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Patapsco State Park © Jaganadha R Sastry Karra
Deer Creek State Park Kilgore Falls © Lynn Cordell
Top of the falls in Deer Creek State Park
Swallow Falls State Park Muddy Creek Falls © Kelly Russo
Muddy Creek Falls in summer
Patapsco State Park Cascade Falls © Jaganadha R Sastry Karra
This is the Cascade Falls in the State Park
Baltimore Oriole © stateparks.com
A Baltimore Orioles nest is a tightly woven pouch located on the end of a branch hanging down on the underside.
Keep On Leash © stateparks.com
Campfire and Hotdogs © stateparks.com
Roasting hot dogs over an open fire.
Picnic Table © stateparks.com
It is always a great day for a picnic in the park.
Small Boy Fishing © stateparks.com
Gone fishin.
Spring Hike © stateparks.com
Afternoon Hike © stateparks.com
Maryland's Capital Region Region Parks

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National Parks
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State Parks
Parks in this region are near these Maryland Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
SILVER SPRING
GAITHERSBURG
GERMANTOWN
FORT WASHINGTON
POTOMAC
ROCKVILLE
HYATTSVILLE
UPPER MARLBORO
DISTRICT HEIGHTS
FREDERICK
TEMPLE HILLS
LANHAM
CAPITOL HEIGHTS
BETHESDA
CLINTON
MONTGOMERY VILLAGE
Gambrill State Park
Gambrill State Park has its beginnings when public-spirited conservationists of Frederick County purchased this tract of land on Catoctin Mountain and donated it to the City of Frederick to be used for a municipal mountain park. On September 7, 1934, the City presented the acreage to the State for use ........more >
Glen Echo Park
Glen Echo Park began in 1891 as a National Chautauqua Assembly to promote liberal and practical education. By 1911, it transformed into DC's premier amusement park until it closed in 1968. Since 1971, the National Park Service has owned and operated the site and today, with the help of the Glen Echo ........more >
Monocacy National Battlefield
During the summer of 1864, the Confederacy carried out a bold plan to turn the tide of the Civil War in their favor. They planned to capture Washington, DC and influence the election of 1864. On July 9, however, Federal soldiers outnumbered three to one, fought gallantly along the banks of the Monocacy ........more >
Seneca Creek State Park
The park, comprised of 6,300 acres, extends along 14 scenic miles of Seneca Creek, as it winds its way to the Potomac River. The Clopper Day-Use Area contains many scenic areas, including the 90-acre Clopper Lake, surrounded by forests and fields. Picnicking, boat rentals, trails and a tire playground ........more >
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