The Druid Hill Reservoir provides a 1.5 mile walking loop is very popular for biking, running and walking. The Run has a total ascent of 6.79 ft and has a maximum elevation of 250.75 ft.
Druid Hill Park is one of the first large public parks in America and Baltimore’s first large municipal park. It is the third oldest established park in the United States. Druid Hill Park consists of 745 acres.
The history of Druid Hill Park began over two centuries ago when the Susquehannock Indians ceded land in 1652- that included that park’s area and its holdings to Lord Baltimore. Because of its access to the Jones Falls stream and other springs it is believed to have been an ideal site for the Native Americans. Lord Baltimore subsequently began to parcel the land out.
Druid Hill Park is located in northern Baltimore and is bounded by the Jones Falls Expressway (I-83) to the east, Swann Drive and Reisterstown road to the west, Druid Park, Lake Drive to the South, and Druid Park Drive to the South.
Get Druid Hill Park Events Calendar, History of Druid Hill Park, Rawlings Conservatory, Druid Hill Park Permit Information and more at Druidhillpark.org.