A quick trip to “Hub City” aka Hagerstown, MD. We discovered the beautiful Hagerstown City Park. Tucked away in the middle of the city just south of the Jonathan Hager House Museum. Hagerstown City Park is surrounded by historic Railroads with history dating back to 1834. Hub City, got its name based on the railroad tracks running through the town resembling a wagon wheel.
501 Virginia Ave, Hagerstown, MD 21740
Hagerstown City Park is open to the public 7 days a week 7am – 7:30pm EST. The park has so much to see, such as the City Park Train Hub, Jonathan Hager House Museum, and Vietnam War Veterans Monument among many other destinations.
One of our favorite things about Hagerstown City Park is the fact that it is home to many ducks, swans, geese, fish and even squirrels. Although, fishing is not permitted in the lakes you can spend the afternoon feeding the waterfowl. We would recommend purchasing safe and approved feed that you can get at the local concession stand, it’s recommended that you do not use bread to feed the wild life.
Check out more photos from our trip to Hagerstown City Park!
This park is the perfect place to take an afternoon walk or even a picnic. The park has 4 different measured walking trails that range from .48 to 1.15 miles.
You can read more about Hagerstown City Park on the City’s website. We hope you enjoy your trip!