The Montgomery County police department is offering children a chance to learn life skills next week. The department is holding its fifth annual police adventure camp from Monday through Friday at Veirs Mill Local Park in Wheaton.
If you like to try new things, check out all these fun and unique activities around Baltimore.
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If your exercise routine is getting old, it might be time to stop the treadmill and head south of Baltimore to Sandy Springs Adventure Park – before the winter sets in. Just 30 minutes south of the city, this “adventure park” offers ropes courses for all skill levels ranging from novice to advanced. After a day on the ropes, you’ll feel refreshed, after working muscles you didn’t realize you had. This guide will provide insight to Sandy Springs and what to look out for when visiting the facility so strap yourself in and get an outdoor workout while you can – the park is open through December.
As the instructors say at Terrapin Adventures, you will come for the zipline, but leave amazed after trying the giant swing. For the last four years, the Terrapin Adventure Company has been on the cutting edge of providing an array of outdoor adventures aimed at encouraging people to enjoy the environment while getting some exercise.
From giant swings to geo-caching tours, here is a list of five things to check out when visiting the adventure center.
High up in the trees at Rock Creek Regional Park, 19-year-old Lauren Hurley is walking a tightrope. She makes it to the next platform, attaches her two safety carabiners to the next zip line and sails hundreds of feet to the ground.
From Lou… Finally, truly, on the road at last. Got the boys up early and left our house at 8:30 a.m. (after double-checking the tie downs) and headed out for Ballmer. Neal and his boys […]
Police in Montgomery County are holding their annual police adventure camp.