Join the Alice Ferguson Foundation and the Institute of Maritime History for the Potomac River Cleanup at Chapman State Park. We have a lot of fun and make a big impact!
With more than 1,000 acres of forest, Chapman Park is home to many rare plant species and a variety of wildlife. This is truly a special place and we'll do our best to keep it wild by picking up the trash on the shoreline of the Potomac River that comes from the metropolitan areas up river.
Please wear closed toed shoes and dress to be outdoors. All supplies will be provided. We will meet just past the park entrance (by the house, Mt. Aventine). After a quick introduction we will walk as a group down to the shoreline. It's about a 10 minute (beautiful) walk!
Nearest City: Bryans Rd
GPS Coordinates: 38.617479, -77.116303
Directions: 3452 Ferry Place
Restrooms are NOT available.
This site is suitable for children under seven.
This site is suitable for the elderly.
This site is suitable for the disabled.
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This site is open to the public
RSVP Not Required
Maximum Volunteers: 50