Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) offers six friendly and inviting senior activity centers especially for people aged 60 & better. These senior activity centers offer special events, trips, classes, health programs, information, and referrals. Provided by Prince George's County Department of Family Services, Aging Services Division, transportation and senior nutrition program featuring hot lunches are also available at these sites.
Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) PARKS DIRECT Senior Identification (ID): These Senior ID cards are free for Prince George’s and Montgomery County residents. Non-residents can join for a nominal fee. To obtain your card, bring proof of residency and age to any M-NCPPC community center or senior activity center in Prince George’s County during operating hours.
Ability to participate in recreational activities with minimal personal assistance.
Ability to take care of personal needs (i.e. hygiene, eating, mobility, medication, etc.)