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Nearby Attractions

National Park Service Areas

Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens
202-426-5961 8 miles

National Mall
202-426-6841 13 miles

Lincoln Memorial
13 miles

Martin Luther King Memorial
13 miles

President's Park (White House)
202-208-1631 13 miles

Washington Monument
13 miles

Vietnam Veterans Memorial
13 miles

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
202-426-5961 14 miles

Rock Creek Park
202-282-1063 16 miles

Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm
301-839-0211 20 miles

Fort Washington Park
301-763-4600 30mi

Fort McHenry National Monument
410-962-4290 32 miles

Other Attractions

City of Greenbelt including museum
301-474-8000 1 mile

Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA)
301-286-3979 3 miles

College Park Aviation Museum
301-864-6029 3 miles

University of Maryland
301-405-1000 4 miles

Patuxent Wildlife Visitor Center
301-497-5760 7 miles

Beltsville Agricultural Research Center
301-504-9403 5 miles

Fed Ex Field
Home of the Washington Redskins NFL 9.4 miles

Nationals Park
Home of the Washington Nationals MLB 10 miles

Six Flags Amusement Park
301-249-1500 12 miles

Annapolis, Maryland
Home of the U.S. Naval Academy and capital of the state of Maryland-
19 miles

Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland
Camden Yards (home of the Baltimore Orioles MLB) and M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens NFL)
1-877-Baltimore 36 miles

Local Partners & Information Resources

Prince Georges County Visitor Bureau

Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association

Washington D.C. Tourist Bureau

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.