College Park is the home of the University of Maryland, which makes the city a great place for sports fans to visit. Because the school has so many sports teams, you can attend a home game almost every week of the year. Basketball is the premier sport at the University of Maryland, and the home stadium, XFINITY Center, is easily one of the best in college basketball. If you prefer history over sports, you will thoroughly enjoy the College Park Aviation Museum and the National Museum of Language.
College Park has a stop on the Washington Metro Green Line. This rail line can take you into Washington, D.C., or nearby cities in Maryland. Because College Park is a rather small city, it does not have a major airport. Those planning to visit College Park can fly into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), which is less than 10 miles away.
College Park has four distinct seasons, but none include severe weather. High temperatures will rarely get above 90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, and there is a very low chance of seeing snow during the winter. The climate in this part of New England is mild enough to make College Park a great place to visit throughout the year.