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Fairland Recreational Park Trails

Fairland Recreational Park Trail Map LocatorDescription

Geographically situated in both the Coastal Plain and Piedmont, this Park is the only bi-county park owned by M-NCPPC.

The vegetation and wildlife will vary from our other parks due to its unique location. Of the 322 acres on the Montgomery County side, only 39 acres are developed because the area is environmentally sensitive

Unless noted otherwise on the map, trails marked “Natural Surface” and “Hard Surface” are "Shared by All" trails which includes hikers, bikers and equestrians. Additional information about permitted uses of Park trails is available on our Trail User Information page.

Fairland Recreational Park Trails Map (pdf)

 

Activities

Hiking Biking and Horseback Riding

Location

3928 Greencastle Road, Fairland MD. From the Beltway, Rte. 495, take Route 29 North to Greencastle Road approximately 10 miles from the. Turn right on Greencastle Road. The park entrance is on the left, approximately 1/2 mile.

Trail length/surface

1.5 miles hard surface trails,
5 miles natural surface trails

Trail characteristics

The Montgomery County side features both natural and hard surface trails, a playground, two softball fields, lighted baseball fields and tennis courts. Picnic shelters are available for reservation.

Located in the Prince George's County portion of the park is the Fairland Sports & Aquatic Complex [park map- (PDF)] which includes an indoor swim center, a gymnastic facility, indoor and outdoor tennis courts and a batting cage. More information about these facilities can be found at PGParks.com.

Drinking water

Yes, at picnic area

Restrooms

Yes, at picnic area

Access and parking
Accessibility

All access, plenty of parking lots. A hard surface path traverses the park. From the playground at the north through the ball fields to the south.

Contact

SmartParks: 301-670-8080 for non-emergency & trail maintenance.

Last update: September 11, 2014