Open to everyone, Baltimore Beach is
seven (7) beach volleyball courts set on 1000+ tons of sand,
located at Baltimore's Inner Harbor. A place where local,
visitor, beginner to expert can meet and play organized games.
We organize men's, women's, coed, 2's, 4's and 6's league play
Sun-Fri evenings and "Drop-In" play most weekend days from
spring thru fall. Look under the "Beach Conditions"
heading for specific times.
Photo Courtesy of the Baltimore Beach Volleyball Facebook
Beach volleyball has been a staple of the Inner Harbor's Rash
Field for the last 15 years, with league play for the last 13
years, but its future remains in the air as the city looks to
implement the Inner
Harbor 2.0 plan, which includes the redevelopment of Rash
Field. The plan, which was released in November 2013 by
Baltimore City, the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, and the
Greater Baltimore Committee, would likely feature a first floor
parking garage on Rash Field with a park built on top of it. The
plan includes ideas for the redeveloped park, such as water and
sculpture gardens, a barge pool, a public beach, a carousel, a
This is an independent media poll posted by the
Baltimore Business Journal, about keeping Baltimore
Beach at the Inner Harbor. Please feel free to share
Baltimore Beach Volleyball: Connect residents with
the Inner Harbor
BY JASON JENKINS - NOVEMBER 6, 2014 - 2 COMMENT
If you live here, you don't use the Inner Harbor
Back in the summer of 2012, the Waterfront Partnership of
Baltimore came to the realization which most Baltimoreans were
well aware of. Baltimore's crown jewel - the Inner Harbor - is a
place where most residents won't or don't go.
In the midst of "Sailabrations" and other extravaganzas, the
missing ingredient is Baltimoreans. It makes sense. Whenever a
destination is solely designated a tourist trap, the locals
avoid it like the plague.
The Partnership put on a variety of promotions from concerts to
free drinks to free outdoor yoga classes. All of this was an
attempt to advertise its goal of making the harbor fishable and
swimmable by 2020. The belief was that if you could get city
residents to visit, then they would care more about the harbor's
water quality and be more diligent about their environmental
But here's the problem, everything they did is offered in all of
the downtown neighborhoods - without the onslaught of tourists
and chain restaurants. If these were the only carrots being
dangled in our faces, there was no way we were going to bite.
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Baltimore Beach Online Store!
Beach has an online store, thanks to CafePress.com. We are
selling a number of products with our own unique logos on them.
Click on the image to the left to go to the brand new Baltimore
Beach Online Store!