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 »
Greenbelt Ranger Station near the campground will reopen in mid April
The Greenbelt Ranger Station near the campground will reopen seven days a week 9:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. starting for National Park Week. (April 19-27) The Greenbelt Park Headquarters will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Fire Danger Watch
The park is under a Fire Danger Watch. Do not leave fires unattended. Please make sure your campfire or grill is completely out. Please remember that all campfires must be contained in the grill.
Join Our Friends
The Friends of Still Creek invites you to discover Greenbelt Park and the Still Creek watershed. Learn how to help in the protection and restoration of Still Creek.
Directions- Enter the park from Greenbelt Road and proceed to the stop sign. (you will pass the U.S. Park Police building on the right and the Park Headuarters on the left) Take a right at the stop sign and proceed 1.5 miles ( you will pass the Sweetgum Picnic Area on your left and the Dogwood Trail parking area on your right) to the Ranger Station near the campground. The meeting is in the classroom located in the back of the Ranger Station.
In the past few months, we have participated in the City of Greenbelt Green Man Festival, City of Greenbelt Informational day on Labor Day weekend, and National Public Lands Day at Greenbelt Park.
Discover ways you can help with the Still Creek Watershed.
Did You Know?
Greenbelt Park campground (located in Maryland) was closed in 1978 so that Native Americans could camp while in Washington, D.C. as a part of the Longest Walk that started in Sacramento, California. The walk was a part of Native Americans protest of how the government was treating Native Americans.