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Anne Arundel Trail Network

The Anne Arundel Trail Network is a new network of county trails that connects residents to area amenities.  Anne Arundel County already has an impressive...

Nature Camps—In Their Natural Habitat

It’s inspiring to learn that many of the young professionals who work with local programs that connect kids with nature were themselves hooked on...

Hike Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Maryland’s Eastern Shore features countless miles of Bay, river and stream shorelines, marshes, forests, and wide open spaces. The terrain is varied, though almost...

Native Gardening in Maryland

Why it’s important and how to get started By Dylan Roche It’s almost spring, and that means it’s the ideal season for getting the family outside...

Minorities in Aquaculture with Imani Black

On this week's Third Floor Views, we spoke to Imani Black, founder of Minorities in Aquaculture to hear about her journey as an oyster...

Take the family on a fossil hunt

By Anne Province I will never forget the big smile on my son's face when he came running to show me treasure he'd found while...

Sports Fundamentals

My college boyfriend had a T-shirt that said “6th Man on the Court, 12th Man on the Field” that he wore to University of...

Six spots for kite flying in the Chesapeake Bay area

Spring is the perfect time of year around the Chesapeake Bay—when the breeze is just right to take the family out to fly a...

9 nature play spaces in the Baltimore/Annapolis area

On a morning at the nature play space at Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills, a group of preschoolers build a life-sized bird’s nest...

Nature Based Schools–A Grassroots Education

Nature-based programs, starting as early as preschool, boast benefits for children of all ages. By Kelsey Casselbury  For years, it’s been said that kindergarten is the...

Winter Camping—A Pandemic-safe Adventure

By Dylan Roche Most people think of camping as a summer activity. After all, you might ask yourself, “Who wants to sleep outside in the...

Maryland Hikes to Take With Your Kids

Hikes for all ages and stages of kids Spring and fall are the perfect time for family hikes. The following list of trails offers a...

Eight Maryland hikes perfect for families

Perimeter Trail, Kinder Farm Park, MillersvilleLake Trail, Centennial Park, ColumbiaNature Trail, Robinson Nature Center, ColumbiaMarsh Edge Trail, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, CambridgeBuzzards Rock Trail,...

Hike the Broad Creek Trail

Enjoy the short, but fun family hike into woods with a view on the one-mile Broad Creek Trail behind Annapolis High School. It seems...

Playground Hopping

Adam Kannegieser was looking for something to do with his youngest daughter while his eldest was at a party. “Since she was just with me,...

Summer Fun, Day 79: Explore Tuckahoe State Park

Explore more of Maryland’s parks with a visit to Tuckahoe State Park, located 35 miles east of the Bay Bridge in Caroline County. The park...

Summer Fun—Day 48: Be an Agent of Discovery at Patuxent Research Refuge

Become a wildlife secret agent! Help locate and collect missing data while you learn about nature at the Patuxent Research Refuge. The Patuxent Research Refuge...

Maryland Interscholastic Cycling League Opens 2020 Registration

The Maryland Interscholastic Cycling League (MICL) is a fun, safe and high-quality mountain biking program for students in grades 6 to 12. Registration for...

Our Top Picks for Outdoor Excursions this Summer

Ah, summer—a season of warm weather, long days, sunny skies, green trees and endless opportunities to explore. It’s the perfect time for your family...

Get Wet! refreshing ways to stay cool this summer

From backyard water experiments and competitions, to adventures to waterfalls and tucked away beaches, here’s a refreshing bunch of ways to stay cool this...
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