New boaters guide focuses on John Smith Trail; new app guides Chesapeake explores; and new exhibits at museums.
Geocaching has people hunting for hidden treasures from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to the remote caves of West Virginia, and just about everywhere in between.
One of the most unusual ways to experience the battlefields of Antietam and Fredericksburg, which recently marked their 150th anniversaries, is to pick up a paddle.
Designating a national monument in Dorchester County to honor Harriet Tubman would help protect a historic landscape that, while certainly changed, would still look familiar to her.
From atop the old stone walls of Fort Monroe, one of the newest sites in the National Park System, centuries of history spill at your feet, as the site has played a role in the nation’s defense starting with the Jamestown colonists in 1607.
For paddlers tired of moving cars from the starting and endpoints of their trips, the Chesapeake offers many unique opportunities to plan loop trips which return to near their starting point.
Many nature centers around the region feature nighttime hikes to learn about, and observe, the majestic nocturnal hunters.
While cameras have changed much over the past century, one ingredient of good photos has remained largely the same — the tripod.