Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are The Parke’s assessment fees?

$200 per Month

Q. Are there any other fees?

Yes – A separate annual fee is paid to Ocean Pines HOA (currently $996); there are also one-time settlement fees: $1,000 Capital Contribution when you purchase your property and $150 set-up fee to Legum & Norman Property Management.

Q. What is included in The Parke monthly assessment fee?

  • Private Clubhouse with an indoor pool, fitness center, billiards room, card room, arts & crafts room and business center
  • Centrally located, protected, and secure Mail Pavilion
  • On-site General Manager & Staff
  • Walking & bike lanes
  • Nature trails
  • Private community pier (crabbing/fishing/kayaking)
  • Landscaping *
  • Gutter and downspout cleaning *
  • Snow removal
  • Monthly newsletter
  • Community website
  • Numerous clubs and activities

* some exclusions apply

Q. Can someone under 55 live in The Parke?

The Parke is an “age-qualified residential community”. The property must be occupied by at least one person 55 years of age or older.

Persons under the age of 19 may visit occupants for no more than 30 days in any six-month period.

Persons 19 years of age or older may occupy the premises with an age-qualified purchaser/tenant.

Q. Is this a gated community?

No, but each Parke resident is assigned an identification swipe card for entry to the private Clubhouse and Mail Pavilion.

Q. How many homes are in The Parke?

503 homes consisting of single-family homes, manor homes and villas residing on 200+ acres bordering protected wetlands and conservation areas.

Q. Is there a pool?

There is an indoor pool at the Clubhouse that all residents can use for no charge.

Q. Do you give tours of the Clubhouse?

Yes, tours are available upon request. Please call 410-208-4994 for more information.

Q. Where can I find additional information about the surrounding community?

Please visit Ocean Pines at www.oceanpines.org for more details.

Our Mission & Vision Statement

MISSION: To serve its members by maintaining, enhancing and protecting the assets of the Association and providing an active adult lifestyle for its residents.

VISION: To be an outstanding active adult residential community responsive to its members and providing them with services and programs consistent with the motto, "It's more than a Community, It's a Lifestyle." This will be evidenced by:

*a community that is, and is viewed as, a desirable place to live and enjoy activities, facilities and camaraderie with friends, family and the greater community at large;

*neighbors working together to maximize opportunities for continued growth and self development and social interaction;

*homeowners who understand and are willing to abide by reasonable rules and regulations.