Fodor's Expert Review University of Maryland at College Park

College Park Educational Institution

One of the largest campuses in the country, the University of Maryland at College Park has an enrollment of about 37,000. The College Park campus began as an agricultural college in 1856, and became part of the University of Maryland in 1920. The university's athletic teams (the Terrapins) participate in the highly competitive Atlantic Coast Conference and draw large crowds to Byrd Stadium and the 17,950-seat Comcast Center. In Turner Hall, visitor-center staff provide information about the university and maps for getting around the sprawling campus of 1,200 acres and 270 buildings. At the dairy, ice cream made from campus cows' milk is available by the cone or carton.

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U.S. Rte. 1 at Rossborough La.
College Park, Maryland  20742, United States


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Rate Includes: Turner Hall weekdays 9–5, Sat. 9–3. Dairy Oct.–Sept., weekdays 10–4

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