Portions of the park will be closed from approx. 3:00 PM, Friday, September 19, 2014 through Sunday, September 21, 2014. Picnic areas and campgrounds will remain open. Call the visitor center for additional information 301-663-9388.
How to Donate to Catoctin Mountain Park:
Thank you for your interest in supporting Catoctin Mountain Park. Your donation will enhance the programs and activities to protect park resources and the visitor experience at Catoctin Mountain Park. The National Park Service has a proud tradition of celebrating charitable support and philanthropic contributions continue to make a significant difference at our parks today. We welcome and are truly grateful for your interest in being part of this legacy. There are several ways to support Catoctin Mountain Park:
The park is able to accept direct donations. If you are interested in donating directly to the park you may contact the Superintendent by phone (301-663-9330) or e-mail.
Donations may be made out to National Park Service sent to:
Superintendent, Catoctin Mountain Park, 6602 Foxville Road, Thurmont, MD 21788
We are unable to accept donations online at this time.
Support the National Park Foundation
Donate to the National Park Foundation, the official national charitable partner for the entire National Park System. The National Park Foundation continues a tradition of private support for the parks begun by the American people more than a century ago. Your donations to the National Park Foundation ensures that the continued history and rich heritage of park philanthropy across the nation remains vital and relevant.
For more information contact the National Park Foundation at:
National Park Foundation, 1201 Eye Street, NW, Suite 550B, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 354-6460 www.national parks.org
Did You Know?
The brook trout is a very colorful fish native to the streams of Catoctin. It is actually not a trout as its common name implies, but is a charr, a close cousin to the trout in the salmon family. Brown and rainbow trout are also present in Catoctin's streams but are not native to the eastern US.