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Carroll Park

Carroll Park, Baltimore's third country landscape park (after Druid Hill and Patterson Parks), is significant for its association with the early development of the park system in Baltimore. Located in Southwest Baltimore, Carroll Park is 117 acres. Originally part of the Mount Clare estate of Charles Carroll, Barrister, the park includes one of the oldest of two Federal style mansions still standing in Baltimore City. (Homewood House on Johns Hopkins University Campus being the other.) 

In the 30 years prior to becoming a park, the area surrounding Mt. Clare was leased from the Carrolls and became Southwestern Schuetzen Park—a private recreation area used by German immigrants in Baltimore. A pastoral setting with curvilinear carriageways and pedestrian walks was planted with trees, shrubs and flower beds, and included a picturesque Victorian conservatory. 

Today, Carroll Park boasts an assortment of athletic fields—home to the Carroll Park Little League—a neighborhood playground, spectacular outdoor skating facility as well as a nine-hole golf course. Carroll Park also hosts the German festival each year, which offers music, performing arts, food and crafts.

Amenities

• Playground
• Basketball courts (4)
• Ballfields (6)
• Athletic fields (2)
• Fieldhouse
Carroll Park Skateboarding & Bike Facility
Carroll Park Golf Course
• Gwynns Falls stream valley
Gwynns Falls Trail
• Carroll City Farm Garden

In Proximity to. . .

• Southwest Baltimore Charter School
• Stricker & Ramsey Park
• Charles Carroll Barrister Elementary School
Samuel F.B. Morse Recreation Center
Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park

BCRP Links

• Carroll Park Master Plan
• City Park Rules 
• Park Use Permits
Athletic Fields Permits
Carroll Park Skateboarding & Bike Facility 

Other Useful Links

• Friends of Carroll Park
• Carroll Park Golf Course
• Mount Clare Museum House
• Gwynns Falls Trail
Skatepark of Baltimore
B&O Railroad Museum



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