- TripBuzz found 303 things to do with kids in or near Dundalk, Maryland, including 297 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Baltimore, Columbia and Pasadena.
- From Pinland Bowling Lanes to Upper Chesapeake Bay Charters, the Dundalk area offers 112 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, History Museums, Parks and Marinas.
- An outlying suburb of Baltimore, the city of Dundalk is a thriving community comprised of residential landscape, retail and tourism. Visitors can enjoy the city's large shopping mall or take a stroll through the local and charming historic district for an education look at early Maryland heritage. Other points of interest include lush green parks and local dining.
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Pinland Bowling Lanes offers a fun and relaxed environment for families and friends to bowl and enjoy pizza
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Dundalk's Pinland Bowling Lanes is an 18-lane duckpin bowling alley that regularly hosts special events. Having been in business for over sixty years, the bowling alley is a treasured piece of the city's sports history.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Charters is a full-time charter service that offers fishing trips, crabbing tours, kid's excursions, and a variety of cruises. The fishing charter company operates on the Chesapeake Bay.
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Preserving the region's history, Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum is a volunteer led museum featuring a collection of local artifacts. Once a year, the society celebrates Defender's Day in honor of the Revolutionary War's Battle of North Point.
The Watersedge Recreation Council handles all the local amateur sports programs for the Watersedge community and its veterans. Baseball and Basketball are featured along with dance lessons and community events year-round.
The Dundalk Heritage Park is used almost exclusively for the Dundalk Heritage Fair that is held at the beginning of July. Activities at the fair include the longest parade in the state, a fireworks show, and a three day festival.
Fort McHenry National Monument commemorates the role that the star-shaped coastal fort played in the War of 1812, defending the Baltimore harbor against the British Navy. Self-guided tours of the preserved fortresses and canons coupled with scenic views of the water, are available.
Urban Pirates is a local company which organizes hour long pirate adventure aboard their ship called 'Fearless' which sails out from Fell's Point. The adventure includes many activities such as face painting, dressing up, treasure hunting and more.
With direct access to the waters of Back River, Weavers Marine Service Inc has piers where visitors can see yachts and a variety of other boats docked. The marina has a small picnic area with panoramic views of the river.
Founded by William Fell in 1730, Fell's Point is a historic neighborhood overlooking the water on the northern shore of the Baltimore Harbor. Once a prominent port, it is now home to a large number of bars as well as antique stores, restaurants and more.