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Directions and Parking

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Directions

To Leonardtown Campus, from Baltimore and other locations north:

  • Take I-95 South toward Washington.
  • Continue on I-95 SOUTH/I-495 Capital Beltway.
  • From Route I-495 Capital Beltway exit at 7A. This is Route 5, heading south toward Waldorf.
  • Continue on Route 5 to where it meets Route 301.
  • Drive south on Route 301 for approximately 5 miles and turn left onto Leonardtown Road.
  • Continue on Leonardtown Road for approximately 13 miles.
  • Leonardtown Road becomes Three Notch Road and continue on Three Notch Road for approximately 6.5 miles.
  • Turn right onto Point Lookout Road/Leonardtown Road and follow for approximately 12 miles. 
  • Turn Left on Hollywood Road and campus will be on right.

To Leonardtown Campus, from Frederick, MD and other locations west:

  • Take I-270 S.
  • I-270 S becomes Capital Beltway/I-495 E.
  • From Route I-495 E Capital Beltway exit at 7A. This is Route 5, heading south toward Waldorf.
  • Continue on Route 5 to where it meets Route 301.
  • Drive south on Route 301 for approximately 5 miles and turn left onto Leonardtown Road.
  • Continue on Leonardtown Road for approximately 13 miles.
  • Leonardtown Road becomes Three Notch Road and continue on Three Notch Road for approximately 6.5 miles.
  • Turn right onto Point Lookout Road/Leonardtown Road and follow for approximately 12 miles.
  • Turn Left on Hollywood Road and campus will be on right.

To Leonardtown Campus, from Richmond and other locations south:

  • From Route I-95 N, take exit number 104 toward US-301/Bowling Green/Fort A.P. Hill.
  • Continue on US-301 N over the Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge.
  • After the bridge, continue on US-301 N for approximately 4 miles.
  • Turn right onto Budds Creek Road and continue for approximately 19 miles.
  • Continue on Point Lookout Road/Leonardtown Road for approximately 1 mile.
  • Turn Left on Hollywood Road and campus will be on right.

 

Parking

Parking rules and regulations were formulated to ensure that parking is available to members of the college community, emergency vehicles (such as fire equipment and ambulances), and to enable the physically handicapped to have clear access to all buildings on campus at all times. Parking is permitted only in marked parking spaces within designated parking areas.

Only those vehicles displaying a handicapped license plate or permit from the MVA are authorized to park in the designated handicapped parking spaces. Failure to display a permit may result in fines up to $100.

Parking Lots

There are two parking lots available. The smaller lot closer to Route 5 provides convenient access to Building A.

The larger lot provides convenient access to Buildings B and C.