Olney Manor Recreational Park is a 61-acre park which features a variety of athletic fields, including a lighted baseball field, as well as basketball, handball, and lighted tennis courts, a volleyball court, a playground, a skate park for skateboarding and inline skating, a dog park, and an indoor swim center. M-NCPPC acquired the space over time between 1968 and 1970.
Located near ballfield No. 4, this 1-acre dog park features a mulch base with separate play areas for both large and small dogs. The dog park is completely fenced, providing opportunities for off-leash exercise and play.
Unless otherwise posted, the facility is open for use from sunrise to 11 p.m.
Weekly maintenance at the Dog Park occurs on Fridays between 7 to 11 am from March through October.
Please remember that all dogs should be on a leash before entering and exiting the park. All dogs must be current on all vaccinations as required by state or local law. There is no fee to use Montgomery Parks’ Dog Parks and dog permits are not required.
Dog park visitors should read and follow Montgomery Parks’ Dog Park Rules and Regulations.
Olney Manor Skate Park features 14,400 square feet of skateboarding fun. The 90-foot-by-160-foot park boasts a 10-foot-deep bowl, Hubba ledge, steps with handrail, quarter pipes, Fun Box with flat rail, manual pad, and Pyramid Ledge.
The Skate Park is open to skaters (skateboard and inline) of all skill levels, age 4 and up. Skaters ages 8 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Unless otherwise posted, the skate park is open from sunrise to 10 p.m. daily*
* NOTE: Gates will be locked, and skate park will be closed if there is standing water, or wet, icy, or less than ideal surface conditions.