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Schooley Mill Park

The tennis courts at Schooley Mill Park are now open for play. 

12975 Hall Shop Road
Highland, MD 20777

Directions:
PDF | Google Maps 

Park Brochure (PDF) 

Phone:
General Information:
410-313-4700 or
410-313-6130

Ballfield conditions:
410-313-4458 

GPS Coordinates:
Decimal Degrees
NAD 83 datum
Latitude: 39.165
Longitude: -76.9582

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To Use Fields and Courts  Park Amenities 
Equestrian Ring Use  Natural Areas 
To Reserve a Meeting Room  Flora and Fauna 
Schooley Mill Park Map  Marlow House 
Playground Pictures  Pictures of Beavers at Schooley Mill 

Program Open Space This park was funded in part by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Program Open Space Grants. 

Schooley Mill Park offers a wide variety of habitats including wetlands, woodlands, and meadows. Wildlife thrive in these meadows that are maintained in a natural state to provide food, cover, and nest sites. This hidden gem is a peaceful place to relax and enjoy nature. Peer into the stream to see minnows, crayfish, frogs, and turtles. 4.6 miles of trails provide an excellent way to discover the natural side of Schooley Mill Park. The park also includes 3 ball diamonds, 2 basketball courts, the county's only regulation-sized cricket field, an indoor facility (permit required), 4 tennis courts and 3 equestrian rings (available on a first-come, first-served basis unless previously reserved). The park is open 7 am to dusk, or as posted. Personal grills and hibachis are not permitted. Park regulations prohibit hunting, firearms, and alcoholic beverages. Leashed pets are allowed in the park but not in picnic or sports areas.

Things to Remember 

Help to keep your parks beautiful -- please take your trash and recyclable items home. Take only pictures and leave only footprints.

Dog droppings may attract disease-harboring pests, and even a friendly dog can scare the birds, wildlife and park visitors. Clean up after your dog and keep it leashed; it's the law.

All of our parks are inhabited by a wide variety of wildlife such as deer, snakes, fish, rabbits, insects and birds. Please do not disturb them; remember, this is their home.