Do you have an urge to play kickball or dodgeball, but feel you’re too old to play? Or do you want to socialize while getting some exercise? If so, try out the many social sport league options available in Baltimore. From bocce to kickball, there are plenty of places in the area to burn some calories while meeting new people.
In Baltimore, one fun thing to do in the wintertime is pack the car and take the family snow tubing. For a fun day trip, this is an excellent way to see another part of the state. From Pennsylvania to Maryland, here are three places that offer great tubing deals all throughout the winter.
The holidays are a time of family and much needed fun. Do you have relatives coming in for the Thanksgiving weekend and aren’t sure what to do with them, especially in Baltimore? This guide will provide you with some relief and give you a detailed list of things to explore this holiday season. From family-oriented activities to pirate cruises, Baltimore has something for everyone.
During the holiday season, it’s important to remember those in need. One important way is to give back to the community and in Baltimore there are a ton of ways to do it. But planning ahead is key. From animal rescue to serving food, here is a list of a few places to volunteer this holiday season and how you can give back.
With football season in full swing, it’s important to have a place to go and watch the game. The best way to watch any sporting game is with great drink specials and of course great television. Baltimore has many bars that have both of these qualities. Here our pick of places to check out when you’re looking to enjoy some drinks, beer and sports.
Are you the bridesmaid in charge of helping plan a friend’s bachelorette party? Is Halloween coming up and you want to go on a night on the town? One way to make the planning easier is through the help of renting a “Party Bus.”
With Halloween and Thanksgiving approaching, a great family event to get you into the holiday spirit is pumpkin picking. From finding the perfect pumpkin to making Jack O’Lanterns, this time-honored tradition offers an affordable way to spend time with your loved ones outdoors before the winter weather blows in.
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.
Are you looking for a free way to exercise and enjoy nature at the same time? Then why not spend your day off enjoying the beauty of Gunpowder Falls State Park, a natural habitat consisting of 18,000 acres of preserved wildlife.
Zorbing is the act of getting into a hamster-shaped ball and then going down a hill. It’s not only a great way to get some exercise, but it’s also the perfect day trip for anyone looking to get out of the city for a day. And you still have a few weeks left to hit the slopes in your bathing suit and actually roll down the mountain intentionally!
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.