Sherwood Gardens

This 6-acre park is a floral paradise most popular for the 60,000 multi-colored tulips that bloom in late April. The annual Tulip Dig on Memorial Day Weekend allows community members to dig up and purchase the tulip bulbs when the season is over.

In the 1800s, this garden was part of the property owned by Baltimore Sun founder A. S. Abell, later turned into a garden its next owner and namesake: John W. Sherwood.

It makes an amazing picnic spot, but plan ahead: there aren’t bathrooms or trash receptacles!