Hagerstown City Park

City Park Voted Most Beautiful City Park photo

Considered by many to be the crown jewel in the City’s park system, historic City Park is home to the Jonathan Hager House & Museum, the original homestead of the City’s founder, Jonathan Hager. City Park is a picturesque collection of man-made lakes, wooded walking trails, picnic facilities, and active recreation facilities. It is also home to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, the Hagerstown Railroad Museum and Engine 202, and the Mansion House Art Center.

Travel website escapehere.com recently named City Park one of the 10 most beautiful city parks! Read the full article here.

Owners may walk their dogs in City Park in accordance with the Parks & Recreation Division's Dog Policy, and in the areas designated on the City Park Dog Walking map.
Information on renting pavilions, playing fields, or other park facilities can be found on the Facility Rental Overview page. Use of this park must conform to the City's Park Rules & Regulations.

Location: 501 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21740 (click for map)

Amenities: Band Shell, Lakes*, Pavilions, Play Equipment,Restrooms, (Non-Regulation Size)
Softball Fields, (Lighted) Tennis Court, Walking Trails

* City Park is home to swans and other waterfowl as well as fish. Please note that
fishing is NOT permitted in the lakes at City Park.

City Park Amenities Map (pdf)

Contact Phone: 301-739-8577 ext. 169

Google Maps 360 View of City Park

Hagerstown City Park is home to the following destinations
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