Basic Information

Summers are generally hot and humid, with daytime highs frequently above 90 degrees Fahrenheit and scattered afternoon thunderstorms. Please carry water while participating in physical activity and be prepared to take shelter from lightning. Winters are generally cold, with nighttime lows frequently near freezing and occasional snowfall. Weather during spring and fall is generally moderate, but can change quickly.

Entrance Fees:

Piscataway Park - $0.00

All areas of Piscataway Park are free to the public.

National Colonial Farm at Piscataway Park - $0.00

The farm is free to the public. The Accokeek Foundation the operates the farm has special events throughout the year, some of the events have a fee.

National Colonial Farm

The National Colonial Farm provides visitor services for Piscataway Park. Hours of operation: March - December; Tuesday through Sunday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm December - March: Saturday and Sunday only 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

 
Piscataway Park boardwalk running along a wetland.
The boardwalk and living shoreline at Accokeek Creek are just a few of the things to discover in Piscataway Park.

Zachary Whitlow/NPS Photo

Piscataway Park offers many opportunities for exploration and recreation. Whether you are looking for birdwatching spots or great views of Mount Vernon, begin here to plan a memorable visit.

Last updated: March 5, 2016

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

13551 Fort Washington Road
Fort Washington, MD 20616

Phone:

301-763-4600
For information about programming and visitation call the National Colonial Farm, 301-283-2113. For information regarding the administration of Piscataway Park call, 301-763-4600

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