General Information

Originally built between the 1960s and 1980s, Berrywood is a premier, water-privileged community located at the end of Cattail Creek in Severna Park, Maryland. This quiet, safe and well-maintained community is comprised of 239 split-level, split-foyer, contemporary, rancher and colonial-styled homes and offers some of the most highly-desired amenities in the area:

  • Two Marinas with Kayak Racks & Boat Ramp
  • Community Pool with Separate Baby Pool
  • Swim Team
  • Clubhouse
  • Lighted Tennis Courts
  • Playground & Tot Lot
  • Basketball Courts
  • Two Large Athletic Fields which Include Soccer Goal, Lacrosse Goal & Baseball/Softball Backstop

Berrywood is a very active and engaged, family-oriented community and all are encouraged to become a part of the fabric of our neighborhood.  

You can find additional information related to Berrywood on Nextdoor (registration required).

Property History

Covering 1,160 acres, Berrywood is part of the property that was originally laid out as Huckleberry Forest along the south shore of the Magothy River. Early land records dating back to 1687 indicate that the property belonged to Richard Beard and originally extended along both sides of the Old Annapolis Road. Records also suggest that Beard sold the farm in 1702 and Colonel Elijah Robinson (a Revolutionary officer) later built the "old stone house" which is believed to have been visited frequently by George Washington. The "old stone house" and a small property graveyard still exist and can be seen today from B&A Blvd.

Original Berrywood Sign, 1969



Pool Membership Information

Membership to the Berrywood Swim and Tennis Club is open to all residents of Berrywood and the surrounding community. The pool is managed by Anchor Aquatics. Residents that would like to join are required to purchase a pool bond as well as a swim package. If no pool bond is available, residents may join as an associate member and be placed on the bond waiting list and you must purchase a bond when one is available. If you do not desire to purchase a swim package for the year, then a bond maintenance fee is required to keep your bond in good standing.
There are a limited number of non-resident memberships available. Membership for non-resident members is based on the number of Berrywood residents who have membership at the pool and this number can fluctuate from year to year. If you are a non-resident and wish to join the BS&TC for the upcoming pool year contact Non-residents must be sponsored by a BS&TC bondholder and it is the responsibility of the applicant to find said sponsor. If there are no available memberships, you can request to be placed on our waiting list which will be cleared in the order of when we received your email requesting membership.