Rock Creek National Park Rapids Bridge Topo Map

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Rock Creek National Park was established in 1890 by the federal government. This 1700-acre park extends from the DC–Maryland border south to the Potomac River, creating a buffer zone for the southern half of the 33-mile-long creek. Rock Creek Regional Park was established in the 1930s to provide green space for Montgomery County residents and buffer the northern half of the creek. The Rock Creek National Park Nature Center is an ideal location to start a family hike. Whether you visit the nature center before or after your hike, you can view their exhibits and live animals, play in their activity room, visit the planetarium (check the website for program times) and small bookstore, and talk to a ranger. Behind the nature center is a half-mile interpretive hike. Grab an interpretive brochure from the nature center or box at the trailhead, and learn about the park’s big trees, like the beech tree—nicknamed the grafitti tree.
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