Things to see and do in and around Edmonston
Eco City Farms
ECO City Farms is a nonprofit urban teaching and learning farm in Edmonston that grows great food in ways that protect, restore, and sustain the natural environment and the health of local communities.
Anacostia River Trail
The Anacostia River Trail connects the Anacostia Tributary Trail System in Maryland to the Anacostia Riverwalk in Washington, D.C. creating a network of over 40 miles of trail.
The mission of Community Forklift is to lift up local communities by making repairs affordable, reducing waste, promoting reuse, and creating green jobs.
Go Kart Track
Family-friendly outdoor go-kart track with single & double karts available to rent.
Bostwick is a historic 18th-century site in Bladensburg, consisting of an elegant Georgian-style main house, outbuildings, and landscaped grounds.
Enjoy Bladensburg Waterfront Park on the Anacostia River. From the park, you also can explore the river by boat or the hiker/biker trails linking to the Anacostia Tributary Trail System and the Anacostia River Trail to Washington, DC.
This restored, five-part, stucco-covered brick plantation home was built between 1801 and 1807. The Federal style mansion has particularly fine interior decorative detail. Riversdale was also home to Adam Plummer and his family, African-Americans who later moved to present-day Edmonston.
Take a Video Tour of the Town
Thanks to the Anacostia Trails Heritage Association for supporting the development of the tourism page through a mini grant provided to the Town of Edmonston.