We’ve compiled a list of some of Maryland’s most enjoyable and spectacular end-of-summer events and activities which will appeal not just to the children, but to everyone in the family.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the percentage of workers 55 and older in the labor force is expected to jump from 19.5 percent in 2010 to 25.2 percent by 2020.
Why should the cold keep you cooped inside? Get outside and get some fresh air. Zip up that jacket, put on your gloves and get moving.
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, Baltimore has your inner thrill-seeker covered. From skydiving to taking a few hits on the paintball course, Baltimore boasts tons of fun for extremists everywhere.
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.
You do not need to be a fan of the major U.S. sports to remain active. There are plenty of alternative sport and fitness activities around Baltimore that will improve your cardio and increase your strength.