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Hagerstown City Park

Purchased in 1739 by Jonathan Hager, Hagerstown City Park is located in Hagerstown. In 1916, the city purchased the land and developed the city park. This historic park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. This wonderful Hagerstown attraction is known as "America's Second Most Beautiful City Park."

While traveling in Maryland, be sure to schedule time for a visit. During a visit to the park, enjoy strolling through the Washington County Museum & Fine Arts, the Mansion House Art Gallery, the Western Maryland 202 Locomotive Display & Museum and the Hager House & Museum.

Address: City Park Dr. Hagerstown, Maryland 21740  |  Phone: 301-791-3246
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