Fruitland's recreational facilities are funded and managed by the City and its staff.
Wicomcio County runs their Junior Girls Softball program at the Park Annex facility and the Fruitland Little League runs a summer youth Little League program at the Recreational Park. In addition the Fruitland Falcons Youth Sports Program runs a football and lacrosse progam at the Park Annex Complex's Red Men Field. The City of Fruitland also sponsors a winter basketball program at Fruitland Primary School.
Fruitland currently supports a 38-acre recreational park and sports complex fronting on South Brown Street and South Division Street comprised of the Recreational Park (27 acres) and the Park Annex (11 acres).
Baseball, softball, soccer and football/lacrosse fields are available as well as a playground for children, picnic pavilion and paved fitness trails. Future plans for the park include a community building.
These wonderful facilities are a source of pride for our community and provide a much-needed service to our citizens.
If you are interested in renting a facility please contact City Hall at 410-548-2800.
Fruitland currently supports a 38-acres in parks facilities including:
The Recreational Park and Sports Complex fronting on South Brown Street and South Division Street. Four Little League baseball fields , one adult softball field, one small and one large soccer field, two concession/rest rooms, as well as a playground for children, picnic pavilion and horseshoe facilities and paved walkways.
In addition across the street on South Brown Street is the Fruitland Park Annex which includes two girls softball fields, one senior Little League Field. a small soccer field, a lighted football/lacrosse field, two concession/rest room buildings, a pavilion (pictured above), a 5-12 age playground, and a .75 mile walking trail.
The Red Men Field is part of the Park Annex Complex and is the home of the Fruitland Falcons Youth Sports Organization. The program includes youth football, cheerleading and lacrosse. In 2011 founders Ed Urban and Kerry Nelson were awarded the Maryland Parks and Recreation Association Community Volunteer Award and the Fruitland Falcons Organization won the Maryland Municipal League Volunteer Organization Award.
Future plans for the park include a community building (see above photo).