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Honeygo Run Regional Park

Community Supervisor: Joe Law
Activity Coordinator: Kelly Neiser

9033 Honeygo Boulevard
Perry Hall, Maryland 21128

Phone: 410-887-3681
Fax: 410-832-8588


Honeygo Run Regional Park provides a variety of outdoor and indoor recreation facilities to serve the northeast area of Baltimore County.

  • Two lighted ball diamonds
  • Three athletic fields (one artificial, two lighted)
  • A 13,000 square foot indoor recreation center
  • A roller hockey court (lighted)
  • An ADA-accessible playground
  • Two picnic pavilions (holds maximum 60 guests)
  • Pedestrian bridge over Honeygo Boulevard
  • 350-space parking lot
  • An extensive path and trail system traversing most of the park's wooded areas
  • Perry Paw Dog Park.


Visit Honeygo Run Regional Park's program web page for more information about upcoming events, pavilion reservations, recreation council programs, recreation council league schedules, weather cancellations and other information about the park.


Two pavilions—field and playground—can be reserved from April 1 through September 30 for birthday parties, family gatherings, and church or family picnics. We begin taking reservations March 4 for the current calendar year but do not require reservations after September 30. At that time all pavilions revert to a first-come-first-serve basis, unless reserved by a Recreation Council. Pavilion areas include:

  • Two charcoal grills
  • Two trash barrels
  • Approximately 12 picnic tables—party size is limited to 60 people maximum, no exceptions

For more information, or to inquire if pavilions are still available, please contact the park's community office, which is located at Eastern Regional Park.

Revised February 21, 2020         
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