The Bike Safe Play Court is a public traffic garden located at the lot on the corner of Mill and Baltimore Streets in Hagerstown. A traffic garden is a painted streetscape that gives children a safe place away from traffic to learn how to safely ride their bikes on the streets. Parents, guardians, and caregivers are encouraged to bring their children to the Bike Safe Play Court and use it as a resource to teach them bicycle safety skills. The Bike Safe Play Court is connected by a short walking path to Hager Park, where there are restrooms, water fountains, trash cans, and additional parking. This project is the result of collaboration between the Washington County Health Department, the City of Hagerstown, and Meritus Health. This project was funded by the Maryland Department of Health.
Bike Safe Play Court Rules
- Use at your own risk.
- Helmets are required while riding on the court.
- No tobacco, vape, drugs, or alcohol on the property.
- No automobiles on the court.
- No littering. Trash cans are available at Hager Park.
- Park is open from dawn to dusk. No trespassing when park is closed.
- Follow all Hagerstown Park Rules.
Find trails to ride on at Washington County Pathfinder!