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This program provides our servicemen and women unique opportunities in MD state parks.
Maryland residents visit State Parks for relaxation, historic sites and hiking.
The first-ever comprehensive Maryland State Parks Economic Impact and Visitor Study indicates Maryland State Parks have an estimated annual economic benefit to local economies and the State of more than $650 million annually.
Both day and overnight visitors to State Parks were surveyed between May and October 2010 for the study, which was conducted in partnership with the Maryland Office of Tourism Development, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Maryland Association of Destination Marketing Organizations.
The Maryland Park Service hosts several significant Civil War sites, such as South Mountain, Point Lookout, and the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park.
The Maryland Conservation Corps and the Conservation Jobs Corps are doing great things in Maryland. See what they are up to...
The mission of the Maryland Park Service is to manage the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources to provide the best use for the benefit of people.
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