Category: Maryland

What’s Open and What’s Closed in the Washington D.C. Region?

Here’s what D.C. Visitors can do during the Coronavirus Pandemic It’s cherry blossom season, the busiest time to visit Washington D.C. But today, precautions established to stop the spread COVID-19 (Coronavirus) have drastically altered the region’s landscape in new and far-reaching ways. Pretty much everything is closed after Stay at Home orders from Mayor Muriel…

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Spend the Day on the Potomac River

The Potomac River and its stunning shoreline trails provide countless opportunities for boating and scenic hiking. Get out there before the warm weather ends. Paddleboarding and Kakaying in the Potomac River If you’re in the District of Columbia, spend an afternoon paddling. For a thorough list of kayak and paddle boating tours visit Paddle The Potomac.…

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Journey to the Water’s Edge—Talbot County and Tilghman Island, Maryland

This spring, plan your escape to Michener’s Chesapeake with a weekend in Talbot County, Maryland. One iconic town in this gorgeous county is my personal favorite, Tilghman Island, Maryland on the pristine shores of the Choptank River. Tilghman Island is a scenic 20 minute drive from St. Michaels, and remains a true working waterman’s village with excellent fishing…

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5 Hikes With Colorful Fall Foliage: From 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Washington DC

There’s nothing like the beauty of autumn in the MidAtlantic! Here are five hikes with some of the region’s best fall foliage. For more hiking ideas, order my new guidebook 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Washington DC on Amazon. Published by Menasha Press with co-author Rachel Cooper. Monocacy National Battlefield near Frederick, Maryland A less well…

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