There are plenty of places to play on Ocean City property. Over a dozen city parks provide wonderful recreational opportunities. Maintained by a devoted and conscientious Recreation and Parks Department facilities are kept in tip top shape.
Northside Park is the largest and busiest park in the region. Almost 60 acres await with entertainments. Competitions are held on the lighted soccer field, softball and baseball diamonds. Folks meander along the footbridge and on the piers. Anglers cast out in the fishing lagoon in hopes of catching the big one. Concession stands are on hand for hungry tummies, and many a youngster stops by after rambunctious frolicking on one of two playgrounds. Workouts are completed on the outdoor fitness equipment. And, a community center hosts a variety of recreation classes. The lending library beckons bookworms and various sitting areas make cozy spots for settling in for a good read.
Residents of Ocean City Homes Play in the Park All Day
Ocean City’s newest addition is Sunset Park. A stage showcases special events. The views here are simply stunning. Sights include Assateague Island, the Atlantic Ocean and Sinepuxent Bay. Little Salisbury Park has gone to the dogs with puppies wagging their tails in the dog park. Teams get down to business on the basketball court while partners pair up on the tennis court. The Ocean City Center for the Arts is housed on this Ocean City property.
Get to know neighbors and friends by spending time in an Ocean City parks. They are practically around every corner!
Smaller parks are perfect for quick outings. Fiesta Park is wooded with scenic trails winding throughout. Picnickers find shady spots under the pavilion to share their meals. Jameson Park is also great for strolling about and quiet moments of contemplation. Good times are had by youngsters living in Ocean City homes as they climb, run and jump in the North Surf Park tot lot. Gorman Park boasts a bigger playground and also has a tennis court and racquetball court.