What’s your favorite outdoor park?

Talking Points

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - April 2014

What’s your favorite outdoor park?

Talking Points

By Jess Blumberg Mayhugh - April 2014

Robert E. Lee Park -Flickr/Something Ferdinand

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Julia Pellegrini, library technician, University of Maryland: Cromwell Valley Park! The trails are endless and it’s rarely crowded.

Shannon Delanoy, designer and seamstress, Sweet Pepita: Druid Hill Park—my kids love the playgrounds, the zoo, and all the friends they make.

Sarah Bregel, personal trainer: We love Robert E. Lee because of all the great trails. They also have events like maple sugaring and natural egg dyeing!

Jessica Muffoletto, marketing specialist, Kettler Management: The Lenore apartments [Downtown] has its own personal dog park and outside grilling area on the third floor. It’s pretty awesome!

Mary-Margaret Stepanian, PR executive: Canton Waterfront Park is my weekday go-to on a beautiful day. Bag my lunch and chillax—always great for people and dog watching!


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