All Baltimore County Recreation and Parks programs through June 1, 2020—including those at Marshy Point—have been cancelled. Please check back for updates on future events.
As part of Baltimore County’s effort to minimize crowds and public gatherings during the COVID-19 health crisis, our Nature Center continues to be closed until further notice. The park and trails remain open during regular hours (sunrise to sunset). Please contact us if we can be of any additional assistance.
After much consideration, we regret that the 2020 Summer Solstice Faerie Festival at Marshy Point has been cancelled. We are deeply saddened to miss the magic, love, and community this year. However, given the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 public health crisis, we must err on the side of caution. Mark your calendar for June […]
Summer camp is one of the programs that we look forward to all year. Our educational outreach to youth is one of our primary missions. After much consideration, we are sorry to announce that we will not hold our anticipated offerings of summer camp this year. The uncertain nature of the COVID-19 health crisis, and […]CONTINUE READING →
We recognize that many of the benefits of a MPNCC membership are not available right now due to changes and cancellations related to the COVID-19 pandemic. All 2020 memberships are being extended for another year, to be valid through August 2021. This will be done automatically; no action is needed by MPNCC members. We fully […]CONTINUE READING →
The Marshy Point Nature Center Council is pleased to announce scholarships for college-bound seniors who have shown a high level of commitment to the health of the environment, and who have shown a strong affiliation with Marshy Point Nature Center. Qualified applicants are college-bound seniors from a Baltimore County high school who wish to pursue […]CONTINUE READING →
It has been a real adjustment coming to the Nature Center these last few months, with only the sounds of our live animals and no visitors. The ‘business’ of Marshy Point has temporarily changed—from trying to bring groups together in nature to having to keep people apart. Instead of a frenzy of field trips, special […]CONTINUE READING →