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Cartop Boat Launch and Fishing Spot - Fort Smallwood Park   
Fort Smallwood Park Information
9500 Fort Smallwood Road
Pasadena, MD 21122
(410) 222-0087
Closed Wednesdays
Patapsco River
Easy Access to Water
ADC Map 10 A-2
2009 ADC Map 5059 D-4
GPS Coordinates:  Lat. 39° 9’ 51.75” N
Lon. 76° 28’ 36.72” W
Map Coordinates: X-1460642, Y-545836
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Cartop Boat Launch

Fort Smallwood Park is situated on the Patapsco River in Pasadena. The Park is known for its excellent fishing and as an excellent bird watching site, especially raptors. This is also an excellent site for windsurfers and kite boarders. Attention to safety and weather conditions is paramount to boaters prior to launching from this site due to its proximity to the shipping channel. Park is open from 7:00 a.m. to dusk. Park is closed on Wednesdays. For further information call (410) 222-0087.

       
Fishing Spot
The Fort Smallwood Park fishing pier is located on the Patapsco River. Please observe all state licensing requirements. Follow this link to view information about the Fort Smallwood Park fishing pier.
    
About Fort Smallwood Park
The park’s recreational amenities include a 380-foot fishing pier, children’s playground, historic gun battery and barracks, walking trails, beaches (no swimming), pond and basketball and volleyball courts. The park also has a historic Cedar Pavilion that can be rented out for groups up to 100 people. The master plan for the two parks has been completed and is waiting for funding to complete the additional amenities to the sites. Follow this link to view the Fort Smallwood Park and Weinberg Park master plan.
      
Directions
From Annapolis, take Route 2 (Solomon’s Island Road) north to Route 100 east. Turn left onto Route 607 (Magothy Bridge Road). Magothy Bridge Road turns into Hog Neck Road after it crosses Route 177 (Mountain Road). Go to the end of Hog Neck Road and turn right onto Fort Smallwood Rd. The Road terminates into the park.
    
Features
Visitor Center and Office
Restroom
Natural Area
Wildlife Viewing
Hiking Trails
Picnic Area
Historical Site
Fees
Parking
Telephone
 


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