BCRP Programs & Special Events

Virtual Rec


Recreation restart! This Fall, you can work with live instructors in-person or virtually with our new programming at select recreation centers.  Or join us for brand new special events that bring you into your favorite park for some fall festivities. 


This Fall, select recreation centers and facilities open for in-person programming. Please note, recreation centers are open for scheduled programming and as Student Learning Centers. They are not available for general use

Explore all of our in-person programs here!

Looking for something specific?

  • Click here for water aerobics and lap reservations at our Indoor Pools.
  • Click here for canoeing, hiking and all outdoor recreation.
  • Click here to see our Nature Education programs.

Guidelines: All in-person programs are limited to small groups and masks must be worn while inside the building and during all activities. All participants must adhere to social distancing instructions from staff, signs and markers at all times.

Please note that our Special Facilities: Shake & Bake Family Fun Center, Myers Pavillion, Baltimore Rowing & Water Resource Center, Mimi DiPietro Family Skating Center and Mt. Pleasant Ice Arena are still closed at this time.

Follow us on social media @recnparks on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.


Ravens Watch Party - Free Tickets

November 22, 11:30AM-3PM


Football season is here! We are bringing Ravens fans to Caton Waterfront Park to enjoy live games for free from the safety of their vehicle or a social distance circle (for up to six people in a household).

The games begin at 1PM. Fans are welcome to join us starting at 11:30AM to watch the pre-show.

Event Schedule:
Sunday, November 22 - Ravens vs. Titans

This event is #free and family-friendly. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. Go to bit.ly/ravenswatchparty to sign up today. Walk-ups will be permitted on the day of the event depending on availability

Drive-in Movies - Tickets

October 17-November 21

Drive-In Movies

Movies in the park are back with the Fall Drive-In Movie Series. Guests can enjoy a fun film from the comfort of their vehicle (or a Social Distance Circle for up to six people in a household). The series takes place Saturdays through October and November at various city park locations for just $10 per car/circle. Each show has a limited number of tickets, so grab them before they are gone.  

Buy your tickets. Click here!

Drive-in Movie Schedule:

Saturday, October 17
Carroll Park,
1500 Washington Blvd. 21230
Black Panther (rated PG-13)
Saturday, October 24
Druid Hill Park, 
900 Druid Park Lake Dr.  21217
Hocus Pocus (rated PG) 
Saturday, October 31 (Halloween) Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park, 4921 Windsor Mill Rd. 21207 Double Feature: Disney's Zombies (rated G) and Rocky Horror Picture Show (rated R)
Saturday, November 7 Middle Branch Waterfront Park, 3301 Waterview Ave. 21230 Knives Out (rated R)
Saturday, November 14 Canton Waterfront Park, 3001 Boston St. 21224 Casablanca (rated PG)
Saturday, November 21
Druid Hill Park
900 Druid Park Lake Dr. 21217
Abominable (rated PG)

To keep everyone safe, please all adhere to the following guidelines:

  • No walkups – everyone must pre-register
  • Proof of registration must be shown upon arrival– print or electronic versions are fine.
  • All attendees will sign a waiver and guidelines for participation with registration.
  • No food or drink is allowed to be consumed in social circles. 


Stay home and stay active with free weekly virtual programming. All ages and abilities are welcome.

 Explore all of our Virtual Classes here!

Virtual Programs

Virtual Senior Programs are held every Monday and Wednesday. 



Go to: Virtual Rec Home Page