- Our list of the best things to do in Elkridge, Maryland, features the top 395 nearby activities — including 142 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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A traditional bowling center, AMF Centreville Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. The center has a lounge area along with flat-screen televisions showing sports programming and arcade game machines.
71% 24 votes
4630 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly, VA 20151 MoreLess Info
Cub Run Recreational Center is a 65,000 square foot facility that includes a leisure entertainment pool featuring two water slides and a water playground. The center also features a swimming pool, fitness center and two multipurpose rooms.
Amenities at Ida Lee Park Recreation Center include a fitness center, two indoor swimming pools and a whirlpool, a full-size basketball court, racquetball courts and a banquet hall. They also offer many classes and fitness programs.
The Thomas Balch Library is a public library that serves the community of Leesburg and it's visitors. The library offers an extensive collection of titles and genres, as well as a large collection of genealogical and historical research materials.
100% 12 votes
405 S. Washington Street, Easton, MD MoreLess Info
Originally built in the 1600s, The Third Haven Friends Meeting House is a Quaker church that consists of burial grounds, brick Greek Revival rooms, caretaker's cottages, and other structures. Worship meetings are still held in the church weekly.
Located along the Occoquan River, Occoquan Regional Park provides access for fishing and boating as well as trails along the river and in wooded areas. The park's 400 acres includes open green space, sports facilities and picnic areas.
Several historical sites are held within Morven Park, including the Governor's Residence and the Civil War camp. The park also has a modern equestrian center that maintains multiple stables, an arena, and sport courses.