Suitland Parkway

The Suitland Parkway connects Washington D.C. and Prince George's County in Maryland. Plans for the Suitland Parkway came about in 1937, and it was built during World War II as a shortcut between military facilities in the Washington, D.C. area. This nearly 10-mile stretch of roadway gives you a wonderful view of the trees on either side, and signs from historic railroads still stand at certain points along the road. The parkway is in close proximity to many activities and sights in Maryland and Washington, D.C. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Suitland Parkway

There's plenty for RV enthusiasts to check out at Suitland Parkway. Give the easy-going Suitland Parkway Trail a try, or visit one of the many museums in the nearby area. Learn about national and world history at the Smithsonian Institute, or visit the International Spy Museum to learn all there is to know about espionage. With restaurants and shops galore, you'll always have something to do. 

Hiking Trails



Nearby Shops and Restaurants

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How To Get To Suitland Parkway

Suitland Parkway connects central Maryland to Washington D.C. Head east on I-495 N/I-95, then take exit 7B to merge onto MD-5N/Branch Ave toward Silver Hill. Follow for about 1.5 miles. Use the right lane to take the ramp onto MD-414 E/St Barnabas Rd. Turn right onto Silver Hill Rd, and then turn right to merge onto Suitland Pkwy toward Washington. 


Prince George's County, MD, 20772

Fee: Entry fee $0

Aside from the scenic drive, RVers will love the Suitland Parkway for its proximity to many different shops and restaurants. This area is packed with museums to broaden your knowledge and sights to take in. Afterward, go for a hike or set up a picnic to unwind. With an RV, you are never too far away from the comforts of home.