Ridge Road Recreational Park

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Managed Turf
    Managed Turf
  • Picnic Shelter
    Picnic Shelter
  • Playground
  • Softball
  • Tennis

Ridge Road Recreational Park features multiple ball fields, courts for tennis and volleyball, an in-line hockey rink, as well as picnic shelters and a playground on 56 acres of land. Bring your furry friends because there’s also an enclosed area for dogs to play in.

Visitors must adhere to the following recommendations at this park:

  • County and park rules require that dogs be kept on a leash at all times.
  • Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in the park.
  • Visitors to the park must follow M-NCPPC Rules and Regulations, as well as any rule specific to a park facility or activity.

Ridge Road Recreational Park Amenities



Use a  basketball court, tennis court and sand volleyball court  on a first-come, first-served basis at Ridge Road Recreational Park.


Athletic Fields

Ridge Road Recreational Park features one soccer/football field with lights and one soccer/football field without lights. All fields for baseball and softball contain lights. All fields at this park are permitted for games only.  Contact Park Permits for applications and guidelines for use.

Dog Park

The half-acre, fenced dog park provides a place for county residents and their dogs to play. Please see the Montgomery Parks Dog Parks web page for complete information and rules for patrons.

In-line Hockey Rink

The in-line hockey rink can either be reserved for games through Park Permits or on a first-come, first-served basis.

Picnic Shelters

Visitors can rent three picnic shelters through Park Permits from April 1 through October 31. Please see Recreational/Regional Picnic Shelters for details and guidelines for use.

Other Park Features

A playground sits between Shelters A and B and a permanent restroom. Restrooms are also available at the in-line hockey rink and at the picnic shelters from April through October. A network of hard and natural surface trails can accommodate hikers and bikers.

Last Updated: September 14, 2016