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Fort Smallwood Park
Based on 3 traveler reviews
Oct 20, 2012 by: Donna D from Easton, Maryland
We visited there for about seven years during a period of time with jobs. A very nice time we had there.
Jan 30, 2012 by: OmGrlJenn from Pasadena, Maryland
Fort Smallwood Park has come a LONG way since it's takeover by AA County. Families can enjoy walking trails, pavilions, pieces of the old gun battery located there, fishing, a new large playground, volleyball, beachfront (no swimming) and biking. The braod view lets you take in the Key Bridge and beyond. As of my last visit, only port-a-potties were available, so plan ahead! Also, be advised that the park is closed on Wednesdays. There is a fee to enter-- $6. A $40 annual sticker offers admission to Ft. Smallwood Park, Kinder Park, Downs Park and Quiet Waters.
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Aug 06, 2003 by: A TripAdvisor Member from
Most recently I took my grandchildren to Fort Smallwood Park on a fishing trip. I liked the park, but it is not a convenient place for people in wheelchairs, since there are only port-a-pots, and wheelchairs do not fit into them. This is a fine park for walkers, but not wheelchairs.
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