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Meadowwood Regional Park

Meadowood Regional Park Directions

Address: 10650 Falls Road, Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland 21093
From the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) take exit 23B for Falls Road north, and immediately proceed to the left lane. Make a left at the first stoplight onto Falls Road south, and proceed to the park entrance just ahead on the right (marked by park sign).

For safety sake please be sure your dog is on a 6 foot or less non retractable leash. Cleaning up after your dog with proper disposal in trash cans is an ABSOLUTE MUST so remember your poop bags. It gets hot out there so bring water for you and your pup as the park does NOT have these facilities at our ready.


This a basically flat terrain and being pathed very easy under foot. great for those just starting out with their exercise regiment or those wanting to start learning to speed walk or jog. we can meet up and people can walk or jog in mini groups at whatever speed is good , doing as many laps as time and endurance allows each person to do.

Gateway to the Greenspring Valley

Located on the southwest corner of Falls and Greenspring Valley Roads just north of the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) and the Jones Falls Expressway (I-83), Meadowood Regional Park serves as a green gateway to scenic Greenspring Valley. The park provides a balanced mix of recreation and nature, featuring a variety of recreational facilities as well as areas specifically designated for environmental preservation. The natural environment and recreation combine to make Meadowood Regional Park a destination popular with sports and nature enthusiasts alike.

Photo of picnic pavilions and playground. Meadowood's Recreational Side

The woodlands that encircle the recreational facilities at Meadowood Regional Park provide a scenic backdrop for the variety of activities that can be enjoyed at the park. Active sports programs of local recreation and parks councils are well served by Meadowood's six athletic fields - four of which are lighted as well as the one lighted artificial turf field. These fields are essential to meeting the area's booming recreational demand for such sports as lacrosse, soccer, football, and field hockey.

Pavilions for Picnics

Meadowood Regional Park's three pavilions are available for reservation through the Lutherville Timonium Recreation Office,[masked]-7684. They offer an attractive venue for family, company, and other group picnics.

Playground and Walking Paths Photo of Meadowood's playground apparatus area.

The nearby accessible playground is sure to be a hit with the kids. The paved path network that winds through the park has proven very popular, and provides an excellent opportunity to get a little exercise, whether you are a walker, jogger, bicycler, roller blader, or dog owner - park visitors with dogs are asked to keep the park safe and clean by keeping their dogs leashed on a 6foot or less no retractable leash and cleaning up after them. Meadowood's path has been marked with a one-mile route that allows visitors to gauge the distance they've covered, and to clock their time to cover the distance if they so desire.

Meadowood's Natural Side

Visitors entering Meadowood Park from its parking lot off of Falls Road will cross a footbridge spanning a tranquil wood-line stream. A lovely view of the Deep Run stream may be enjoyed from the bridge. Both Deep Run and a lengthy stretch of the Jones Falls (a County-designated environmental greenway), traverse the park property, meandering close to Meadowood's east, south, and west boundaries. Designated forest buffer areas have been established adjacent to the streams to help protect their water quality and to provide valuable wildlife habitat. Forest buffers such as those established at the park are an important part of Baltimore County's environmental initiatives, which are overseen by the County's Department of Environmental Protection and Resource Management. The woodlands at Meadowood Regional Park also provide a visual "break" from the nearby developed landscape, and preserve a "green space" that serves as a gateway to the scenic, predominantly rural Greenspring Valley.

Photo of a longview of Meadowood Regional Park.

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