This is a city park that has over 15 miles of paved trails. The greenway connects over 2000 acres of publicly owned parkland within the Gwynns Falls stream valley as well as over 30 neighborhoods. It includes one of the largest woodland parks in the Eastern United States - Gwynns Falls and Leakin Parks. It is a beautiful location, with heavy greenery and sights of the stream valley. Many people come here to bike, roller blade, fish, bird watch and jog. They also hold many events. Dogs are allowed here on leash.
This park is located in the center of the city, and it has lawns, hills and a waterfront. Consisting of 745 acres, it is the third oldest established park in the United States and Baltimore’s first large municipal park. It was purchased from Natives in 1860, and followed European picturesque garden style. Dogs are allowed on leash.
This is a 207 acre city park and nature preserve, where dogs are allowed on leash. It is accessible by car and bus. It has the atmosphere of an estate, and offers many Japanese maples, beeches, Maryland oaks and magnolias around the Victoria Mansion. You can walk on trails throughout the wooded area, or sign up for a guided tour.