Prince George’s County, located just minutes away from Washington, DC, offers residents both an urban atmosphere and a scenic and peaceful place to live, work and play. With over 860,000 residents, Prince George’s County has established itself as a future cultural and economic leader in Maryland. The county is home to the University of Maryland and some of the region’s other top attractions – including Six Flag’s America, the Washington Redskins, and the National Harbor. Despite its big-city feel, Prince George’s County’s offers outdoor enthusiasts 14 parks, 13 golf courses, 8 hiking trails and 17 horse stables.
Prince George’s County’s location provides residents with easy access to Virginia, Washington DC and Baltimore. Take advantage of one of the county’s 15 metro stations, six MARC Train stops, or three AMTRAK stops for easy commuting or exploring.