Outdoor Recreation & Sports in the Mid Atlantic Region
Beyond the skyline of downtown and the majestic marble monuments that line the National Mall, Washington, DC unravels into beautiful neighborhoods, natural landscapes, picturesque parks, scenic hiking and biking trails, historic estates and spectacular golf courses. Kayak or paddle along the waters of the Potomac River past America''s founding fathers, cycle through beautiful Rock Creek Park, or walk the breathtaking grounds of George Washington's Mount Vernon. Whether you are into biking, boating, hiking, fishing, or golf, Washington, DC is our nation's most historic outdoor treasure.
Washington, DC's national and city parks offer endless recreational and sports activities, such as walking, jogging, biking, fishing, boating, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, softball and picnicking. Following the Anacostia River, Anacostia Park is one of Washington, DC's largest recreation areas with 1,200 beautiful acres for nature walks, bike rides, golf and boating. From Georgetown to Great Falls, Virginia, Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park offers exciting outdoor recreation like bicycling, walking, fishing, boating and touring. Georgetown Waterfront Park is a beautiful setting along the Potomac River with space for walking, bicycling and skating. Enjoy the wonders of nature and outdoor action at these urban parks: Benjamin Banneker Park, Bartholdi Park, Battery Kemble Park, East Potomac Park - Hains Point, Fort Dupont Park, Fort Totten Park, Francis Scott Key Park, Friendship "Turtle" Park and Meridian Hill Park.
From its rolling mountains to its beautiful sandy shores, the Chesapeake Bay to the Potomac River, Maryland is a place of incredible beauty and endless outdoor space for hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, surfing, canoeing, kayaking, boating, rock climbing, horseback riding and exploring. Catch the big one from a fishing pier or deep sea charters, hike the Western Maryland Rail Trail, kayak or paddle the waters of the Potomac River or Assateague National Island Seashore, and enjoy the thrill of the hunt at one of Maryland's state hunting grounds like Big Run State Park. With so much diversity, beauty and history, Maryland is a state of adventure and fun.
From the Blue Ridge Mountain to the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay to the verdant rolling hills of the Piedmont, Virginia is a beautiful destination that inspires your sense of adventure. Home to 35 state parks that were voted "America's Best, " including Shenandoah National Park, miles of exquisite coastline and beaches, hundreds if miles of trails, and spectacular seasonal backdrops, Virginia is teeming with outdoor activities - from surfing blue waves to exploring deep caverns. Whether you hike mountainous, lush green trails or bike on sandy, palm lined boardwalks, Virginia is the Mid-Atlantic's perfect playground.
One of the ultimate mountain biking destinations in the world, West Virginia is a wild and beautiful destination for outdoor adventure and recreational activities. Blessed with rushing rivers, towering mountains, beautiful hiking and biking trails, breathtaking ski resorts, virgin forests, and pristine state and national parks, the Mountain State is an outdoor lover's utopia. Hike the Appalachian Trail, ski down the slopes of Snowshoe Resort, kayak or raft down the white waters of the Gauley River, and enjoy mountain biking expeditions through New River Gorge.
From Rehoboth Beach to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, from Delaware Bay to the Atlantic Ocean, Delaware is a magical vacation destination for outdoor activities and recreational adventures. Blessed beautiful state and national parks, sparkling sand beaches, vast ocean, inland bays, natural wetlands, lush forests, flowing rivers, and wildlife refuges, Delaware is your perfect playground for fishing, swimming, sailing, boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, biking, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, golfing, and bird watching.
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|From the vibrant parks of Washington, DC to the sparkling coastline of Virginia Beach and Ocean City to the Shenandoah Valley, the Mid-Atlantic region offers a plethora of outdoor activities and vacation retreats near the outdoor action! Whether seeking a relaxing beach getaway or a hiking adventure on the Appalachian Trail, Ramada Hotels of the Mid-Atlantic offer comfortable, contemporary accommodations, attentive service and deluxe lifestyle amenities everywhere you want to play and stay in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and the Washington, DC Area.|