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Baltimore County reminds residents that parks remain open, playgrounds remain closed

UPDATE: County Executive Johnny Olszewski tweeted on Thursday, saying, “Beginning tomorrow (Friday), recreational fishing and boating will be open, as well as our tennis courts and disc golf courses. Please remember to keep your distance and avoid groups of 10 or more people.”

Original story below…


NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County reminded residents on Thursday that all county parks remain open.

Most parks are open daily from sunrise to sunset, however skate parks, playgrounds, turf fields, basketball courts, and restrooms remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Thursday, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman announced that remaining Harford County-owned recreation spaces would be reopened.

Maryland State Parks-owned properties have also reopened (click here for full guidelines).

On Wednesday, Governor Larry Hogan announced that some low-risk, outdoor activities would be allowed to resume this week.

For a complete list of Baltimore County parks, click here.

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