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Maydale Conservation Park

1638 Maydale Drive

Maydale Conservation Park is a conservation area dedicated to environmental preservation. The park is undeveloped but provides opportunities for quiet enjoyment of the natural environment. The more than 24 acres of Maydale Conservation Park is home to the Maydale Nature Center (operated by Montgomery County Public Schools), two ponds, and children's development center. The public is welcome to enjoy the natural beauty of the property, including walking along its network of trails. The park was acquired by M-NCPPC in 1971.


James Craig

Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018
It has a nice pond to walk around and the paths through the surrounding forest are quiet and enjoyable. The nature center itself appears to be closed.

John Wagoner

Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Great for kids/family. Nature Center coming soon

Peter Pae

Thursday, Sep. 22, 2016
Great place for enjoying a nice walk or enjoying the weather in one of the designated seating areas. The creek running along the nature center is great for dogs who like to get their paws wet and tails wagging.


Monday, Nov. 28, 2016
The nature center itself is closed permanently. Nice little ponds and a cute short trail.

tenille wagoner

Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016
Wish they would bring it back. They used to do so much now it's just run down and under cared for.

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