New Germany News: January 2020

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Photo of New Germany State Park with fresh snow


Jan. 25: Bobcats in Western Maryland
5 p.m. at the Lake House

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Wildlife and Heritage Service recently partnered with University of Delaware to study bobcat populations in Garrett and Allegany counties. Graduate student Kevin Lamp will present the findings of his research at the New Germany Lake House on Jan. 25. 
Photo courtesy of David Westphalen/Painet Inc.  

Unless otherwise noted, events are held rain or shine, free and fun for all ages; donations are always welcome. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

Dress for the weather/activity, wear sunscreen and insect repellent, bring plenty of water and snacks, and check for ticks.

Please call 301-895-5453 for additional information or to register.

New Germany staff also manages Big Run, Casselman River Bridge and Dans Mountain state parks.

Three photos of people enjoying parks year round

Annual Pass Available for Purchase
$75 for Marylanders; $100 for out-of-state visitors

Our annual State Parks and Trails Passport grants unlimited day-use admission and boat launching at state parks, and a 10 percent discount on state-operated concessions and boat rentals. 

To enhance convenience and value, this year's pass will arrive in a self-contained packet with a detachable hang-tag, and will be valid for a full year from the month of purchase. 

Our network of 75 state parks include more than 900 miles of trails for biking, hiking and horseback riding, as well as unique water access and camping facilities.

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