Recreation & Parks

Westminster City Department of Recreation and Parks is dedicated to providing citizens with safe and enjoyable activities events and park services. The department is committed to organizing and promoting a variety of recreational activities and events designed to encourage family interaction and personal enjoyment. We also partner with a number of community organizations in an effort to promote the health and well being of our local citizens. 

Services

For more information on the following services, check out the links on the left.
  • Children's Camps - The City of Westminster Summer Camp offers endless opportunities for your child to have a fun and memorable summer camp experience each and every week.  Each day at camp is designed to spark your child's imagination, grow new friendships and assist them in discovering new talents.
  • Events and Programs - The Recreation and Parks Department offers year-round programs for the entire family. A few of the events are Mother-Son and Daddy-Daughter Date Nights, Corbit's Charge Ball, and A Month of Sunday's Concert Series.
  • Family Fitness Center and Longwell Center are housed in the historic Armory along with the Recreation and Parks administrative offices. This full-service health and wellness center for all ages has selectorized and free weight equipment, a cardiovascular center, group fitness classes, child supervision, game rooms and locker rooms and is open seven days a week. There is also a gym and space for classes. Memberships and daily guest fees are available.
  • Parks - The city has 14 parks totaling 50 miles. Nine parks have play equipment for Pre- K and school-age children. Other resources in the parks include 4 multi-purpose fields, four basketball courts, seven tennis courts, climbing boulders, six pavilions, two plazas, and a skate park. The city also has a walking trail that runs from Uniontown Road to Long Valley Road. The trail is approximately 2 miles long.
  • Pool - The Westminster Municipal Pool is open Memorial Day through Labor Day when Carroll County Public Schools are not in session. 
  • Trail - The city also has a walking trail that runs from Uniontown Road to Long Valley Road. The trail is approximately 2 miles long. 
  • REGISTER FOR PROGRAMS AND MAKE PAVILION RESERVATIONS ONLINE!- Click here to use our online registration program.

Volunteering


The Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to help with events for our community. If you have a few hours a month to spare and would like to join the team, please send us an e-mail or call 410-751-5501.

If you are a student and interested in earning Service Learning Hours, contact us by e-mail.