Meadowood Regional Park
Region 2 Office
Community Supervisor: Larry Fowler
10650 Falls Road
Lutherville, Maryland 21093
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.
Meadowood Regional Park provides a variety of outdoor recreational facilities:
- Six athletic fields (four lighted, one artificial turf)
- Three picnic pavilions
- .8 mile paved walking path, with upper and lower sections measuring .4 miles each
Contact Meadowood Regional Park at 410-887-3678 or the Lutherville-Timonium Recreation office at 410-887-7684 for information regarding upcoming events, pavilion reservations, recreation council programs, recreation council league schedules, weather cancellations and other information about the park.
Meadowood Regional Park's three pavilions are available for reservation by emailing the Lutherville-Timonium office or calling 410-887-7684. They offer an attractive venue for family, company and other group picnics.
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.
Revised November 3, 2015