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Beltsville Travel Guide  

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Beltsville is situated in the north of Prince George’s County in Maryland in USA. The region covers a total area of 6.6 square miles, all of which is made of land. The region had a population of 15,690 as per the 2000 census. The cost of living is 16.33%25 higher than the US average in Beltsville. There are 206 sunny days on an average in Beltsville with July being the warmest month and January the lowest. The region gets 40 inches of rainfall annually and 17 inches of snowfall. Beltsville is one of the best places to raise children as it has numerous public as well as private schools such as the Beltsville Elementary School, Calverton Elementary School, High Point School, Hillsdale Academy and Hillsdale College. Frank Cho, a comic book writer and illustrator, spent his childhood at Beltsville.

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Reviews Beltsville

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What to visit

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