Wilde Lake, Columbia, Maryland


Wilde Lake is a reservoir and also the name of the surrounding neighborhood, or "village", located in Columbia, Maryland, just north and west of the Columbia Town Center. It was the first portion of the "New Town" of Columbia to be built during the late 1960s, and was occupied in 1967. The lake and village are named for Frazar B. Wilde, a past chairman of the board of Connecticut General Life Insurance Company. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with County, Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, Airports, Census-designated places, Private elementary schools, Education


  1. Condado de Howard (Maryland)

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival
  2. Enchanted Forest (Maryland)
  3. Jessup (Maryland)


  1. Haysfield Airport

Census-designated places

  1. Fulton (Maryland)
  2. North Laurel (Maryland)
  3. Scaggsville
  4. West Laurel
  5. Highland (Maryland)
  6. Ellicott City (Maryland)
  7. Ilchester (Maryland)
  8. Savage-Guilford (Maryland)

Private elementary schools

  1. Pointers Run Elementary School


  1. Clarksville Middle School

Other interest places

  1. Richland Farm (Clarksville, Maryland)
  2. Lake Centennial (Maryland)
  3. Applied Physics Laboratory
  4. Merriweather Post Pavilion
  5. Wilde Lake, Columbia, Maryland

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