Monocacy River Natural Resources Management Area
c/o Seneca Creek State Park11950 Clopper RoadGaithersburg, MD 20878
From the Washington, D.C. area take I-270 north toward Rockville and exit at Route 28 west toward Frederick County. Approximately one mile after crossing the Frederick County line you will see the main parking area marked before reaching the Monocacy River Bridge. For additional access points, contact Seneca Creek State Park, which manages this facility.
Sunrise to Sunset
Hunters are allowed in the woods 1 hour before sunrise to 1 hour after sunset during deer season.
Certain activities are permitted outside of the regular park hours (e.g. fishing, boat launch, hunting where permitted). Please check with the park before your visit if you plan to engage in an activity which requires you to be in the park before or after the posted hours.
Pets are allowed in Monocacy NRMA.
Located in Frederick County, near Dickerson, Monocacy River Natural Resources Management Area is comprised of 1,800 acres of natural areas and farmlands along the Monocacy River. Recreational use is primarily hunting, fishing, hiking and horseback riding. Paths are unmarked. The Maryland Park Service does not rent horses, and only provides the trails as a means of recreation. Fishing access is available at parking areas at Park Mills Road and Route 28 road crossings of the Monocacy River.
Boat ramp and parking located off Park Mills Road. A parking area is available off Route 28 at the Monocacy River Bridge. Designated hunting areas. Unmarked hiking and equestrian trails.
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