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Little Bennet Park

Posted by on March 9, 2012

Field Trip: Little Bennett Park
Location: 23701 Frederick Road
Clarksburg, MD 20871
Contact: 301-528-3450
Grades: PreK and up

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About the Park:

Little Bennett Regional Park is the largest natural gem of Montgomery County. Throughout its 3,700 acres, you will find over 20 miles of trails leading you to and through quality forests, meadows, and streams. This vast park is home to many historic sites, as well as an abundance of native plants and animals. Additionally, you will find Montgomery County’s only campground, and the Little Bennett Golf Course.

Enjoy the vast natural resources and scenic beauty of this undeveloped park as you explore the remnants of the past, including:

  • The Zeigler Log House
  • Hyattstown Saw and Grist Mill
  • 19th Century King’s Distillery
  • The Kingsley School House
  • And more

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One Response to Little Bennet Park

  1. Christy

    Perfect trails for all ages, lots of spots to stop and draw. The trails are well marked and specifically the mound builder trail has amazing ant hills to observe.

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