Fruitland Recreational Park
The Fruitland Recreational Park and Annex are located across the street from each other on Brown Street in Fruitland. The complex is an incredible resource for both youth and adult sports in the community and the City takes great pride in the park. The Recreational Park spans 27 acres and provides four Little League baseball fields, one adult softball field and two soccer fields (one large and one small). There are also two concessions buildings, restroom facilities, a pavilion with picnic tables and a grill, a large playground area and horseshoe pits. The baseball fields are used by the Fruitland Little League.
The Park Annex, which spans 11 acres, provides two additional softball fields, a Senior Little League field, a small soccer field, a lighted football/lacrosse field (Red Men Field), two concessions buildings with restrooms, a pavilion with picnic tables, a playground area and a walking trail. Red Men Field is home to the Fruitland Falcons Youth Sports Organization which includes programs in youth football, lacrosse, and cheerleading.
The Fruitland Recreational Park and Annex is not maintained by the Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism but is still considered a county park as significant funding was provided in its development through Maryland’s Open Space Program. The facility is currently maintained by the City of Fruitland and managed by the Fruitland Recreation Commission. For more information about the park, including rental information, please visit www.cityoffruitland.com or call City Hall at 410-548-2800.
This park was funded in part by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Program Open Space Grants.
Sports FacilitiesBaseball Field,Geocache,Horseshoe Court(s),Soccer/Lacrosse Fields,Softball Field,Football Field
Outdoor ExplorationWalking/Hiking Trails
Group Use / PicnicGrill,Pavilion Shelter,Picnic Tables
General AmenititesPublic Restroom,Concession Stand
Current Programs & News
Project 7 ½
Project 7 ½ is designed to provide individuals with physical or mental disabilities the opportunity to play baseball. The capital campaign for this proposed project launched Aug. 13.
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Kids Klub After School
From theme parties to arts and crafts, organized competition to service projects, this program is the one of the most well-rounded opportunities for youth. It's held in seven elementary schools. - Read More
Good Beer Festival
The Good Beer Festival returns to Pemberton Historical Park on Oct. 11-12. There will be 100 different craft brews, live music, games and more. - Read More