General's Highway Athletic Association of Annapolis, Rolling Knolls and Crownsville exists to instill leadership and promote the concept of teamwork among our children while ensuring all players gain confidence, build skills, play equally and have fun.

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General's Highway Athletic Association Facilities


General's Highway Athletic Association, Inc. uses two Anne Arundel County facilities and has done so for quite a few years now.  The facilities are:


General's Highway Corridor Park


For baseball, softball, football, lacrosse and soccer, Corridor Park is our home field.  We also use the Park for the Annapolis Open which we sponsor annually.  We also use the Park for sports practice.

We also act as environmental steward for the park, taking our role seriously and want to make this a premier facility in the County system.  Please help us do so by keeping the facility tidy and reporting to the County officials or Officers of General's Highway any untoward or damaging use of the Park.   We also welcome your suggestions on improving the Park and if you have a need for the Park we are here to help you with the County.

Corridor Park is on Crownsville Road across from the Renaissance Festival.  Crownsville Road runs from MD 450 (Defense Highway) to the Crownsville Hospital grounds at MD 178 (General's Highway).

Rolling Knolls Elementary School


Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks acts as a facilitator in getting us usage of Rolling Knolls Elementary School indoor and previously, outdoor facilities.  The School is part of Anne Arundel County Department of Public Schools and it is they who have authority over the facility not Recreation and Parks.  We make use of both the indoor facilities as well as the fields outside.

Inside the school we use the Gym for basketball and the Media Center for meetings.  We also use the foyer at times for sport registration activities.  We always endeavor to keep the school clean in the way we found it (or better) while ensuring our young children do not run wild through un-permitted school areas in off-hours while we are running a permitted activity.  This is part of being a good neighbor with the school.

Outside the school we previously used both the upper (Field A) and lower (Field B) fields for girls lacrosse.  This was our home field until 2008 and we also acted as the caretaker in a sense, and had done so since 1986. 

Rolling Knolls Elementary School is on Knollwood Road and is visible from MD 178 (General's Highway) at the intersection with Epping Forest Road.