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Please find details on Montgomery Parks operating hours and programming for Thanksgiving weekend here.
Work is scheduled to begin improving access to Olney Family Neighborhood Park. The project will also make the rest of the trails within the park accessible to residents entering from the Treadway side. For more information, click here.
Montgomery Parks is planning updates for Wheaton Regional Park and is soliciting input from the public. To find out more about the plan and how you can share your ideas please visit www.ParkPlanning.org
Trail work will close the pedestrian bridge at the Ten Mile Creek tributary to Little Seneca Lake this fall. Access will be limited to the trails in the NW corner of Black Hill Regional Park (Ten Mile Creek Trail system, specifically the Osprey Heights Loop, Lake View Loop and Turkey Hill Loop) . Click here for more infomation on trails in Black Hill RP.
Renovations are underway to repave and reline the tennis court at Battery Lane Urban Park. Work is scheduled to be complete by November, weather permitting. Permanent color coating of court will be completed in the spring. For further information, please click here.
The entire parking lot at Indian Spring Local Park is scheduled for repairs to improve accessibility. Parking and driveway access will be restricted to public roadways during asphalt repairs. The construction is scheduled through November. For more info, please contact MontgomeryParks.org
Montgomery Park Staff will begin preparing play lots for the winter season. Each lot will be closed for a 24-hour period while work is being done. Click here for more information on play lots schedules and timelines.
Work on a new shared-use six-mile natural surface trail along the western side of Little Seneca Lake in Black Hill Regional Park is underway. Construction phases will take place over the course of the next year to enhance connections to the existing trail network of Black Hill Trail and Ten Mile Creek. Please visit www.MontgomeryTrails.org for more info.
Playground renovations are underway at Waters Landing Local Park, and the playground there will be closed as part of the Playground Renovation Program. Work will include storm water management and improved access to park facilities. Click here for more info.
Work continues on the Rock Creek Trail north of Norbeck Road in the Rock Creek Regional Park area this October. The project will require partial closure of the trail for bridge repairs and to repave parts of the trail leading to bridge. A detour will be posted when trail repaving begins. Watch for detour signs and use caution around work areas.
Montgomery Parks will begin improvements to Layhill Village Local Park. A portion of the work will require the tennis courts to close temporarily. Access to the Recreation Center and playground will not be affected, but part of the parking lot and access to the trail will also be closed through November. For more info, click here.
Storm water management work is scheduled to continue this fall on the Rock Creek Hiker - Biker Trail, between Franklin Street and Knowles Avenue. Work is scheduled through December. Parts of the trail will be inaccessible during project. Please follow detours and flaggers when around work areas.
WSSC has a number of projects taking place in parks, including Magruder Branch, Sligo Creek, Rock Creek, Seneca Creek, and Long Branch Stream Valleys. Portions of the Paint Branch Trail between East Randolph and Fairland Roads have restricted access; but detours are available.
Temporary access roads and sewer bypass pipes have been constructed, and trails will be accessible to park patrons. Please use caution around construction sites. Work is expected to continue through 2016. For more information, please visit the WSSC Sewer Repair, Replacement and Rehabilitation Program site or call 301-206-8732.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) is continuing trail work in parks, including work on the Rock Creek Hiker-Biker Trail in Rock Creek Regional Park. near Dewey Local Park; and work on Sligo Creek Trail near Kemp Mill Road. Please follow detour signs and use caution in these areas.
A WSSC project will require the parking lot on Sligo Creek Parkway south of Wayne Avenue to be closed through April 2016. WSSC work will include sewer line and manhole repairs, and stream restoration work to cover up exposed assets in Sligo Creek. For more info on WSSC projects in the park, please click here.
A portion of the Western Piedmont Trail in Little Bennett Regional Park is closed for construction below Hyattstown Mill where the trail crosses Little Bennett Creek while a new bridge is being installed. Construction is expected to last up to a year. For more information on park trails, visit MontgomeryTrails.org.
Ayrlawn Local Park: Access and parking upgrades to provide access to tennis courts and playground, scheduled through Fall 2015.
Pleasant View Local Park: Improvements to trails, sidewalks and the ballfield will take place through November 2015.
Potomac Community Neighborhood Park: Improvements to the tennis courts, basketball courts and playground will take place through November 2015. Park access may be temporarily affected by construction.
Damascus Regional Park: Restrooms upgraded and parking access scheduled to be improved. Work scheduled to be completed by April 2016.
For more information please visit Accessibility Information for Montgomery Parks.
Portions of the Paint Branch Trail located in Martin Luther King, Jr. Regional Park between Jackson Road and the Billington Road Trail Connector will be closed through October 2015. For more details, please visit MontgomeryTrails.org.
Rehabilitation work on the Stone Barn and Carriage House at Woodlawn Park Visitor Center is expected to continue through August 2015. The grounds at Woodlawn Manor House, including the gazebo garden, event tent and Underground Railroad Experience Trail will remain open during construction. Visitors are urged to use caution around construction areas. Click here for additional information.
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Make a new holiday tradition at the Garden of Lights Walk Through Holiday Light Display starting November 27 through January 3! Tickets are on sale now at Brookside Gardens' Gift Shop. Visit www.BrooksideGardens.org for more information.
Get a great preview of what you can see and explore at Locust Grove Nature Center. Hop on over to Emily Stashower's post on the Behnkes Garden Blog...and plan a trip to Locust Grove Nature Center soon!
Winter is right around the corner...and we have lots of festivals and events to help you enjoy the season! Check out www.MontgomeryParks.org/festivals for a list of major events happening in late November through February.
Beginning immediately, you can register for classes, check facility availability and reserve facilities offered by Montgomery Parks AND Montgomery County Department of Recreation using ONE convenient system. Visit www.ActiveMONTGOMERY.org to browse and sign up for available classes and facilities offered by both agencies.
Are you planning a birthday party, reunion, or other event? We have just the location for you! Park Activity Buildings are conveniently located throughout Montgomery Parks, and include kitchen facilities and the interior space to handle events ranging in size from 40 to 180 people. Find photos and floor plans, check availability and reserve your Park Activity Building online now!
Montgomery Parks has completed an Interim Transition Plan to bring the park system into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The plan includes an overview of the park system, identifies barriers to accessibility, and outlines a long-term strategy to remove those barriers. The final transition plan is expected to be submitted by August 2016.
Download 2014 Interim Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan. Visit Accessibility Information for Montgomery Parks for updated information and to provide your comments regarding the plan.
Stay connected with Montgomery Parks through online and social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. Tell us how we're doing, find our Program Guide and Event Calendar, and several other ways to connect and communicate with Montgomery Parks.