Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm

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Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm
Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm
Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm
Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm

Named for former Mayor W. Edward Bohrer, the park features a paved path great for walking, jogging, in-line skating, and biking. Also located within Bohrer Park is the Miniature Golf Course, the Activity Center, Skate Park and the Water Park. Bohrer Park also contains the oldest standing building in the City of Gaithersburg, the log Smokehouse.

Bohrer Park at Summit Hall Farm is a wonderland for all ages. The park contains several open fields, playground area, horseshoe pit, volleyball net, and two ponds. Within the park are three different picnic areas. There are two large picnic pavilions that have 15 tables and three grills each. Each pavilion accommodates approximately 225 people. The third area is hillside and includes a pavilion, 13 picnic tables, and two grills. The hillside picnic area can accommodate approximately 125 people. Bohrer Park is the perfect location for a big summer party. Use of Bohrer Park picnic areas requires a reservation and has a use charge.

Fishing is allowed in the two ponds at Bohrer Park. A Maryland non-tidal fishing license is required for those over the age of 16.

Features
Acreage 57.7
Hiking Trails (miles) 1.3
Pavilions 3
Picnic Tables 48
Playgrounds 1
Ponds 2
Tot Lot 1