Cedarville State Park Information

Location:

Prince George's County

Southern Maryland Recreational Complex
Cedarville State Forest
10201 Bee Oak Road
Brandywine, MD 20613​​


Contact:

301-888-1410​ or 301-888-2165


Driving Directions:
  • From Annapolis:
    Follow Route 50 West to Route 301 South. From Route 301 South travel to Cedarville Road (at the very end of Prince George's County). At traffic light, take a left on Cedarville Road. As a landmark there will be a large white warehouse located on the left hand side. Take Cedarville Road to Bee Oak Road (on you right) which will be the main entrance to the forest.
  • From Prince George's County:
    Travel Route 301/5 South and take a left on Cedarville Road. Follow directions above from Cedarville Road.
  • From Waldorf (Charles County):
    Follow Route 5/301 north into Prince George's County. As soon as you cross into Prince George's County turn right onto Cedarville Road. Follow Cedarville Road to Bee Oak Road (on your right) which is the main entrance for the forest.
  • From Washington, D.C.:
    Follow either Branch Avenue (Route 5) or Pennsylvania Avenue (Route 4). If using Route 5, follow Route 5 for directions from Prince George's County above. If using Pennsylvania Avenue (Route 4), follow Route 301 south from Prince George's County. At the end of Prince George's County and before you enter Charles County, turn left onto Cedarville Road. Follow Cedarville Road to Bee Oak Road (on your right) which is the entrance to the forest.​

Hours of Operation:

​Sunrise to Sunset

Certain activities are permitted outside of the regular park hours (hunting where permitted). Please check with the park before your visit if you plan to engage in an activity which requires you to be in the park before or after the posted hours.


Hunting Policy:
  • General hunting permitted in 1,100 acre designated hunting area
  • Hunt from Vehicle provisions for disabled hunters

Pet Policy:
  • Pets are allowed in the campground but must remain on a leash
  • Pets are allowed in day-use area but must remain on a leash