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The slim 20-foot storefront of Silhouettes for Women may look unassuming, but it opens to a 5,000-square-foot facility with two group fitness studios, private changing rooms, and a private weighing area. In addition to women-only fitness classes, personal training, and cardio equipment, the gym also offers nutritional counseling from certified weight-management consultants.

6249 Kenwood Ave
Rosedale,
MD
US

Sometimes kids need help burning off all their excess energy. When they've done enough laps around the living room sofa, they shake off the boredom at Kidz-Clubhouse. Inside bounce houses, they leap into the air, then ricochet through obstacle courses and whoosh down slides. Meanwhile, staff keep an eye on the sock-footed moppets to ensure safety rules are followed and that no kid tries to sell life insurance while no one is looking.

7905 Harford Road
Parkville,
MD
US

Average class length: 60 minutes

Class location: Indoors only

Registration required: No

Good for beginners: Yes

Parking: Parking lot

Amenities: Free on-site babysitting

5022 Campbell Blvd
Nottingham,
MD
US

The Marshy Point Nature Center is enshrouded in nearly 3,000 acres of natural terrain from the combined Marshy Point Park and neighboring federal land. In this emerald oasis, a variety of wildlife including Barred Owls, Bald Eagles, and Red Fox make their home amongst the three miles of wooded trails and ponds. Hikers and birdwatchers can gather to see these creatures in their natural habitats or take a canoe out to the middle of the Dundee Creek and practice walking back to shore. Throughout the year, the Marshy Point Nature Center also runs activities including a spring festival with a muddy obstacle course and the Popsicle Plunge, which immerses swimmers into the Chesapeake Bay for the sake of charity or really sweaty tendencies.

2200 Rocky Point Rd.
Essex,
MD
US

Sully’s strives to keep it classy. With a clean-comedy policy and a two-monocle dress code, the club hosts a lineup of regular and traveling comedians who have honed their timing everywhere from Comedy Central to HBO to Last Comic Standing. Winner of the 2011 World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, Ryan Dalton takes the mic on August 17 and 18, opining with in-your-face glee on the health risks of exercise and vegetables, and the best way to inform someone they are not a triceratops. Also taking the stage is Nick Cantone, who transforms his mustache into comedy gold by meditating on its effect on his dating life and the sophistication it embodies. While laughing along, audiences can munch on classic pub eats or sip signature cocktails such as the Silly Sully, a blend of Malibu rum, blue curacao, and pineapple juice.

9306 Harford Rd
Parkville,
MD
US

Every week, Magooby's schedule features established national headliners, including comedians featured on Letterman, The Tonight Show, and Comedy Central. Although many of the comedians featured have made nationally televised appearances, you needn't worry about two of them getting into an onstage fight over contractual issues or comedic supremacy. Magooby's is a down-to-earth comedic facility. In fact, it's so down-to-earth that it's in a root cellar. The parking is free, and guests are encouraged to show up prior to showtime and enjoy a drink—no waiting in a cramped space or standing outside required. If you do want to stand outside, be sure to wear moon shoes.

9306 Harford Rd
Baltimore,
MD
US

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