Greenwell State Park & Foundation
Nearly 600 acres of parkland, 10 miles of trails, and two miles of waterfront along the Patuxent River with an accessible 50 ft. pier. Kayak/canoe launch sites, beach and picnic areas.
The Greenwell Foundation is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing accessible and inclusive programs, services and facilities for all community members, with and without disabilities, in Southern Maryland. The Foundation operates in Greenwell State Park, a 600-acre property located along the lower Patuxent River in Hollywood, Maryland.
Greenwellhas a wheelchair-accessible floating kayak and canoe launch, open to the public during regular park hours (sunrise to sunset). The park boasts 10 miles of trails, beaches, picnic tables, grills, gorgeous views and plenty of open space.
Wheelchair accessible facilities: Quarter Creek Pavilion and Rosedale Manor House.
All inclusive programs: recreational and therapeutic horseback riding lessons, summer camps, and special events.
Official "Horse Discovery Center" Designation: Find a Horse, Find a Friend, Find Fun! The Greenwell Foundation's Equestrian program is one of 35 Horse Discovery Centers in Maryland. Come to Open Barn Hours every Saturday between 9 AM - 12 PM to meet a horse, watch a riding lesson, and learn about Greenwell's many fun equestrian programs. Call to confirm hours.
Equestrian Programs: Greenwell doesn't just offer riding lessons! Visitors can sign up for one-time rides, group rides, trail rides, and more. Visit website for more info. Learn More
Hunting Information: 187 acres of public hunting lands - provisions to hunt from a vehicle, call for conditions.