New Carrollton is located in the northern neck of Prince George’s County. I-495 borders the city on the east. The Baltimore Washington Parkway is to the west. The community takes its name from Charles Carrollton, who was a delegate to the Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. New Carrollton was developed on land acquired in the late 1950s by Albert W. Turner with the intentions of creating a planned suburb.
Quality of Life:
As Turner envisioned, New Carrollton is a suburban community. Residents have access to several grocery and retail stores. Nearby Greenbelt Park is an excellent location to enjoy the outdoors, go hiking or go camping.
The Baltimore Washington Parkway, I-495 and Route 50 are the major thoroughfares that serve New Carrollton residents. The Orange Line metro can be picked up at the New Carrollton Metro station.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 20 miles.
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 45 miles.
Baltimore Washington International Airport: < 30 miles.