Jefferson-Patterson Park

Jefferson-Patterson Park is a 560 acre park set on the Patuxent River. It is home to a state history and archeology museum telling the story of the Chesapeake Bay’s entire 12,000 year history of habitation. Includes a reconstructed Native American village and extensive displays on Maryland agriculture from the colonial period to the present. The Park is also home to the Maryland Archeology Conservation Lab, a state-of-the-art research, conservation, and collections storage facility. It also has water access to the river; the beaches are small but are often deserted and the sand and water quality is often better than that of the Bay. Very child-friendly, with numerous hands-on displays and activities.

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Information

  • Direction: From Prince Frederick, drive south on Route 4; take a right on Broome's Island Road, then left on Mackall Road. Follow Mackall Road approximately 8 miles, turn right at the park entrance
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  • Price: Free

Contact

  • Address: 1515 Mackall Road, Calvert County, Maryland
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  • URL: http://www.jefpat.org/
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