[color photograph of tree trunk of Loblolly Pine] Maryland maintains some forty State parks covering 90,239 acres, including:

From April through October, most State parks are open to the public, sunrise to sunset.

The State Forest and Park Service of the Department of Natural Resources is responsible for State parks. Because of Maryland's diverse geography, State parks offer a variety of recreation from snow skiing to ocean fishing.
Tree trunk of Loblolly Pine, Prince George's County,
Maryland, 1998. Photo by Diane P. Frese.

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