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Whether you’re yearning to be on the land or the sea, you’re bound to have a good time in Anne Arundel County. Venture to where your heart desires; a fun activity is waiting for you.
Baltimore and Annapolis Trail
Bike, walk, or jog along a flower-decorated trail that stretches from Annapolis to Glen Burnie. Enjoy a picnic trailside. Visit http://www.aacounty.org/RecParks/parks/trails/bandatrailpark.cfm for more information.
The theme this season at the Annapolis Opera is “Shakespeare Goes to the Opera.” Don’t miss their final show, Romeo and Juliet, this weekend. To order tickets, visit http://www.annapolisopera.org/.
US Naval Academy Armel-Leftwitch Visitor Center
Take a trip to the visitor center of our country’s naval academy. Go on a walking tour and a check out the exhibits. Visit http://www.usna.edu/NAFPRODV/VC/ for more information.
Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake
Let your children assume the role of their inner pirate as they dress up, learn the rules of the sea, and find sunken treasure! For more information, visit http://www.chesapeakepirates.com.
Quiet Waters Park
With a playground, picnic areas, paved trails, gardens, an ice rink, a dog park, and seasonal boating opportunities, there’s something for everyone at this beautiful park any time of year. For more information, visit http://www.aacounty.org/RecParks/parks/quietwaters/.
To plan your Anne Arundel County adventure, visit www.visitannapolis.org.
What are your must-sees in Anne Arundel County?
This post is part of a series highlighting five attractions in each county across the state. The series will run throughout 2012. This post was written by Carly Smith and edited by Lea Linton, former editorial interns at Maryland Life.