Bishopville Park is a satellite park serving the citizens and visitors of Worcester County. This eye-catching park is situated just outside of the community of Bishopville, and features a grassy open area that can be used for both informal activities and organized recreation functions.
Parks & Facilites
Girdletree Park is located on Box Iron Road, in the Village of Girdletree, a quaint rural village located approximately 30 miles southwest of Ocean City. This 3-acre site includes a playground with two adjoining sections, one for ages 2-5 and another for ages 6-12, a pavilion with grills and picnic tables.
Herring Creek Nature Park is located in West Ocean City, providing a scenic location for area residents to enjoy a piece of nature relatively close to developed areas. The park features a pavilion that is available for picnics and gatherings, as well as walking/jogging paths and bird watching stations.
John Walter Smith Park, located on Public Landing Road in Snow Hill, serves as the athletic complex to citizens in the central section of the County. This location is where Worcester County Department of Recreation & Parks programming and maintenance operations are administered.
Newark Neighborhood Park is located in the community of Newark, located midway between the towns of Snow Hill and Berlin. This quaint park was developed as a rural neighborhood park for the citizens of the area to enjoy. The park offers a pavilion equipped with picnic table and two barbecue grills.
Newtown Park is located at the intersection of Stockton and Groton Roads in Pocomoke, serving as an athletic complex to citizens in the southern end of the County.
The Northern Worcester Athletic Complex is located in Berlin, serving the citizens in the northern end of the County.
Public Landing is located at the end of Public Landing Wharf Road. The park offers a beach area and pier to go crabbing, fishing or even swimming.
Showell Park is one of Worcester County's many athletic parks, located on Racetrack Road, in Showell, Maryland. This park is used for county's softball leagues and as an overflow facility during large softball tournaments. Showell Park offers two playgrounds, one for 2-5 year olds and one for 5-12 year olds.
The village of Stockton is home to Stockton Neighborhood Park. This attractive park is located on Stockton Road, Rt. 366, approximately nine miles east of Route 113. Stockton Neighborhood Park offers a pavilion equipped with picnic tables and a barbeque grill. The charming park also has a playground unit, benches and a baseball/softball backstop for the community to use.