Clarksburg is named for Native American trader William Clarke, and was established at the intersection of the main road between Georgetown and Frederick and an old Seneca trail. In the years since 2000 there has been major growth in the area of Clarksburg. A town center is currently being built in the heart of Clarksburg.
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Take a long walk through the landscaped pathways, enjoy the forest preserve areas while visiting the hallowed grounds of your…
20 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and equestrian. 91 wooded campsites with grills, campfire circle, pit toilets.
Located at the north end of Little Bennett Regional Park, the course offers several scenic views of Sugarloaf Mountain. The…
With a store in Germantown Plaza, Torrid Paintball offers all supplies needed for paintball as well as a field at…
Upcoming Events in Town
Garlic mustard strikes again! Join the Honest Tea-m, in partnership with the Montgomery County Corporate Volunteer Council, Bethesda Green and Montgomery Parks, for a weeding extravaganza to help clear this invasive species. Prizes for the Weed Warriors with the weightiest returns! All are welcome to participate in this free family-friendly event. Supplies, pizza and HONEST® beverages will be provided. Please register to participate at cvc-mc.org/events. Approved event for MCPS SSL hours.
Clarksburg Town Center 6th Annual Spring Community Yard Sale & Flea Market. Saturday, April 26th, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Dozens of sellers all in one location! It is centralized for easy shopping. This annual event has great bargains on great items! Make this your breakfast stop too! Purchase a dozen or more Krispy Kreme donuts in support of the GotGutz team for the Avon Walk For Breast Cancer. Grab a box or two while you shop! From 270, take exit 18 toward Clarksburg. Turn left on Clarks Crossing Drive. We are located at the second stop sign.
Love flea markets but feel like you’ve visited them all? Come out and join us in Poolesville and check out our unique vendors, including arts and crafts, accessories, furniture, fresh fruits and vegetables and much more! Admission is Free. Vendor table is $20.