Baltimore’s Best Playgrounds

Bundle up the kids and enjoy the last bit of beautiful Baltimore fall weather at these fun-packed playgrounds.

Our Playground at Stadium Place

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via Stadium Playground

This playground is not only a whole bunch of fun, but was built completely by volunteers and funded in full by donations, a testament to the strength and perseverance of the Baltimore community. It has everything from towers to slides, and even features a volcano!

You can find Our Playground at Stadium Place at 900 E 33rd St.

Scrap Tire Playground

via Maryland Department of Environment

via Maryland Department of the Environment

We love this spot because it not only uses tire for the turf, but for almost every piece of equipment, making it not only environmentally friendly, but incredibly safe. The kids will be content to climb and swing all day long here.

You can find Scrap Tire Playground at 2813 Jerusalem Road.

Riderwood Hills Park

This recently remodeled hidden gem is decked out with a rock wall, zip line, and suspension bridge. There are even basketball courts and a baseball field nearby for the older kids. There are picnic tables for the adults to relax and chat while they keep an eye on the kids.

You can find Riderwood Hills Park at 910 Kenilworth Ave.

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