A weekend-long celebration marked the official opening of Rash Field Park at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor with a weekend of fun for the general public November 6-7.
On Saturday and Sunday, Waterfront Partnership, BCRP and local pro-skaters welcomed residents and families to the park with special activities for all ages. Visitors experienced everything that phase one has to offer including two playgrounds – an adventure park and nature park, Jake’s Skate Park, a shade lawn and a pavilion with green roof overlook. The Park serves as a space for families from across Baltimore and visitors to explore, relax and experience fun, education and wonder.
Mahan Rykiel Associates serves as the Park’s designer, Whiting-Turner as general contractor and construction manager, and global design and architecture firm Gensler designed the BGE Pavilion.
Rash Field Park
300 Key Highway
Baltimore, MD 21230
Waterfront Partnership, in collaboration with our government, business, and community partners, creates a clean, green, safe, sustainable and thriving urban waterfront for all to enjoy. We’re lean, nimble and effective; the only organization that wakes up every day, rolls its sleeves up and gets to work on new ways we can make Baltimore’s Waterfront even more active, attractive and appealing. We’re the hosts who greet visitors, the creators of programs and promotions and managers of our beautiful parks. We encourage investment in Baltimore’s most celebrated asset so it can continue to grow, to serve as a place of pride and the place where Baltimoreans come together to recreate and to celebrate. For more information, visit waterfrontpartnership.org.