Mature forests, rare plants and bald eagles abound in the dramatic woodlands that stretches from the Potomac River to Mattawoman Creek.
Built in 1768, the furnace produced goods for the Revolutionary War, relying on the labor of both enslaved and free blacks. National Register of Historic Places.
A forum for the grassroots and development of artistic expression in and around Indian Head.
On the Potomac River at Wades Bay, the area is perfect for hunting, bird watching and fishing. Fossilized sharks teeth, bones and shells are often found along the water's edge.