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7310 Executive Way, Frederick, MD, US, 21704

  • Phone: (301) 668-4600
  • Fax: (301) 668-4622
3.8 out of 5 (104 reviews)
79% of guests recommend this hotel

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»Worthington Manor Golf Club

One of the Mid-Atlantic

8329 Fingerboard Road
Frederick, Maryland 21704

»Clustered Spires Golf Course

Operated by the City of Frederick, this 18-hole public golf course is situated on 200 acres of manicured greens and includes a full grass driving range, practice bunker, two putting greens, an award-winning golf shop, and a restaurant.

8415 Gas House Pike
Frederick, Maryland 21701

»Frederick SportsPlex

A wholesome destination for the entire family, this fully climate-controlled indoor sports and fitness arena contains almost two million cubic feet of space and features two full sized playing fields, a half court basketball surface, a fitness center, a restaurant, well stocked pro shop, and much more.

1845 Brookfield Court
Frederick, Maryland 21701

»Skate Frederick

Frederick's premiere skating facility, this ice skating facility includes two NHL regulation rinks for enjoying recreational skating, hockey, and figure skating. A professional coaching staff is available on site, as well as skate rentals and video games.

1288 Riverbend Way
Frederick, Maryland 21701

»P. B. Dye Golf Club

Home of Maryland's only Penn G-2 bent grass greens, this 18-hole golf course is one of Maryland's finest public golf course and it includes a well stocked pro shop, restaurant, and dramatic views of Sugarloaf Mountain. This facility is also home to the Phil Bundy Golf Academy.

9526 Doctor Perry Road
Frederick, Maryland 21754

»Butler's Orchard

Enjoy fresh country air and pick your own fruits and vegetables about 45 minutes north of D.C. Butlers Orchard is a family-owned and operated farm open to the public throughout the year. The most popular festivity during the fall at Butlers is the apple-picking, pumpkin harvest and festival, and evening hayrides for both adults and children. Butlers Orchard also has their very own Farm Market that carries their own jams/jellies, fruit butters, and preserves, including juice-sweetened preserves. The market also sells ready-picked fruits and vegetables, gifts, candies, baked goods and cider. To escape city life and enjoy the outdoors and fresh food, take a trip to Butlers Orchards. -Shirley Hsieh

22200 Davis Mill Road
Germantown, MD 20876

»Raspberry Falls Golf & Hunt Club

An upscale, daily fee 18 hole, par 72 daily fee course that holds the distinction of being Virginia's only Gary Player signature design. A Southern Colonial style clubhouse is on the property for your special events.

41601 Raspberry Drive
Leesburg, Virginia 20178

»Butts Tubes Inc

Butts Tubes is a family owned and operated business that offers fun, inexpensive whitewater trips on the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers including: tubing, canoeing, whitewater rafting and duckies. Near historic Harpers Ferry, WV on the tip of Loudoun County in VA.

10985 Harpers Ferry Road
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 20132

»Catoctin Mountain Park

A section of the Catoctin Mountain ridge forms the panoramic Catoctin Mountain Park. Visitors can enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, cross country skiing and other interesting activities in the park. The park is open to public throughout the year. The Visitor center is closed on major holidays.

6602 Foxville Road
Thurmont, MD 21788

»Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park

Discover a beautiful out-of-the-way place and enjoy panoramic views of the Potomac River and distant foothills while hiking this authentic nature trail that journeys over hills and through woods.

43098 Edwards Ferry Road
Leesburg, Virginia 20175

»Beaver Creek Country Club

Course open year round providing semi-private, 18 hole course and a driving range.

9535 Mapleville Road
Boonsboro, Maryland 21740

»Antietam National Battlefield

Tucked away in pastoral western Maryland countryside, Antietam National Battlefield was the site of the bloodiest day of the Civil War, September 17, 1862. More than 23,000 Confederate and Union soldiers were killed or wounded during the battle. The landmarks—Burnside Bridge, Dunkard Church and Bloody Lane—remain largely intact. The Union victory at Antietam provided President Lincoln with the opportunity to issue the Emancipation Proclamation, which freed slaves in the Confederate states and empowered the Union with moral authority. Antietam is about 90 minutes northwest of Washington and 9 miles south of Hagerstown, Maryland. The site opens to the public daily at 8:30 a.m.

5831 Dunker Church Road
Sharpsburg, MD 21782
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