- TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Cambridge, Maryland, including 29 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Michaels, Easton and Tilghman.
- From Blackwater Paddle & Pedal to Lucky Dog Catamaran Company, the Cambridge area offers 73 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Boat Rentals, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- A large city on Maryland's east coast, Cambridge is a lakefront community with several historic districts including its downtown area. Downtown Cambridge is made up of a mixture of cafes, fine dining restaurants and specialty shops. A thriving arts and culture community, the city is also home to various art galleries along with the Dorcester Center for the Arts.
Golfers of all ages are welcome at the Dover Par 3 & Driving Range. The campus includes an 18-hole golf course, a driving range and batting cages. Season passes and discount all-day packages are available for individuals and families.
Celebrating the early history of the areas railroads and the Civil War, the Bowie Train Station Museum is popular with locomotive and history buffs alike. The museum features photographs of the town throughout history, a vintage caboose and an out of service railway tower.
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An outdoor family pool with play features and two water slides is offered at the Allentown Fitness & Splash Park. Year round features of the complex include a 25 yard lap pool, hot tub, game room, and fitness room with cardio machines.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Huntington Railroad Museum presents guided tours of a small complex of railroad buildings. Explore life and history of the early Huntington railroad see the machines that guide railroad operation.
The 100 acre Piney Orchard Nature Preserve has 5 miles of walking and biking trails through wetlands, woodlands, stream beds and ponds. Paved, manicured and boardwalk trails enable visitors a first hand look at the local wildlife in varied habitats.
With a large indoor skating auditorium, Wheels Skating Center offers guests a chance to try out their skating skills to a wide range of musical selections. Leather and plastic skates can be rented at the facility.
DuPont nature center is an arm of the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. Visitors will learn about local wildlife and fish, and can see horseshoe crabs spawning and the migration of shore birds, depending on the time of year.