Parks & Recreation Department
Parks & Recreation Department
Welcome to the Queen Anne’s County Parks and Recreation website! Parks and Recreation are back together again at the 1945 4-H Park Road, Centreville, Maryland 21617.
About the Department
Parks and Recreation encompasses Parks, Public Landings, Blue Heron Golf Course, and Bay Bridge Airport. It works with both the public and private sectors to plan, develop, maintain, preserve and enhance the County’s natural resources, open spaces and waterfront properties. These amenities serve to stimulate economic development by spurring development of hotels, restaurants, fishing charters, water activities, adventure tours and other ancillary uses of the County’s natural resources.
In keeping with its mission to preserve, enhance and protect our open spaces and natural resources to enrich the quality of life for present and future generations, the Department remains focused on its objective to promote the positive image of Queen Anne’s County as a desirable place to live and visit.
The Department oversees the planning, acquisition, design, construction, maintenance and development of an extensive parks and public landings system in proportion with the growing population and development within the County.
Follow the tabs on the left side to view what Queen Anne’s County Park has to offer!
Route 18 Playground Renovation
The Route 18 Playground is undergoing renovation – new equipment coming January 2022!
Chesapeake Heritage & Visitor Center Bulkhead Closure
The Chesapeake Heritage and Visitor Center Bulkhead and boat ramp along the Kent Narrows will be closed to all pedestrians during construction beginning October 12, 2021 and will remain closed until construction is completed. Construction is expected to last until May 2022. The bulkhead construction area will be delineated by orange construction fencing. The Chesapeake Heritage and Visitor Center building, parking lot and Ferry Point Park will continue under regular business hours. For more information please click on the picture below.
Opioid Awareness Trail
A portion of the Cross Island Trail, which cuts through Old Love Point Park in Stevevnsville, was dedicated to the QAC Goes Purple movement, Thursday afternoon, Sept. 30, 2021. To read more about the ribbon cutting ceremony or to watch the video please click on the links below.
The Queen Anne’s County Department of Parks and Recreation urges our residents and visitors to do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. If you go to a park or trail to exercise, please use common sense and caution. Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others when outside.
Be smart. Do your part!
Queen Anne’s County Parks & Recreation
1945 4-H Park Road
Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday-Friday
Parks/Maintenance Office: 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM Monday-Friday
107 N. Liberty St.
Centreville, MD 21617
QAC 2017 LPPRP – Land Preservation, Parks and Recreation Plan (Adopted 3/27/18)
The LPPRP has been adopted by the Board of County Commissioners and is available for viewing via this link 2017 LPPRP.
Balls will be provided by Queens Anne’s County Parks and Recreation for this activity. Parents should hear from coaches by first week of November.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Queen Anne’s County Parks and Recreation at 410-758-0835 or email at email@example.com