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. Paths are unmarked. Paths lead from parking areas at Long Corner, Mullinix Mill, Route 94, Hipsley Mill, Howard Chapel and Route 97 road crossings over the river. Hunting is permitted only in designated areas. A portion of the park is a state wildlands area.


Reviews

Sylvia Tourstein

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Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017

The Winter Lights is just a fun event to drive at night to see the light decoration in the park. We did notice a few additions this year, which is great as well as seeing the year after year standards; the castle, the twirling gingerbread, teddy bearland and the light tunnels. The best time to go is during the weekdays, it's a few dollars cheaper and since it's more sparse you can really slow down and take your time. My only recommendation would be that ALL cars were required to drop down to parking lights. Headlights in your mirrors or coming at you really take away from the beauty of the decorative lights.

Michela Isabella

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Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018

Love Seneca Creek. Great place to walk around and in the winter they have their winter lights. A definite must if you have children.

Jared G. Wood

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Monday, Jan. 15, 2018

Great Park, nice atmosphere, great views. Worth stopping and seeing

Sergey Krupin

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Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017

Nice trail. Nice views! Great place for family rest

Asus Smith

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Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017

Beautiful park. The kids love the tire playground which was big and creative.