State Park Directory

Maryland’s extraordinary, diverse, and beautiful public lands were the reason the National Geographic Magazine called the state of Maryland "America in Miniature". Maryland has everything from the Appalachian Mountain and the Chesapeake Bay to marshland on the Eastern Shore to the Atlantic Ocean. The best news is that there is a state park or forest within minutes of your home. Whether you want to take a break locally or another part of the state, you can find opportunities at the click of your computer mouse.

Click on the region below to view a map of the parks in that region. If you are not able to see the map, use the alphabetical listing of parks below, or please view Access for All for a list of facilities and programs that are accessible to visitors with disabilities.

 

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Click here to find a park by type of activity.

Click a link below to view more information about that park:

  
Assateague
Big Run
Bill Burton Pier
Calvert Cliffs
Casselman River
Cedarville
Chapel Point
Chapman
Cunningham Falls
Dan's Mountain
Deep Creek Lake
Deep Creek Lake NRMA
Elk Neck
Fair Hill NRMA
Fort Frederick
Gambrill
Gathland
Greenbrier
Greenwell
Gunpowder Falls
Harriet Tubman UGRR
Hart-Miller Island
Herrington Manor
Janes Island
Martinak
Merkle
Monocacy River
Morgan Run
New Germany
Newtowne Neck
North Point
Palmer
Patapsco Valley
Patuxent River
Pocomoke River
Point Lookout
Purse
Rocks
Rocky Gap
Rosaryville
Sandy Point
Sassafras NRMA
Seneca Creek
Smallwood
Soldiers Delight
South Mountain
South Mountain Battlefield
St. Clements Island
St. Mary's River
Susquehanna
Swallow Falls
Tawes Garden
Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail
Tuckahoe
Washington Monument
Western Maryland Rail Trail
Woodmont NRMA
Wye Island
Wye Oak
Youghiogheny River