Friends of the Parks

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The Friends of the Parks program will launch in 2021, stay tuned for more information!


Friends of the Parks is a new program designed to honor the strength and support of our Prince George’s family. Your generous contributions foster our programming and bring our community together in support of the parks we love.

Mission Statement


We strive to improve the quality of life for all citizens of Prince George’s area through the enhancement, cultivation, and continued support of our parks and programming.

Why You Should Help


Supporter Benefits: We offer multiple supporter tiers catered to your giving.


Legacy Supporter- $1,000 or more

Includes a ten percent discount on a park permit, a commemorative brick placed at one of our parks or facilities, a personal feature for Friends of the Parks social media, and more.


Parks Philanthropist- $500

Includes a five percent discount on a park permit, a VIP pass to select Department Signature Events, a 6-month combo fitness pass, and more.

Parks Supporter- $150

Includes four daily swims and fitness combo passes, tickets to the Festival of Lights event, and more.

Community Ally- $75

Includes a “Friends of the Park” T-Shirt, souvenir pack, and more.

Friend of the Parks - $25

Includes a “Friends of the Parks” souvenir water bottle and subscription to our Community e-newsletter.

What Your Money Supports


Here’s what your donation directly supports:

Parks


Prince George’s has 4 regional parks, 370 community and neighborhood parks, and 165 miles of trails located throughout the county.
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Programming


Parks and Recreation hosts hundreds of events each year for all ages, including festivals, summer camps, and learning programs.
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Facilities


From athletic complexes and community centers to dog parks and tennis bubbles, Parks and Recreation supports many facilities throughout Prince George’s County.
disable patron visiting a local community center