This huge center – nearly 35,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space – is jam packed with colorful, informative displays and re-creations of everything from a classic diner to a Crown Petroleum service station.
From completely primitive one-room cabins that require a vigorous hike-in to the beautiful and commodious Highacre House in Harper’s Ferry, WV, Potomac Appalachian Trail club’s cabins are an extraordinary collection of dwellings that tell stories of the Chesapeake Bay’s headwater region.
While the colder temperatures can make it tempting to stay indoors, winter is a great time of year to find some new birding spots in and around the Chesapeake, where many species migrate through or overwinter in our region,
High Bridge Trail State Park in central Virginia offers a great opportunity for a stress-free ride away from traffic, with the added bonus of a history lesson and gorgeous views.
It may be called the National Aquarium, but the Baltimore landmark is chock full of Maryland connections.
Start your new year off on the right foot, participate in the growing trend known as first day hikes!
Heather North Lockwood is the Virginia Oyster Restoration Specialist for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
What better way to begin the holiday season than to be transported back in time to the festive world of Mount Vernon.
The Roving Ranger has reached the end of the 2018 season, but has already started planning for next year!
This Center is marvelous in its ability to provide a thorough history of Tubman and the machinations necessary to make the Underground Railroad the success it became in freeing thousands of enslaved people.
Cycling the C&O Canal is a great way to reflect and commune with nature. Follow one man’s journey along the canal as he observes the forms of ‘natural’ and ‘man-made’ within the Park.
A trip to Greenbelt Park reminds visitors of the park’s long history, from its very first inhabitants to its creation during the Great Depression as the country’s first planned community.