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Dogwood Park
800 Monroe St., Rockville, MD 20852
Playing fields, courts, a wildlife preserve and a picnic area highlight this City of Rockville park. Dogwood ParkMore includes three lighted baseball/football fields, batting cages, lighted basketball and tennis courts, a sand volley court, a gazebo and picnic area with two grills and a forest preserve/urban wildlife sanctuary.
Dogwood Park
800 Monroe St, Rockville, MD 20852
Dogwood Park is a 44-acre park in Rockville. It has baseball fields, batting cages, and tennis, volleyball andMore basketball courts. The grounds also feature an urban wildlife sanctuary, a playground and two grills.  
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Ln, Rockville, MD 20855
The Meadowside Nature Center is the first stop before entering Rock Creek Regional Park. It runs natural and culturalMore history programs, during which visitors will learn about the park, its wildlife, and early Rockville pioneer living. The center features a Curiosity Room, and activities room where young visitors can learn more about the park by interacting with live animals.
Civic Center Park
603 Edmonston Dr, Rockville, MD 20851
This 153-acre park contains the Glenview Mansion, F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre and Social Hall, Croydon Creek NatureMore Center and the Climbing Gym. The park also features woodland urban wildlife trails, formal gardens, grills and picnic areas and four tennis courts. 
Glenview Mansion at Rockville Civic Center Park
603 Edmonston Dr, Rockville, MD 20851

The Glenview Mansion is a 30-room mansion with a full warming kitchen, art gallery, restrooms, formalMore gardens, large parking lot, group picnics, woodland urban wildlife sanctuary and trails and Art in Public Places.

The Glenview Mansion is 153 acres of wooded parkland and landscaped green space. The house has an 19th century look and feel.  

Rock Terrace School
390 Martins Ln, Rockville, MD 20850

Rock Terrace School prepares students with learning disabilities such as autism, emotional impairments, speech andMore language disorders for independent living, employment and community involvement. The school uses the Fundamental Life Skills and Montgomery County Public Schools curriculum for students to get a Maryland Certificate at graduation. Courses range from music and visual arts to workplace education and life skills. There are also mini-courses, cooperative math and reading games, jewelry making and wildlife education. The school is part of the Montgomery County Public School System.