Mckee-beshers Wildlife Management Area

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  • Address: Poolesville, MD 20837, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-4103569272
  • Tags: Forest, Wildlife Park, Family And Kids

Imagine a large dense forest, spread over an expanse of 2000 acres, would it not be very exciting to set off to explore this? Its prolific vegetation and an impressive number of species of animals and birds makes this park a favourite amongst budding, as well as professional photographers. McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area is at its best in the month of July, as there are acres of sunflowers that bloom, making the land a bright shade of golden. Every year such blooming flowers are planted here, and this activity has been successful in alluring shutterbugs, green thumbs and travellers too!

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  • Sunflowers were in full bloom by July 13. Everyone was out taking pics, it was a good time. Beware of bees. They wont bother you, if you dont bother them. They have a job to do so please respect that.

  • A must see. Flowers are in full bloom for 2 weeks. Beware of bees and ticks. No restrooms or benches. Not a park but a wildlife center. Go to experience the beauty that is nature

  • Breathtaking sunflower fields. Great short walk, was quite sunny and warm the day we went so the trip was cut short but plenty of great photos taken and memories made! Parking and entry are free, but please don't pick the flowers. They aren't meant for personal collecting.

  • Pretty fields of sunflowers. Getting to the fields this year 2019 was a little crazy the road has some areas that are a bit washed out but a car can make it through, just take it slow are be polite as you will meet others going the other direction. Take bug spray and sunscreen as you will need both.

  • Beautiful sunflower fields. Be aware it gets crowded, and can be quite hot to walk around in the summer. This is a hunting ground, and there isn’t really much to see besides the flowers. If you continue walking, you’ll eventually reach the C&O Trail.

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