Smallwood State Park

Smallwood State Park


Location:In Charles County, 4 miles west of Pisgah, off MD 224.
Facilities:15 improved campsites (all with electric hookups), 4 camper cabins, 2 youth group camping sites, picnic areas and shelters, playground, hiking trails (2 miles), fishing piers, marina, boat launch ramps, boat rentals, food concession, historic home (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, flatwater canoeing, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Smallwood was the home of General William Smallwood, a Revolutionary War officer and the fourth governor of Maryland. His house, called Smallwood Retreat, has been restored and is open to visitors.
Address:2750 Sweden Point Rd
Marbury, MD 20658

Phone:301-743-7613
Web: www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/southern/smallwood.html
Size: 629 acres.

See other parks in Maryland.
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June 5-7, Potomac River, Smallwood State Park, Waldorf, Md.
Hot weather at the Butch Ward Memorial Bass Tournament, held June 23-25 on the Potomac River in Smallwood State Park, near Waldorf, Md., didn't slow down the southern anglers.
Butch Ward Memorial Bass Tournament Smallwood State Park, Waldorf, Md.
Coverage of the 7th Annual Potomac River Bass Tournament, June 23-25, at Smallwood State Park, Waldorf, Md., will be in the September PN.
The 6th Annual Potomac River Bass Tournament, held April 30-May 2 at Smallwood State Park, Charles County, Md., was the second stop on the 1999 PVA Bass Trail.
Maryland's Smallwood State Park, located on the Potomac River south of Washington, D.C., provides boating access to some great fishing spots--an important factor in its previous selection as a PVA Bass Tournament site.
Smallwood State Park recently sited four new prefabricated cabins in the campground near an existing accessible rest room with showers.
Competitors begin arriving at Smallwood State Park at 4:30 a.m.
The Potomac River Classic, held May 27-29 at Smallwood State Park in Waldorf, Md., kicked off the 1994-95 PVA National Bass Trail, a series of three fishing tournaments for members of Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) and other fishermen with disabilities.