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Dundalk–Eastfield Recreation Office

Community Supervisor: Kate Terry
Administrative Aide: Courtney Bosley

Office Hours:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Dundalk Middle School Recreation Center
2801 Yorkway
Dundalk, Maryland 21222
Directions

Phone: 410-887-7155
Fax: 410-282-8914
Email: dundalkeastfield-rp@baltimorecountymd.gov

About

Dundalk-Eastfield Recreation Office serves the Dundalk–Eastfield Recreation and Parks Council and their programs. The Council meets on a regular basis and all those interested are invited to attend.

Programs

Visit the Dundalk–Eastfield Recreation office program page for a complete list of current programs.

Parks

This office manages the daily operation and reservations for these County parks and school–recreation centers (SRC):

  • Chesterwood Park
  • Dundalk Elementary SRC
  • Dundalk Middle SRC
  • Dundalk High SRC
  • Dundalk PAL Center
  • Grange Elementary SRC
  • Heritage Park
  • Logan Elementary SRC
  • Lynch Cove Park
  • Merritt Point Park
  • North Point Government Center
  • Stansbury Park
  • St. Helena Park
  • Veteran's Park

Dundalk Community Center

PAL Activity Coordinator: Michael Palmere
PAL Recreation Leader: Ed Wallace

15 Commerce Street
Dundalk, Maryland 21222
Directions

Phone: 410-887-7229
Fax: 410-887-7230
Email: dundalkcc-rp@baltimorecountymd.gov

The Dundalk Community Center is unique in the fact that it is home for several different groups, both County and non-County affiliated.

Recreation and Parks Programs enjoy using the beautifully refurbished gymnasium for soccer, karate and basketball, as well as several community non-profit groups that hold meetings in our spacious multipurpose rooms.

The Police Athletic League (PAL) has been keeping the local youth active and in shape with the multitude of activities they offer, from playing billiards, video games and crafts, to throwing footballs and playing games of basketball in the gymnasium.

The Dundalk YMCA, which runs the indoor pool, offers swim lessons, aquatics classes and swim team practices. You can contact them at 410-285-7616.

 
Revised December 10, 2019         

 

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