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Welcome to Bowie!

With a rich history and close proximity to several major East Coast cities, Bowie is a great place to call home. Explore over 2,000 acres of park space, discover local history at the Huntington Railroad Museum, and enjoy fresh seafood at some of the local restaurants. With a tight-knit community and tons of things to do, Bowie offers top-notch experiences for residents of all ages.

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Bowie at a Glance

Travel & Commute

Washington, D.C.: 22.9 mi
Baltimore: 26.4 mi
BWI Airport: 19.0 mi
Major Roads: I-97, US-50, US-301

Quick Facts

Population: 56,498
Zip Codes: 21114
County: Prince George's
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Bowie Attractions

Why Do Residents Choose Bowie?

Parks & Recreation

If you're looking for a breath of fresh air, there are tons of great parks and green spaces to explore in the Bowie area! Located just off of Crain Highway, Whitemarsh Park is a 182-acre natural oasis that boasts everything from ball fields to miles of paved and more rugged trails. Nearby Foxhill Park has its own pond, and it's also home to the famous Belair Mansion.


With a wealth of shops, restaurants, parks, and activities, Bowie truly offers something for residents of all ages. Head to the Bowie Town Center or Bowie Marketplace to check out local and chain retailers, satisfy your cravings at the many local restaurants, or visit the Allen Pond Park or Chesapeake Bay for all of your outdoor needs. Don't forget to check out the Bowie community events calendar to stay up-to-date on what's happening in the neighborhood!


Younger residents of Bowie are served by Prince George's County Public Schools, one of the largest districts near the Baltimore and DC Metro areas. In total, the district educates more than 130,000 students and operates 208 schools throughout the county. Students can choose to enroll in a magnet school or participate in special programs, including language immersion and CTE courses.

Shopping & Dining

Looking for a good lunch spot? Try some delicious seafood at the Chesapeake Grille and Deli, sample the famous "Crab Bomb" from Jerry's, or grab drinks at the historic Old Bowie Town Grille. After you've satisfied your culinary cravings, you can indulge in a little retail therapy at one of Bowie's many shopping centers. The Bowie Town Center and Hilltop Plaza both offer a wide variety of boutiques and chain retailers to choose from!


Thanks to its location near several major metropolitan areas, there are tons of opportunities for employment in the Bowie area. The University of Maryland, Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington, the IRS, and the U.S. Census Bureau are just a few of Bowie's largest employers. Other major fields include healthcare, retail trade, educational services, and food services.

Bowie Home-Buying Resources

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