown Town Center Urban Park was officially opened to the public on Saturday, October 17, 2015. This unique 8.80-acre urban park is located amidst mixed-use development including housing, the Germantown Regional Library, the Black Rock Center for the Arts and numerous local businesses and restaurants.
This section winds through Great Seneca Stream Valley Park, Goshen Recreational Park and the North Germantown Greenway. Long-range plans call for the Seneca Creek Greenway Trail to follow Seneca Creek from the Potomac River all of the way up to Patuxent River State Park.
Hoyles Mill Trail is a hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, road biking, trail running, walking adventure located in or near South Germantown Recreational Park, MD. Enjoy & research South Germantown Recreational Park, Maryland with trail guides, topo maps, photos, reviews & GPS routes on Trails.com.
Contact Us The MOOseum is a dairy heritage museum dedicated to interpreting the rich history of the farms, the families, and related organizations and businesses of Montgomery County, Maryland. Their stories are told through a permanent collection featuring inter-active exhibits and educational programs.
Little Bennett Regional Park is the largest natural gem of Montgomery County. It lies just a few miles from Interstate 270. Spread over 3,700 acres, the park offers beautiful scenery, a large campground, a small playground, more than a dozen historic sites and over 25 miles of scenic natural surface trails.
Magruder Branch Hiker-Biker Trail Extension Map Description This project extends the existing Magruder Branch Trail located in the Magruder Branch Stream Valley Park from its current terminus at Valley Park Drive northward to the Damascus Town Center.
Ridge Road Recreational Park features multiple ball fields, courts for tennis and volleyball, an in-line hockey rink, as well as picnic shelters and a playground on 56 acres of land. Bring your furry friends because there’s also an enclosed area for dogs to play in.
South Germantown Recreational Park is one of Montgomery Parks’ most active parks! The large park offers variety of activities to choose from, including hiking, biking, archery, miniature golf, swimming, soccer, picnicking, and adventure play, to name just a few.
The playground at South Gunners Branch Local Park is currently under construction. The renovation work is a part of the Playground Renovation Program to replace playgrounds that are at the end of their life cycle. This project will renovate and replace the existing playground and improve access to the area.
The Cool Springs Trail is harder though and less family-friendly (stream crossings and steep sections). For a family route, it is best to ride it as an out-and-back. Via connecting trails, it is possible to reach Ten Mile Creek Rd and even Clarsburg Rd. (more north; near intersection with Chrisman Hill Dr).
Sometime before 1858, Zacariah added the brick and frame, two-story addition that is now the center section of the house. After his death, his widow sold Pleasant Fields to her brother, Dr. William Alexander Waters in 1882. Dr. Waters built the third section of the house to accommodate his growing family in the 1890s.