Prince George's County Information

 

Prince George’s County, once known as a rural tobacco producing colony, has grown to a technological advanced and affluent community over the past one hundred years. With over three hundred designated Historic Sites and almost a dozen National Register Historic Districts, this county is rich with hard-working, American history. In fact, Prince George’s County is home to the world’s oldest continuously operating airport.

 

Prince George’s County has a diverse range of attractions for visitors and residents. Hop over to Six Flags for a thrilling rollercoaster ride or take a seat at FedEx Field and watch some Sunday night football! Neither of those sound interesting? That’s okay! Instead, take a stroll through the National Wildlife Visitor Center and experience nature firsthand. No matter what kind of fun you are looking for, you can definitely find it in Prince George’s County.

 

Historical Sites

Prince George Historical Society

Mount Calvert Historical & Archaeological Park

Montpelier Mansion Historic Site

Riversdale House Museum

Bostwick House

 

Parks & Recreational Area

Rosaryville State Park

Chapman State Park

Cedarville State Forest

 

Universities

Prince George’s Community College

Strayer University

University of Maryland

Bowie State University

 

Local Restaurants

BK Grill

Jerry’s Seafood

Franklin Brewery

Crab Cake Cafe

 

Golf Courses

Oak Creek Golf Course

Gunpowder Golf Course

Bowie Golf Club

 

Attractions

Six Flags of America

The Capital Wheel

Fort Washington Park

Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Garden

 

Local Markets

Greenbelt Farmers Market

City of Bowie Farmers Market

Dutch Village Market

Downtown College Park Farmers Market

 

Vineyards, Wineries & Breweries

Romano Vineyard & Winery

Robin Hill Farm & Vineyards

Jane Mark Winery & Vineyard

Hellbender Brewing Co.

Granite City Food & Brewery

Streetcar 82 Brewing Co.

 

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