Patapsco Valley State Park
The body of a 22-year-old missing swimmer was found this afternoon in the Patapsco River.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say they will resume their search Monday for a boy who they say drowned on Sunday evening at the Patapsco Valley State Park.
As a major East Coast city, Baltimore has a lot to offer the entertainment seeker looking for some fun on their brief respite from school. Here are some reasons why.
A family dog goes missing after its owner’s body is found floating in the waters of Patapsco Valley State Park. Animal Control is now searching for the 7-year-old pit bull.
Maryland State Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in shallow water in Patapsco Valley State Park Wednesday.
Before planning out your summer vacation this year, review this top activities list for everything a Baltimore vacationer needs from staying entertained to finding some relaxation.
Read what Ranger Shea Niemann of Patapsco Valley State Park has to say about camping in Maryland.
Outdoor winter rock climbing is gaining in popularity throughout the country. While the mountains of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia may not offer the same altitude and challenges of the Rocky Mountains, many offer unique challenges for all skill levels of climbers. Experts recommend that before tackling any outdoor climbing challenge, you enroll in a course in which skilled instructors may provide supervised training both indoors and outdoors. No matter your skill level, don’t miss out on these fun area options.
Take advantage of the last days of comfortable weather before the harsh winter arrives. Enjoy fall drives that promise perfect foliage and all of the pretty little pit stops you can handle. From the zoo to area state parks, these are the best places to see fall leaves in Baltimore.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it is asking for the public’s input on the future of Bloede Dam in Patapsco Valley State Park.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is inviting residents to kick off the new year with a hike in a state park.
Conservation Job Corps is using help from Maryland teenagers to maintain its state parks. The project is saving a million dollars in contractor costs, and teaching the young about respecting our environment.