Landover, MD
FedExField Stadium Jack Kent Cooke Stadium Washington Redskins Stadium
label football

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about Landover

Landover is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 23,078 people. It was named for the town of Llandovery, Wales. Though small, Landover houses many neighborhoods, which include Glenarden, Brightseat, Ardmore, Palmer Park, Kentland, Dodge Park, Columbia Park, Willow Hills(Hill Rd), Belle Haven, Lansdowne, and Village Green.

There are ample educational opportunities for the city residents in Landover because it is very close to Washington, D.C. A few colleges, universities, and community colleges are located within 10 miles of Landover. Many of these programs offer adult education degrees for the working professional in addition to the traditional student curriculum. Beall's Pleasure and Ridgley Methodist Episcopal Church are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A nice festival in the community is the Harlem Renaissance Festival, which occurs at Kentland-Columbia Park Community Center every year in May.

If you are a football fan, one of the benefits you would receive by living in Landover is having the Washington Redskins play in your backyard. Landover is home to FedEx Field, which is the Redskins' home stadium. If you want to see the action in the field instead of hear it through your window, buy a ticket early as they are notorious for being hard to find.

Discover this small, but beautiful place, full of history and events.