As I write this today, we are finally over the cold (fingers crossed!). The sun is out, and it's got me thinking of all the fun things to look forward to as the weather heats up!Here are
Get Outside Frederick Maryland
The weather is finally warming up and we can’t wait to get out and appreciate spring! If you are like us, you are ready to go for a run, attend a picnic or just take the kids to a playground to wear them out. Lucky for us, Frederick County offers a variety of locations to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. In Downtown Frederick, Baker Park and Carroll Creek are perfect for walks after a meal in one of our amazing downtown restaurants. There are plenty of events at these locations throughout the spring and summer. A couple of examples include Thursday evening Alive @ Five live music events May through October, and movie nights every 3rd Friday, June through October, on the Creek!
In addition to the Downtown Frederick Parks, there are plenty of other locations where one can explore the outdoors. From Thurmont to Middletown, and Urbana to Mt Airy, there are more than 30 local parks and rec centers available. We have parks with walking and running trails, playgrounds for tots, ball fields, and activities! In addition, Frederick County Parks and Rec has several organized events that are always fun. Bring your pooch to Bark in the Park, or get your kids active and enter them in the Mighty Tikes/Kids Triathlon. Interested in history? The World War II weekend is for you!
You are bound to find one or all of us from Welcome Home Realty Group at these parks and outdoor events. For more information about Frederick County local parks and events visit www.recreater.com or www.downtownfrederick.org.
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