What does biking have to do with hunting? Nothing. But it is a great way to get fit for the season in a very specifc way – and for a specific hunt: deer hunting. What I am talking about is a bike route with hills. When you bike up a hill, you get a burningContinue reading “Biking for hunting”
From MD DNR In celebration of Maryland’s abundant natural resources and exciting recreational opportunities, Governor Martin O’Malley has proclaimed June Great Outdoors Month. Even better, enjoying the State’s outdoors has never been easier with the Department of Natural Resource’s new mobile app, AccessDNR. Who knew, “there’s an app for that”? I downloaded the smart phoneContinue reading “June is Great Outdoors Month: Get outside with New DNR Mobile App”
Quiet Waters Park is a 340 arce Anne Arundel County park located just outside of Annapolis next to the community of Hillsmere. We parked at the shopping center and walked into the park entrance. From there we started on the bike path, which is an asphalt pathway that winds through the heavily wooded area. IfContinue reading “Walk Review: Quiet Waters Park (Annapolis area)”
Goshen Farm is a hidden gem on the Broadneck Peninsula near Annapolis, Maryland. This property is heavily wooded with a dozen winding trails, an open field, an historic farm house with outbuildings and a community garden. The 22 acre property is owned by the Anne Arundel County Board of Education, which means it is actuallyContinue reading “Walk Review: Goshen Farm (Annapolis area)”
We went for a walk on Saturday in the Wye Island Natural Resources Management Area on the Eastern Shore. There is no entrance fee and it has several trails. The trail we walked is called Ferry Point, and is the furthest point from the Wye Island Bridge, the entrance to the property. The road to get thereContinue reading “Walk Review: Ferry Point trail at Wye Island”
The video above was produced by the Maryland Park Service and highlights patron activity at the state parks.