The Es Mi Parque program posts Spanish-speaking Rangers at some of the most utilized public parks and also hosts educational programming and outreach activities.

This summer, the program will again host several family-friendly outreach hubs at some of the most used park by Hispanic visitors, including: Cunningham Falls State Park in Frederick County, Greenbrier State Park in Washington County, Patapsco Valley State Park in Howard County, Point Lookout State Park in St. Mary’s County, Rocky Gap State Park in Allegany County and Sandy Point State Park in Anne Arundel County. These parks have great appeal to the Hispanic community for their family-friendly environments, access to water and large day-use facilities. More than two-thirds of summer visitors to these six parks are of Hispanic descent.

Es Mi Parque event at Sandy Point State Park, 2017.

Es Mi Parque event at Sandy Point State Park, 2017.


Saturday, June 8, 2019
Sandy Point State Park
Anne Arundel County

Saturday, June 22, 2019
Greenbrier State Park
Washington County

Saturday, July 13, 2019
Point Lookout State Park
St. Mary’s County

Saturday, July 27, 2019
Rocky Gap State Park
Allegany County

Saturday, August 3, 2019
Cunningham Falls State Park
Frederick County

Saturday, August 17, 2019
Seneca Creek State Park
Montgomery County

To learn more, visit the Es Mi Parque program page on the Maryland Department of Natural Resources website or contact Michelle Ramirez, Multicultural Outreach Coordinator, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, or call 410-260-8085.