BERLIN PARKS COMMISSION
The Berlin Parks Commission is organized under the Town Charter and operates as a volunteer committee made up of citizens of the Town. The Parks Commission actively seeks partnerships with a variety of sponsors and has been successful in cultivating relationships with corporate, civic and private entities to assist with park-related projects. The Town also has funding in its annual budget for Parks related maintenance and other necessities. Meetings are held monthly, on first Tuesdays at 5:30 PM in the 2nd floor Conference Room, Town Hall. For the full meeting schedule please click here.
The Parks Commission sponsors an annual Clean-Up Day during Take Pride in Berlin Week. In 2009 the Parks Commission, through a grant from Program Open Space, contracted with Vista Design, Inc. to create a Comprehensive Parks & Recreation Plan. Please click here for details of the plan.
The Town of Berlin offers residents and visitors four parks with a variety of natural, recreational and play features. See below for information about each park.
Dr. William Henry Park
123 Flower Street Henry Park consists of approximately 3.5 acres and offers picnic and playground facilities and basketball courts. A pavilion is available for rent for organized events. Annually, the[...]Read More
10009 Old Ocean City Boulevard On August 12, 2019, following a community survey, the Mayor and Council held a public hearing during which the Advisory Committee recommended the popular choice[...]Read More
John Howard Burbage Park
309 William Street Named for John Howard Burbage, Berlin’s longest-serving Mayor, Burbage Park is a small neighborhood park consisting of approximately .75 acres and located in front of the Berlin[...]Read More
Stephen Decatur Park
130 Tripoli Street (Rt. 113 and Tripoli Street) Take a virtual walking tour. Stephen Decatur Park consists of approximately 21 acres and offers picnic and playground facilities, tennis and racquetball[...]Read More