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Bowie is a city in Prince George County with a population of 54,727. Bowie has grown from a small agricultural and railroad town to one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Maryland. Bowie is the largest municipality in the county, being the fifth most populous city in Maryland.
The city is a family-oriented community whose motto is “Growth, unity and progress.”
Bowie has nearly 2,000 acres set aside as parks and open space. Bowie is home to 72 baseball fields, three community centers, an ice arena at Allen Pond Park, the Bowie Town Center, the 800-seat Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, a 150-seat theatrical playhouse, a golf course and three museums. The city has recently added a state-of-the-art senior citizens center and a gymnasium for community programs.
Honoring the tradition of a rail town, the City of Bowie has preserved this piece of history in the Huntington Railroad Museum, which includes historic materials displayed in the station’s restored railroad buildings.
Bowie State University, located north of Bowie, has been open since 1865.
Bowie is home to the Bowie Baysox, a Class AA Eastern League professional baseball team affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles. The Baysox currently play their home games at Prince George’s Stadium.
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