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Centennial Park

Located at 5215 Baltimore Avenue & Hamilton Street, Hyattsville

A small grassy park, this park is visible at the intersections of Baltimore Avenue, Rhode Island Avenue, and Hamilton Street. public art featured on behalf of the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, Prince George's Arts & Humanities Council and assistance from M-NCPPC and the Hyattsville Community Arts Alliance.

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Robert J. King Memorial Park

Located at Gallatin Street at 42nd Place, Hyattsville

A grassy community park, this lovely park contains flower gardens, picnic tables, and a toddler playground.

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Burlington Park

Located at 46th Avenue and Burlington Street, Hyattsville

A small community park, this little park features benches and playground equipment.

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Melrose Park Skate Park, Basketball Court, and Soccer Field

Located at 41st Place and Rhode Island Avenue, Hyattsville

A small community park located on Rhode Island at 41st Street, this park includes basketball courts, a soccer field, and a walking / biking path that connects with the Northwest Branch Trail. Owned by M-NCPPC.

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Three Guardians by Ayokunie Odeleye, 2001

Located in front of the Bunker Hill Fire Station, 3716 Rhode Island Ave. Mount Rainier

The Bunker Hill Fire Station is a Stainless steel free standing sculpture with seating, it is visible by vehicle traffic along Rhode Island Ave. Sponsored by the Prince Georges County Art in Public Places Program.

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Mount Rainier Circle

This transit hub consists of bus shelters, paver designs, bas relief panels, benches, and a small lawn. Originally, this site had two standing sculptures by artists David Chung and John Ashcarft.

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Deitz Park

Located 4100 block of Oliver Street , Hyattsville

A small, wooded community park, this park features a playground, small picnic pavilion, and big, shady oak trees. Deitz park is a walk-in park without a parking lot.

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Riversdale House Museum

Located at 4811 Riverdale Road, Riverdale Park, MD 20737.

The museum is open to the public for docent-guided tours and for a variety of special events. It may also be rented for weddings, receptions, luncheons, and business meetings for groups of up to 75. The Riversdale Historical Society, a volunteer organization, works with staff from The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission to preserve the cultural heritage of Riversdale and maintain the mansion as an historic house.

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Nicholson Park

Located at 40th Avenue at Nicholson Street, Hyattsville

Nicholson Park is a small grassy lot.

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Hyatt Park

Located at Hamilton Street at 36th Avenue, Hyattsville

This park features a small playground and large grassy area. In cooperation with Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, the next phase of development for the area is under discussion.

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38th Street Park

Located alongside the Northwest Branch Stream Valley at 38th Street, nearby Allison Street

 Driskell Park

Located at 40th Avenue and Hamilton Street

Hyattsville's major park facility, Driskell Park, is located at 40th Avenue and Hamilton Street and covers 32 acres. For more information, please visit Driskell Park Amenities,Pavilion Rentals, or Pavilion Rules.

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Bartlett Park

Located at 4300 39th Street, Brentwood

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Barnard Hill Park

Located on 4100/4200 blocks of Eastern Ave NE, Washington, D.C.


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