Camping in brentwood essex
An undeveloped strip of land crisscrossed by wildlife trails, Assateague makes a great getaway.
Highlights: It’s the ideal spot for beach camping, made extraordinary by the presence of the famous wild horses that roam the park.
Home to bald eagles, island foxes, dolphins, whales, and of course the beautiful horses, it’s no wonder Highlights: This state park offers stunning bay views, as well as swimming, fishing and hiking.
Things to do: Sandy Point is home to Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB, naturally), an organization that works to make boating accessible to disabled people, and all the facilities in the park are accessible.
Things to do: For a dose of exhilaration, head to Adventure Sports Center International where manmade white-water courses offer a perfect place for new paddlers to get their feet wet—literally—or to challenge the most advanced pro.
In the Catoctin Mountains near Thurmont, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has set aside three designated swimming areas in Hunting Creek Lake.
Things to do: Look across the broad Gunpowder River toward the south where it empties into the Chesapeake Bay, or take refuge from the sun under one of the trees just a few yards from the sand.
Top tip: There are many areas of this state park—call ahead for directions to the Hammerman area to ensure you discover this great beach.
With 69 miles of shoreline, Deep Creek is the state’s largest man-made lake, with a swimming beach and boat rentals plus a host of events and nearby restaurants.
Under the Jamboree theme ‘Our Changing World’, young people gained awareness about the global community and showcased everything that is best about Scouting and Guiding.
The Jamboree was run by 2,000 Scout and Guide volunteers, dedicated to making seven days and nights and unforgettable experience.