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A DC Suburb Filled with Possibilities

Although it's located just minutes from Germantown and under an hour from DC, Clarksburg still manages to maintain a distinct small-town feel that you can't find anywhere else. This pedestrian-friendly community is surrounded by beautiful open land, as well as quaint avenues that wind through towering trees. For those seeking quiet countryside living with easy access to major highways and public transportation, there’s no better place than Clarksburg!

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Why Do Residents Choose Clarksburg?


Parks & recreation

Despite being just a stone's throw from the nation's capital, Clarksburg maintains a wealth of parks, greenways, and natural escapes that allow you to enjoy the serenity of the outdoors. Take a quick drive to Boyds to discover the Black Hill Regional Park, which boasts a dog run and fishing pier, as well as trails, playgrounds, and picnic shelters. Other highlights include Little Bennett Regional Park, Ovid Hazen Wells Recreational Park, and the Ridge Road Recreational Park.



There's never a shortage of fun when you live in Clarksburg! Learn more about our state's history at the Kingsley Schoolhouse, one of the best examples of a 19th-century schoolhouse. Sample some delicious wines and tour the fields of Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard, which is open all year long. You can also have an afternoon of outdoor fun at Butler's Orchard, a family-owned farm where visitors pick their own produce.


Public schools

Students living in the Clarksburg area are currently zoned for Montgomery County Public Schools, the state's largest district. In total, the town is home to four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. You'll also find a variety of private schools just minutes away from Clarksburg, in addition to a vast selection of elite colleges and universities, such as Montgomery College and the University of Maryland.

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Shopping & dining

Plenty of shopping and dining—and even a 24-hour grocery store—can be found at Clarksburg Village Center. This nearly 110,000-square foot retail space offers countless restaurants and services, including banks, a fitness center, dental offices, and more. You'll also find plenty of name-brand stores at the Clarksburg Premium Outlets, which is located right off of US-270. And if you want to sample the best flavors in town, be sure to head to the Clarksburg Tavern or Grillmarx Steakhouse.

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Clarksburg at a Glance

Travel & Commute

MARC Train: Brunswick Line
Metrorail: Red Line
Bus: Metrobus, Ride On
Major Highways: MD-27, MD-118, US-270

Quick Facts

Population 2016: 20,441
Zip Code: 20871
County: Montgomery
Mean Home Price: $471,200

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