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2235 W Pulaski Highway, North East, MD 21901 MoreLess Info
North East Adventure Paintball is a family owned and operated paintball venue with 5 different fields. They feature an on site pro shop and offer individual play, group play, and private bookings.
Situated on nearly one acre in Green Park, Gaithersburg Dog Park is a fenced canine recreation facility with grass and gravel fields. The park offers double-gated entry, drinking water and separate small and large dog areas.
A 14-screen movie theater, Regal Germantown Stadium 14 displays first-run feature films. The theater provides stadium seating, self-service and mobile ticketing, a game room, RealD 3D movies and a concession area with food and drinks.
Surrounded by hiking trails, Lake Redman is a prime water sports destination, with activities like boating, kayaking, and paddleboating for visitors to participate in. The lake has several picnic areas for visitors to set up family picnics at.
A movie theater with 14 auditoriums, Regal Germantown Stadium 14 displays first-run feature films. The theater provides stadium seating, a game room, accessibility devices and a concession stand with food and drinks.
The York City Ice arena is a community-managed facility that actually houses two separate ice surfaces. This allows the rink to play host to local hockey teams and figure skating competitions while also offering public lessons and open skate sessions.