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Cabin John Regional Park, Bethesda

(4.6/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great park, not only for kids but for everyone to hike, bike, play tennis, skate, play ball, and more. Happy to see that the train and Porky the Trash Pig are still there! 
  • Whether you like to go ice skating or watch a baseball game this sports venue is the best. My children enjoyed ice skating and taking lessons. My sons played baseball. A family venue 
  • The park has been around for decades and is still a great place to take kids of all ages. The train is always a bit hit. Who doesn't love the talking pig trash bin? The enclosed runs for dogs is great...  more »
  • Great place. Fantastic shade. And it smells so nice! Everything is in very good condition. I loved this place as a child, it was really fun for me to give my child a chance to enjoy it as well.
  • The shell of a once great park. Like so many of the immense all wood play structures we fondly remember from our youths, the unforgettable wooden structures at Cabin John have been replaced with generic plastic/metal manufactured play mechanisms. Since the Germantown castle park is built in a similar fashion to the way CJ used to be, I thought there might still have been hope for it. What a disappointment.
  • We had a fun time there with our daughter. She's two and we took her on the Halloween train ride. She had never been on a train ride and she was still talking about it when she got up the next morning.
  • Great park! Plenty of shades, excellent playground. So peaceful and huge.
  • We love this place! We take our pups here about twice a week. Sometimes you get that one overprotective dog parent that freaks out when the dogs there act like dogs.