Wheaton Regional Park, playgrounds, trails, ice rink, riding stable and Nature Center in Maryland, USA 831
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The Wheaton Regional Park occupies 63 hectares of forest area in Maryland. The park was founded in 1960 and is divided into three functional areas: - The Shorefield Area, which includes a children's playground, a railway with miniature train for children and adults, a forest lake, trails for walking and cycling, and equipped picnic areas;
- The Glenallan Area, which contains the Brookside Gardens, the Nature Center with exhibitions and educational programs for children, a riding stable offering riding lessons, trails, and summer camp for children;
- The Orebaugh Area, which includes sports facilities such as tennis, baseball, and ice skating arena. There is also a special area for dog walking.
Parking is free in the park. The park is open year round during the daylight hours.
Photo: the Garden of Lights Festival, the Brookside Garden and the children's playground at Wheaton Park, Maryland, USA (40)
Photoreview of the Winter Lights Festival in the Brookside Garden at Wheaton Park, Maryland.