Located in rural Prince George’s County, Aquasco Farm is an active 840-acre agricultural site that is still farmed, following best management practices and soil conservation plans to protect the land. The Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital lease 80 acres for primitive camping. Additionally, special areas are set aside for beagle training and specific regulations govern their use. The property is also managed for bow, muzzleloader, and shotgun hunting in conjunction with land owned by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
This 840-acre site is located in the rural eastern part of the county.
From Route 301 in Upper Marlboro, turn onto Route 382 (Croom Road). Go 14.7 miles and turn left onto Route 381 (Aquasco Road). Go 1.1 miles and turn left onto Aquasco Farm Road. Go 1 mile to park entrance on right.