To pay by phone, call the Parks & Recreation office:
(301)739-8577 x 170
About Kiwanis Park
Kiwanis Park provides the community access to Antietam Creek. A pavilion overlooking the Antietam Creek, a paved parking lot, and paths and boardwalks have been constructed by City staff.
Officially opened on April 30, 2016, explore this park to learn about kayaking opportunities on the Antietam Creek, protecting Monarch butterflies by planting a "Waystation" like the one in this Park, and plans to save the historic stone house on the property.
Monarch butterflies need milkweed for the species to survive and thrive. In partnership with the Monarch Alliance, purchase Milkweed-Butterfly Weed plants (orange milkweed) for your garden to attract Monarch Butterflies.