Frederick Parks & Recreation
Frederick’s location in Central Maryland places it in and among some beautiful National, State and County parks. The many Frederick Parks & Recreation facilities offer many places to celebrate our beautiful area.
National Parks Near Frederick Md
National Parks include Monocacy National Battlefield, Catoctin Mountain Park, Applalachian National Scenic Trail, the C & O Canal, (check out the C & O Canal Bicycling Guide), Appalachian Trail, and Antietam National Battlefield.
State Parks Near Frederick Md
State Parks include Cunningham Falls State Park, South Mountain State Battlefield, and Gathland, Greenbrier (with its 42-acre man-made lake and beach), and Gambrill State Parks.
Frederick County Parks
Frederick County has many regional parks, for Frederick Parks & recreation, including Fountain Rock Park, where children can learn in the nature center, all can enjoy picnics, playgrounds, trails and a visit to the lime kilns. Pinecliff Park has baseball fields, playgrounds, grills and picnic shelters, volleyball nets and boat ramps (to the Monocacy River. During the winter there is a sled run and ice skating. Rose Hill Manor is an historic mansion and park, once owned by Governor Thomas Johnson, Maryland’s first governor. The manor has many educational programs for children, as well as tours for all ages. Read about the other 26 Frederick County Parks.
Frederick City Parks
Frederick City parks include 422+ acres and over 76 parks. You can find out about all of the great programs they offer on their William R. Talley Recreation Center Facebook Page.
Frederick is truly a park-lover’s paradise. Be sure to explore the many Frederick parks and recreation facilities. Learn more about Frederick Md Real Estate and Living.