• Campers relaxing at their site

    Greenbelt

    Park Maryland

There are park alerts in effect.
hide Alerts »
  • Tick Alert

    Greenbelt Park has issued a tick alert. Ticks have been spotted on park staff and visitors. Please use precautions such as tick repellant. Click the following for more information on Ticks and tick prevention More »

Animals

Chipmunk Tamias striatus

Gray Squirrel Sciurus carolinensis

Flying Squirrel Glaucomys volans

White tailed Deer Odocoilieus virginianus

Eastern Mole Scalopus aquaticus

White-Footed Mouse Paramyscus leucopus

Red Fox Vulpes fulva

Beaver Castor canadensis

Raccoon Procyon lotor

Eastern Cottontail Sylvilagus floridanus

Woodchuck Marmota monax

Opossum Didelphis marsupialis

Skunk Mephitis mephitis

Brown bat Myotis lucifugus
 
picture of a buck in Greenbelt Park
Remember to please NOT feed the animals in Greenbelt Park. Feeding any animal will draw them to the roads and lead to many dangerous situations for deer and people. The park is a natural environment where deer can feed and live off the land.
 
a picture of a turtle
A turtle attempting to cross the road.
Please be careful while driving through Greenbelt Park.
 
A picture of a buck in Greenbelt Park, Md.
A white tailed buck in the forest.
Please be aware of white tailed deer while driving through Greenbelt Park.

Did You Know?

a picture of the Native Amercan Longest walk banner

that the Greenbelt Park (Md) campground hosted the Native American's Longest Walk II. The original Longest Walk was completed in 1978 as Native Americans protested the rights and conditions of the Native American communities.