Frederick County Maryland 10 Must Dos

Dated: April 6 2017

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Frederick County, Maryland is a great place to live! If you are thinking of relocating to our area you will find plenty to do here. From cultural and outdoor events to shopping and dining, you will never find yourself bored. Here is our list of 10 must-do things around Frederick.

Carroll Creek in Frederick County

1. Go for a Hike

Hiking is a great way to explore some of the scenic beauty of Frederick County. There are several National Parks in our county that offer a variety of hiking experiences for all ages. From the C&O Canal to Catoctin Mountain National Park there is plenty to explore!


2. Shop

Downtown Frederick has some of the best boutiques and shops around. Find that perfect gift or something for yourself! The Downtown Frederick Partnership has a full list of shops on their website. From specialty foods to antiques and clothing there is something for everyone.


3. Eat

Even the most particular foodie can find something amazing to eat here. Downtown Frederick has many options for dining and many of the restaurants are located in historic buildings! Chef Brian Voltaggio’s restaurant Volt or the rooftop bar at Brewer’s Alley, are just a couple of the many culinary choices!


4. Tour a Brewery

If you are a fan of microbrew make sure you take the time to tour a Frederick County brewery. Flying Dog Brewery, Monocacy Brewing Company or Milkhouse Brewery at Stillpoint Farm are just a few of the local favorites. Sample the brew and learn all about the brewing process!


5. Visit a Vineyard

In addition to breweries, Frederick has several vineyards! Check out Black Ankle Vineyard or Follow the Frederick Wine Trail and sample wines from a variety of local vineyards all while enjoying the gorgeous scenery of Frederick rolling countryside.


6. Check out a Farmers Market

Purchase the freshest produce at a Frederick County Farmer's Market. Or better yet, go visit a local farm and pick your own produce! Don’t forget about pumpkin picking in the fall or cutting down your own Christmas tree in December at a local tree farm.


7. Go to a Frederick Keys Game

Take in a baseball game at Nymeo Field. The Frederick Keys are a class A minor league affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. Come out to cheer on the future major league players!


8. Explore Civil War Sites and Museums

Visit the Monocacy Battlefield or tour the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in downtown Frederick. Learn all about the harsh conditions the soldiers endured and the medical innovations that saved many lives.


9. Go to the ZOO

The Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo is a 100-acre wildlife preserve. With interactive programs, such as Safari Rides and staff member presentations, visitors can even feed or touch certain animals!


10. Alive @ Five on the Creek

Every Thursday evening from May to September come out for happy hour and live music along Carroll Creek in Downtown Frederick. Enjoy food and drinks with a different band each week! The Downtown Frederick Partnership has a full list of participating bands on their website.


http://www.downtownfrederick.org/

https://www.visitfrederick.org/

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