City Parks for residents of Baltimore City include more than 4,000 acres of parkland and public spaces with more than 94,000 street trees and 28,000 park trees.

There are many opportunities for outdoor activities, such as taking a peaceful walk at Druid Hill Park, birdwatching at Patterson Park, or playing golf at Clifton Park, Carroll Park, and Forest Park.

Smaller community parks are also available for residents to meet and interact with their neighbors. Baltimore's parks offer activities for people of all ages and interests, such as painting, biking, hiking, or playing sports.

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Druid Hill Park is a 745-acre urban park that features beautiful walking paths, scenic views, and a wide range of amenities, including athletic fields, a swimming pool, and a lake.

Wyman Park is another popular destination, offering a beautiful green space with plenty of walking and biking paths, as well as tennis courts and playgrounds.

Canton Waterfront Park, situated on the Inner Harbor, offers spectacular views of the water and the Baltimore skyline. Visitors can enjoy a stroll along the promenade, take in the beautiful waterfront scenery, and relax in the grassy areas.

Carroll Park, located in southwest Baltimore, is home to several historical landmarks, including the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum, and is a popular spot for picnicking, playing sports, and taking in the beautiful trees and greenery.

The 291-acre Gwynns Falls / Leakin Park, one of the largest urban wilderness areas in the country, offers a unique opportunity to explore a natural oasis within the city, with hiking trails, streams, and woodlands to explore.

Other notable parks in Baltimore City include Middle Branch Park, which features beautiful waterfront views and a range of recreational activities such as kayaking, fishing, and hiking.

Herring Run Park, which offers over 350 acres of green space and trails, as well as a disc golf course and many playgrounds.

Federal Hill is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, featuring beautiful views of the harbor and downtown Baltimore, while Rash Field Park offers a public beach area, volleyball courts, and other amenities.

Reedbird Park, Riverside Park, ABC Park, Clifton Park, Cylburn Arboretum in Mount Washington, Hanlon Park, Farring Baybrook Park, Chinquapin Run Park, Fort Armistead Park, and Roosevelt Park also offer playground, sports field, nature trails, and picnic areas

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