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Best Parks to Visit This Spring

This spring, we just can't spend enough time outdoors. While our A&G communities have playgrounds and outdoor space perfect for a day outside, we know that sometimes a beautiful spring day calls for a bit more, like picnic areas, multiple playgrounds and miles of walking and biking trails. Here are our top 5 parks to visit this spring.

Rocky Point Beach and Park
Essex

If your idea of a great park is more like a beach, this one is for you, featuring two playgrounds, covered and uncovered picnic areas, access to boating and fishing year round, as well as swimming from Memorial Day to Labor Day. (Image above courtesy of MD Department of the Environment.)

Quiet Waters Park
Annapolis

Situated on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and South River, this park features 6 miles of paved trails, a playground, picnic area, dog park, dog beach and more.

Centennial Park
Ellicott City

This 325-acre park features four playgrounds, covered picnic areas and a 2.4 mile loop around beautiful Lake Centennial.

Sawmill Creek Park
Glen Burnie

Sawmill Creek Park

This park has a skate park, basketball court, playground, a picnic gazebo and trails for walking, running or biking.

Lake Roland Park
Baltimore

This 450-acre park has foot and bicycle trails, a dog park, a playground and more, situated on Lake Roland.