||1975 and October 2002
until Sunset (except for special evening and night
Baggett Park is located on Route 235,
three miles south of the Point Lookout Road and Three
Notch Road intersection, just south of Mechanicsville.
Park is on the right.
301-475-4200, ext. 1800 for more information on reservations or
programs; call the Parks Division at 301-863-8400, ext.
maintenance related issues.
renovation project is now complete. On October 19, 2002, the
park formally reopened to the public and was dedicated in
honor of former Rec & Parks Director, John V. Baggett.
Pavilion Rental Information
Reservations will be
accepted over the phone with a credit card (Visa, MasterCard or
Discover) for the months of April through October starting on
February 1st. Please call (301) 475-4200
ext. 1800 to make
2014 Pavilion Fees
Small Pavilion - $100 - groups less than 60 people
(Chancellors Run, Nicolet, Dorsey #2 & Baggett Park)
Large Pavilion - $150 – groups of 61-150
(Fifth District, Dorsey #1, Cecil & Elms)
150+ people will incur an additional staff fee of $10 per
hour. Reservations must be made a minimum of two weeks prior to
Alcohol Consumption Permit - $100 -
Alcohol permit not available for Chancellors Run, Elms
Beach or Nicolet Park Pavilions.
For reservations or more information please call
301-475-4200 ext. 1800.
All prices are subject to change.
St. Mary’s County Recreation and Parks
Pavilion picnic usage Regulations and Permits
A Parks staff will periodically check
activities in the park and will monitor pavilion
usage. The park staff will return at the end of
each day to close the park.
It is unlawful to consume alcoholic
beverages in county parks, except by a permit
issued from the Department of Recreation and
Parks. Nicolet Park,
Run Regional Park and Elms Beach Park are
alcohol free parks; therefore permits will not be
issued for these parks. Unless otherwise stated on
the permit, alcohol usage is restricted to the
Picnic Pavilion area only. See below for further
Where grills are available, please
extinguish all charcoal fires before leaving the
park. ABSOLUTELY NO OPEN CAMP FIRES are permitted
in public parks.
Citizens may bring a personal gas grill to
the park; however personal charcoal grills are not
Lifeguards are not on duty at waterfront
Park usage is at your own risk.
Medical Insurance is not provided.
To receive a refund, pavilion cancellations
must be made, in writing, at least two (2)
weeks prior to reservation date, a $25.00
refund fee will be charged prior to the refund.
See below for inclement weather refunds. Without
required notice refunds will not be permitted.
In case of inclement weather check the
Department cancellation line at 301-475-4200 ext 1840 or
visit the website; click on updates. Inclement weather
refunds are only given if the Department of
Recreation and Parks cancels a reservation. If
pavilion rentals are canceled due to inclement
weather the cancellation information will state
“pavilion rentals” cancelled, “field closures”
does not mean pavilion rentals are canceled.
Parks close at sunset. Users must be out of
the pavilion at the designated time unless the
Department of Recreation and Parks grants special
permission, in writing.
Please dispose of all trash and refuse in
If you anticipate using a ball field, a
permit can be obtained by contacting the front
office at 301-475-4200
week prior to your event. Previously permitted
organizations such as youth and adult sports
leagues have priority in use of the ball fields.
Please bring your pavilion rental receipt,
letter of confirmation and Alcohol permit with you
on the day of your event. If you have been given
approval for “special entertainment” then you must
have the copy of liability insurance on hand the
day of your event.
Water activities such as dunking booths and
slip and slide activities are not permitted in
Be aware, picnic tables are bolted under the
pavilion and are not removable.
The advertised fee will be assessed if
numbers attending go over the projected amount at
the time of rental; this price increase ranges