Things To Do
Piscataway Park is a scenic easement to preserve the view from Mount Vernon. There are many areas open to the public. Farmington Landing site, located on Piscataway Creek, is a nice place to launch small boats, or fish. Accokeek Creek site, has a boardwalk over a marsh area, a place to see all sorts of birds. Check out the National Colonial Farm, an 18th century farm and a modern day eco-farm, also has trails through the area. Continue to Marshall Hall site, to launch larger boats and fish, and views of the Potomac River.
Much of Piscataway Park is privately owned, respect the privacy of the homeowners who share the boundaries of Piscataway Park.
Did You Know?
The Potomac River is the second largest source of freshwater for the Chesapeake Bay. This 384 mile long river's watershed covers over 15,000 square miles.