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To assist in keeping staff, volunteers, participants and residents safe and minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Department of Recreation and Parks will be following all State Executive Orders related to youth sports activities. All Department of Recreation and Parks buildings are closed to the public until further notice.

Updated 06.30.2020

Open to the Public

  • Basketball Courts
    • NOTE:  Basketball hoops will be installed over the course of the next two weeks.
  • Beaches
    • NOTE:  Park capacity is still limited. Groups should be 10 or less, and everyone should practice social distancing. Masks are required for bathroom use with limited occupancy. Showers are still closed at this time. 
  • Boating
  • Community gardens
    • NOTE:  Some community gardens may not have water or be prepped at this time.
  • County parks
  • Disc golf courses
  • Dog Parks
  • Fields and diamonds
  • Golf courses
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Open Space
  • Pavilions
    • NOTE:  Reservations can begin for rentals starting 7/4/20
  • Picnic areas
  • Playgrounds
  • Pickleball courts
  • Recreational fishing
  • Restrooms in regional parks
    • NOTE:  Outdoor accessible restroom facilities will be opened in conjunction with scheduled permitted activities and as regular need demands.
  • Skate Parks
    • Note:  In an effort to keep our members safe, we ask that skaters wear masks, practice social distancing and that there are less than 10 skaters at a time in the park.
  • Tennis courts (outdoor)
  • Trails

Closed to the Public

  • Buildings
  • Comfort Stations
  • Portable toilets
  • Stages
  • Turf fields (open by permit only)
  • Water Fountains

The Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks, with support from the Maryland Food Bank and Healthy Food Access St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, is offering limited food distribution for families. Find more information.

For information regarding weather cancellation policies, please review our inclement weather policies.

Grab-and-Go Recreation Program

Grab-and-Go Recreation is a free program providing various activities such as fitness, sports, arts and nature. Grab your materials and go to the park. Grab your materials and go outside. Grab your materials and go be active!

Show off your work by sending in your pictures and videos of the activities and projects to grabandgo-rp@baltimorecountymd.gov or the Department’s Facebook page.

If you are in need of the materials for the challenges, please contact us and we will make arrangements to get them out to you. Supplies are limited.


All weather related delays and cancelations will be posted here.

Registration for Spring/Summer

Adult Programs
Aerobics, Lacrosse, Soccer, Men's & Co-ed Softball, Tennis, Yoga

Registration for Spring/Summer

Youth Programs
Baseball, Lacrosse, Girls Softball, Rugby, Softball Challenger, Volleyball

Registration for Spring/Summer

Ridgely Middle School
Offering Here RAC, Lacrosse, Girls Softball, and Volleyball

Registration for Spring/Summer

Summer Camps 2020
Will be here soon!

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The following school facilities and parks are under the jurisdiction of LTRC.

SCHOOLS: Ridgely Middle School, Lutherville Laboratory, Timonium, Pinewood, and Hampton Elementary School

PARKS: Seminary Park, Orchard Hills, Valley Fields North, Valley Fields South, West Lutherville Park.

For Directions to School Facilities & Park click here