Sandy Point State Park
Beat the heat of the sweltering city of Baltimore for a day and venture out to one of Baltimore’s most popular day trip destinations. From Washington DC to Sandy Point in Annapolis, there’s so much to do for fun with family and friends.
If you’re looking for a great spot to sunbathe, the Baltimore area has quite a few possibilities. Here are five of the best.
The Baltimore area has many options for students on spring break to both relax and have fun.
Annapolis is getting ready to host the 18th annual Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park.
Maryland State Police and Special Olympics Maryland have announced the rescheduled 18th annual Polar Bear Plunge, which was postponed in January because of below-freezing temperatures and high winds.
When you think Baltimore, you don’t typically think beach. Within an hour’s drive, however, there are several great beaches to enjoy all summer long.
Natural Resources police say 10 people were removed from a boat in the Chesapeake Bay because officers feared no one was sober enough to operate the vessel.
As the season cools off and kids get back in the school groove, it’s the perfect time to take a family road trip along the outer cape of portion of Maryland. Make the long trek to the beach much more tolerable by stopping at some of these sites to truly spend quality time with your loved ones.
Four connecting river trails will be designated as historic components of the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail at a ceremony.
Trails along four major Chesapeake Bay tributaries are being added to the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail.
Almost 10,000 people are expected to plunge into the Chesapeake Bay for charity.
After seven days and no sign of a missing boater, a 25-year-old Eastern Shore man is presumed dead. He was one of three people on board a sailboat that capsized near Sandy Point last weekend.