Our city is a major metropolitan area on the eastern seaboard nestled in between Washington D.C. and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Located on the Chesapeake Bay, the birthplace of the historic “Star Spangled Banner,” home to the “Blue Crab,” and the final resting place of Edger Allen Poe.

Baltimore has a good amount of skaters who all know each other or have at least seen one another before. You can actually skate from one side of the city to the other in less than an hour, which is always fun when you want to look for new spots. When you’re sick of pushing around, you can take a fifteen-minute drive out to the country and skate some chill spots like Lands Down Bowl. The bowl has been around forever; it’s totally free of charge and supervision. Perfect for all-day sessions when you don’t feel like pushing and just want to cruise. As far as the rest of our spots, it’s always good to keep the business hours in mind. R.I.P. to the Fells Point Square.–Earn Beckinger