If carefully selected, a good playground is open, sunny, fun, and safe. Here are five playgrounds in the Baltimore area which fit all of these categories. Phone up another parent, set a date, pack up the kids, and get ready to play!
A Pomeranian puppy was stolen from a West Baltimore playground.
Police are investigating a shooting at a playground in Northwest Baltimore.
Kindergartners passed around a needle they found at an Anne Arundel County elementary school playground.
The Park Heights neighborhood is no longer pegged as a so-called playground desert.
With Baltimore City schools needing millions of dollars to fix aging schools, it’s hard to get the money needed to rehab an obsolete playground.
A tough break for kids in one west Baltimore neighborhood.
Police in Laurel say three playgrounds have been torched in just days.
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a fire that destroyed playground equipment at a park in Laurel.
A nonprofit that builds playgrounds for children in need is bringing its volunteers to the National Institutes of Health.
Charred rubber and burned beams are all that remain of a Baltimore City playground.
Swings and slides are no fun when it’s cold and muddy, and even an extremely hot, sunny day can take the fun out of a day at the park. Skip the stressors and head to Baltimore’s best indoor playgrounds instead. These awesome area venues offer so much more than a community park, with little extras that keep the fun going all day long.