Celebrate National Trails Day with a fun ride through West Baltimore Parks

West Baltimore’s unique landscape of parks and gardens feature everything from a monument to Francis Scott Key to innovative bioswales for sustainable stormwater management. The best way to get to know all these local treasures? Hop on your bike and join us for a free National Trails Day ride through West Baltimore parks!

West Baltimore Parks by Bike

Saturday, June 2, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
RSVP today! Meet at the Francis Scott Key Monument – Eutaw Place and Lanvale Street.

Parking – Street parking available in surrounding area. Transit – UB/Mt. Royal Light Rail Station, the State Center Metro Station, or MTA Bus.

Together with our partners Baltimore Heritage and Bikemore (a new citywide bike advocacy group), we’ll take an easy two-hour ride visiting over 10 small parks and gardens across west and southwest Baltimore. Whether you love community gardening, Civil War history or soaring historic churches, this ride will have something for you. This family-friendly six-mile ride will be led by experienced guides. Don’t forget to bring water and a snack!

The West Baltimore Squares Spring Celebration is supported by the Partnership for Parks program from the Parks & People Foundation and the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks. Learn more about National Trails Day events across Maryland from the the American Hiking Society.

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