Smallwood State Park2750 Sweden Point RoadMarbury MD 20658Contact: 301-743-7613E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: 5 a.m. to Sunset, April to October7 a.m. to Sunset, November to March
Smallwood State Park takes its name from General William Smallwood, a native born Charles Countian. He was the highest ranked Marylander who served in the American Revolutionary War. His house, called Smallwood's Retreat, has been restored and is open to visitors seasonally. Besides the restored house, the 628 acre park offers a marina, boat launching ramps, a picnic area, camping area, pavilions, a recycled tire playground and nature trails. On occasion, there are craft demonstrations, military exhibitions and other special events.
ALERT: The Smallwood State Park boat ramps will be closed on June 15th for the General Smallwood Triathlon. Alternative launch site can be found at Mattingly Park, Marshall Hall, and Mallows Bay.
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