RASH FIELD PARK

NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION!

PARK FEATURES

Rash Field Park will be redesigned into an active and attractive park space that will serve a diverse user base through added amenities and increased programming. Explore the beloved hallmarks and new features of Rash Field Park.

BGE NATURE PARK

Take a trip into the country with our urban nature park.  This nature play space will feature gardens of native plants, secret pathways and fallen logs to immerse children in our local ecosystem.  The nature park is designed by Natural Learning Initiative, a leader in childhood development and age-appropriate play.

ADVENTURE PARK

A dynamic playground for kids of all ages, this space is headlined by two wooden towers reaching over 30 feet in the air!  The adventure park will inspire adventure through active play while reducing childhood obesity.  The adventure park is designed by Natural Learning Initiative, a leader in childhood development and age-appropriate play.

SHADE LAWN

A place to relax and take in the waterfront views! Tree cover will provide a cool respite, while a working stormwater feature will collect runoff and provide an educational experience for local science classes. Porch swings that overlook the Inner Harbor will quickly become one of the most popular features at Rash Field Park.

JAKE’S SKATE PARK

Jake’s Skate Park, named after Jake Owen, a five-year-old South Baltimore boy who was killed by a cell phone distracted driver in 2011, will feature a bowl, mini ramps, rails, ledges, and transfers providing a dedicated space that will be accessible for skaters of all ages and abilities.

BGE PAVILION

Designed by internationally-acclaimed architects Gensler, the glassy pavilion will feature a local cafe with sweeping views of the waterfront. The pavilion will also include an iconic steel shade structure that will keep our outdoor seating cool and comfortable throughout the summer.

OVERLOOK

Located on top of the pavilion, the green roof overlook is a park within a park. The overlook will welcome visitors who enter from Key Highway to curved pathways and waterfront views. Descend into the main park through a grand set of stairs.