Assateague State Park
Maryland's only ocean park located on Assateague Island. Features, events and camping information.
Big Run State Park
300 acres, rustic camping opportunities with 30 unimproved campsites and a youth group camping area
Calvert Cliffs State Park
Highlights the cliffs which dominate the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay for thirty miles in Calvert County. Trail guide and features.
Casselman River Bridge State Park
A single arch stone bridge that once served the old National Road. History and area map.
Chapel Point State Park
Located on the Port Tobacco River, it is an undeveloped multi-use park.
Cunningham Falls State Park
Official DNR site with history and description of camping, hiking, fishing, and other features.
Dan's Mountain State Park
Daylight only park named for Daniel Cresap, one of the first settlers in Allegany County. Directions, history and features.
Deep Creek Lake State Park
Department of Natural Resources information page includes environmental information, park hours and activities.
Department of Natural Resources: North Point State Park
Official site. Includes a park map, descriptions of facilities, and directions.
Elk Neck State Park
Sandy beaches, marshlands and heavily wooded bluffs comprise the peninsula formed by the North East and Elk Rivers, and the Chesapeake Bay, where this park is located. Description of amenities, map, and trail guide.
Gambrill State Park
History, features, trails and directions.
Gathland State Park
Once the mountain home of George Alfred Townsend, a Civil War journalist. It is the site of a unique collection of buildings and structures that he designed and constructed, some of which have been restored.
Greenbrier State Park
A multi-use park providing many kinds of recreation with the Appalachian Trail passing through the park and a 42-acre man-made lake and beach. Features, reservations and trail guide.
Greenwell State Park
A 596-acre State Park located on the Patuxent River. Trails, features and history.
Gunpowder Falls State Park
Includes park features, directions, and reservation form.
Hart-Miller Island State Park
Located in the Baltimore County waters of the Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of Middle River and is accessible only by boat.
Herrington Manor State Park
Located within Garrett State Forest development began in the 1930's with the aid of the Civilian Conservation Corps. A 53-acre lake was formed by damming Herrington Creek, and ten cabins were erected on a wooded knoll above the lake. Activities, trails and cabin information.
Janes Island State Park
Comprised of two distinct areas, a developed mainland section with cabins and camping areas, and a portion accessible only by boat.
Martinak State Park
Located in Denton. Find park hours and information, trail map, and camping reservations.
New Germany State Park
Lakeside park with hiking, fishing, watersports, cabins, and campsites, located within the Savage River State Forest.
Patapsco Valley State Park
Runs along Patapsco River and encompasses 14,000 acres and five developed recreational areas. Site offers newsletter, camping and visiting schedules, rules and regulations, and self-guided recreational activities.
Patuxent River State Park
Located in Howard and Montgomery counties, along the upper 12 miles of the Patuxent River, the park is comprised of 6,700 acres of natural areas and farmlands. Recreational use is primarily hunting, fishing, hiking and horseback riding.
Pocomoke River State Forest and Park
Trail maps, camping information, and event calendar from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Point Lookout State Park
Recreational peninsula. Features, history, profile and special facilities.
Rocks State Park
An 855-acre park with fishing, picnicking, and a waterfall. Map and contact information.
Rocky Gap State Park
Department of Natural Resources page with park information, hours, and events.
Rosaryville State Park and Mt. Airy Mansion
A 982 acre day-use park and the location of the historic Mount Airy Mansion. Miles of trails for hiking, biking and equestrians are available for day use.
Sandy Point State Park
786 acre park on the Chesapeake Bay offering swimming, fishing, crabbing, boating and windsurfing. Features, hours and fees.
Seneca Creek State Park
The park, comprised of 6,300 acres, extends along 14 scenic miles of Seneca Creek, as it winds its way to the Potomac River in Montgomery County.
Smallwood State Park
Includes marina on Mattawoman Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River, fishing, picnicking, camping, and a historic area.
South Mountain State Park
Historic park with 10,000 acres for hiking along the Appalachian Trail. History and amenities.
St. Clements Island State Park
The 40 acre park includes a memorial cross dedicated to the memory of the first Marylanders. Accessible only by boat. History and features.
St. Mary's River State Park
Situated at the northern end of the St. Mary's River watershed, the park shows a wide range of habitats, from wooded acres and fields to swamps and small streams. History and features.
Swallow Falls State Park
Along the Youghiogheny River, with a 63-foot waterfall. Includes campground rules and rates, and driving directions.
Tuckahoe State Park
Located in Queen Anne. Information from the Department of Natural Resources about the facilities, trails, and programs offered.
Washington Monument State Park
Named for the first monument in the country erected to the "father of our country," George Washington. A rugged stone tower was dedicated to the first president by the citizens of Boonsboro in 1827.
Wye Oak State Park
Consists of 29 acres, much of which protects the stream valley behind the park from development. Landmarks, history and features.
Last update:October 18, 2016 at 10:45:08 UTC