- 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!
- Elkridge, MD has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
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Offering breathtaking views of Chesapeake Bay, John H. Downs Memorial Park provides visitors with the opportunity to enjoy an array of outdoor activities. This includes basketball, biking, fishing and kayaking.
Located along the Clinton River, Markley's Marina is a marina that offers guests access to a large variety of amenities and facilities. These amenities include 500 boat slips, grilling and picnic areas, and a heated outdoor pool.
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A small discount movie theater, Academy 8 Theaters shows contemporary films. It offers a variety of concessions and refreshment combos, and runs a number of specials, including movie clubs for seniors and loyalty programs for frequent guests.
Spread over 375 acres of land, the Rocky Point Beach is situated at the mouth of both the Middle and Back Rivers along Chesapeake Bay. Along with the 300 foot beach, the surrounding park has numerous picnic areas, two playgrounds, a fishing pier, and a sailing center.
Offering the chance to build children's natural athleticism, Silver Stars Gymnastics believes in teaching discipline, dedication, and goal setting. Classes include tumbling, small children's classes, and higher level gymnastics for children interested in competition.
The Greenbelt Arts Center is a community theater organization that regularly schedules weekend plays and musicals in an auditorium that seats up to 100 audience members. The group also holds special performances for children and school groups as well.
Goddard Visitor Center, named after Dr. Robert H. Goddard, houses a large variety of informative exhibits which showcase NASA's work in various fields such as astrophysics, communications and more, in addition to many model and vintage artifacts.