Food, Libations and Recreation
Have you checked out our apartment ratings and reviews for apartments in Forest Park? Discover Forest Park's Garrison Blvd., where it's simple to satisfy your hunger pains. With a range of restaurants and broad spectrum of things to do, it's easy to pass the time on one of the busiest streets in the neighborhood. With our powerful apartment finder tool, you should have little trouble finding a new apartment in Forest Park.
Residents can enjoy a different variety of flavor every night in Forest Park, especially with over a half dozen different restaurants in the area.
For a more extensive list of places in Forest Park to chow down, chill and enjoy entertainment, glance over the Yelp page.
Forest Park residents can shop multiple grocery stores to fill up kitchen staples. Some options include Forest Park Market on Norfolk Ave. and located on Garrison Blvd. is Garrison Grocery. Never fail to satisfy your sweet-tooth in this neighborhood. Follow the aroma of freshly baked treats to That's A Piece Of Cake on W Forest Park Ave., or continue on to Supreme Oasis Bakery & Deli, which is located on Garrison Blvd.
Residents can take advantage of the many retailers in the Forest Park area, including Westside Variety and Queen's Gift Shop. Other retailers include the likes of A & A Dollar Plus Llc.
Local School Statistics
Some of the schools near the apartments in Forest Park are Imani Christian School, Garrison Middle School and Liberty Elementary School. While this school district information should give you a good idea of your children's school options near the apartments for rent, it's imperative you consult with area school district representatives to confirm the exact schools your children are eligible to attend.
A middle school in the Baltimore City Public district, Garrison Middle School has a low student-teacher ratio of 12-to-1.
The Baltimore City Public district offers 128 elementary schools, 97 middle schools and 44 high schools. In terms of student-teacher ratios and student-body size, Baltimore City Public district trumps Baltimore County Public district with fewer students per teacher and a lower number of enrolled students. Baltimore City Public district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Baltimore County Public district.