Parks & Recreation

Bel Air Parks

The Town of Bel Air maintains five neighborhood parks and one community park. The neighborhood parks are relatively small, ranging in size from 1/2 acre to 7 acres. They contain a wide array of amenities ranging from play equipment and picnic facilities to an amphitheater supporting an active summer concert series.

The town also maintains one community park - Rockfield Park on Churchville Road. Rockfield Park is approximately 53 acres, and includes Rockfield Manor, which may be leased for weddings and private events. The park boasts a popular Creative Playground, an extensive trail network, environmental education areas, and a 5 acre horticultural garden.
Town Map  Park Rules

County Parks

Immediately adjacent to the Town are three County parks - Bynum Pond, Kelly Fields and Heavenly Waters Park. These include extensive ballfields, the Liriodendron Mansion, trail systems, and many other amenities. Bel Air Recreation Council maintains programs for use of these facilities along with programs for youth, adults and seniors.  Some of those activities include: aerobics, dance clubs and lessons, baseball, basketball, baton, camps, cheerleading, clogging, hockey, football, soccer, and a variety of fitness programs. Parks and Recreation also is a sponsor of the Bel Air Festival of Arts, the Bel Air Community Band, Bel Air Community Chorus, and the Bel Air Summer Concert Series.   Use of the Liriodendron Mansion is administered by a foundation created to preserve its history and architectural significance.  For more information, contact the Planning Department at 410-638-4540.

Rockfield Manor Master Plan

The foundation tasked with caretaking of the Rockfield Manor house and grounds established a Master Plan for the preservation of the character and significance of the iconic structure and setting. 

Eagle Scout Projects

The Planning Department has worked with local Boy Scouts to help them achieve their Eagle Scout status in allowing various projects to help beautify our many park settings and memorials.  Click here to view all of these projects completed between 2011 to present.