M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George’s County Announces Opening of New Indoor Track at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex

February 20, 2024

Riverdale, Md. – The Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George’s County, part of the M-NCPPC, announces the completion of the indoor track installation at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex. The Department remains committed to providing an ultramodern track amenity that will enhance the community’s athletic experiences.

The indoor track underwent scheduled replacement of flooring due to the end-of-life time limit. Other improvements include:

  • Complete replacement of two layers of track surfacing
  • Installation of two new pole vault plant boxes
  • Installation of eight new long jump boards
  • Wiring and audio/visual upgrades
  • Flooring installation under the stands (to be completed after track season)

Managed by the Department’s Capital Planning and Development Division, the project was carried out by Barco Enterprises Inc. and Miller Sports Construction. Renovations were completed from August 2023 to January 2024. The Complex continued to offer a variety of programs while renovations were made. Now well underway, the 2023-2024 indoor track season was only minimally affected by the closure.

“The Department of Parks and Recreation has invested heavily to provide the highest quality indoor track and field experience for our residents and rental clients. The recent track renovations and upgrades have been well-received by our patrons, athletes, and rental clients,” according to Tara Stewart, Division Chief, Aquatics and Athletic Facilities. “The Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex’s management team and the Department’s Capital Planning & Development Division were very purposeful in selecting design elements and upgrades to enhance the experience for everyday users, avid fitness participants, and competitive athletes within Prince George’s County and the Region.”

The Department appreciates patrons’ patience and understanding while these necessary upgrades were made. Some final additional improvements to the facility surfacing, specifically under the bleachers, will be completed once the track season has concluded. For other questions about the indoor track, contact

About the Department

With over 28,000 acres of parkland, trails, athletic fields, playgrounds and more – M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George’s County provides an award-winning park system through progressive, quality, innovative leadership and a commitment to its community and environment. The Department delivers first-class recreational activities and programs for people of all ages and ability levels. It strives to improve the quality of life for residents in Prince George’s County and the communities in which they live, work, and raise families. The Department’s facilities and programming continue to evolve and expand to keep pace with the needs of its vibrant community. For more information, visit