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Things to Do in Prince George’s County This Fall

Fall Fun in Prince George's County

Looking for something fun to do this fall? If you live in Prince George’s County, you’ve got a lot of options. These are a few of the things we recommend you try.

Explore Prince George’s County Parks

With hundreds of parks and nature preserves throughout the area, it’s easy to get out and enjoy the changing colors of the season and the beautiful weather as you hike the many trails and experience the scenic views that are just waiting to be discovered.

If you live at BeechTree, Patuxent River Park is just a short drive away and is the perfect place to hike, bike, fish, hunt or just enjoy nature.

Hit the Links

The cool, crisp weather and rich colors of fall are the perfect backdrop for a round of golf. One of the most revered courses you can play in Maryland, Lake Presidential Golf Club, is located right here at BeechTree and is open from 7am-7pm daily.

You can book your tee time online right now, or call (301) 627-8577 to schedule a time over the phone.

Enjoy Everything National Harbor Has to Offer

Bring the whole family to ride the Capital Wheel or take a date night and head to the recently opened MGM National Harbor. There’s so much to do at National Harbor whether you’re in the mood to eat, play or shop. And with several upcoming special events worth checking out, this is a great time to explore this nearby destination.

Our recommendation? If you’re into beer, wine, schnapps or just tasty German food, you won’t want to miss the always-popular “Das Best Oktoberfest” on September 30.

Play in a Local Rec Sports League

Prince George’s County is home to a wide variety of recreational sports leagues and programs that run throughout the year. Basketball, disc golf and flag football are just a few of the sports played during the fall. And it’s not just for kids, either — there are plenty of of adult leagues, too, including the Men’s Masters Basketball League for players 35 and up.

Make the Most of Your Community

If you live at BeechTree, three miles of walking trails and breathtaking views to enjoy throughout the the fall await you right in your neighborhood!