The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring's 13 courses are color-coded by difficulty level, from yellow for beginners to double black diamonds for experts. They aren't ski trails, though—they're climbing challenges. More than 150 platforms adorn 5 acres of trees, which participants trek among by way of cable, wood, and rope bridges, as well as ziplines. A short safety briefing precedes all excursions, covering how to use the included gear and harnesses.
The park's main courses aren't the only place to test climbing skills. Over in the Monkey Grove, visitors can scale 10 trees fastened with the footholds and grips of a classic rock wall. Younger climbers, meanwhile, can explore The Labyrinth, a small, contained structure featuring more than 40 junior-sized versions of the park's other challenges. The courses illuminate on select Glow-in-the-Park evenings, when food, live music, and hoot-owl choruses await climbers upon their return to terra firma.
Designed by the fright experts at Steelhead Events and Productions, Field of Screams Maryland acts as the nexus of Halloween fright for brave souls in Maryland, DC, and Virginia. Frights stretch across four attractions, each one offering its own twist on the mechanisms of fear. Visitors might start out on the Haunted Trail, which reaches deep into a haunted forest littered with more than a dozen small haunted houses. If visitors make it through the demonic, zombie-filled labyrinth, they can also hop aboard Hades’s Hayride. The haunted vessel creeps through cornfields menaced by packs of vengeful ghosts eager to waylay unsuspecting travelers. Those who make it out must then don 3D glasses to enter the terrifying Nightmares in 3D. Entrants wander each room of the house, ever watchful for ghouls that seem to transcend the bounds of dimensional laws.
The fright experts at Steelhead Events and Productions and Field of Screams don't limit their scream-inducing talents to the Halloween season. The team works as the professional builder, designer, or general contractor for set and stage design projects throughout the region. Their repertoire includes both local and national haunted attractions, as well as slightly-less-scary corporate events, parties, and private events.
The Haunted Trail is 9 stations of Campground fears that wind you through the haunted forest of Field of Screams Maryland!!
These stations take the haunted trail experience to the next level with haunted houses dotting the trail with their terrifying looks, sounds, animation and props.
Although fewer stations than our 13 original and upgraded classic trail stations on the Trail of Terror, this trail is themed as a Camp Fear where a group of 20 year old campers once laughed, played and brutally died.
Come visit the newest attraction at the Field of Screams Maryland
Whether you prefer to run or walk, Norbeck Memorial Park is a popular spot for getting outdoor exercise in Olney.
What's a fine park without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Up your vitamin D by spending some time at Norbeck Memorial Park's one-of-a-kind park today!
Wheel on over to the well-maintained, spacious rink at Wheaton Ice Arena in Wheaton for a blood-pumping work-out or a relaxed outing.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
"You're up." At more than 200 AMF Bowling locations across the U.S., that message is passed between friends as they pick up a ball, step up to the line, and prepare to have a great time. Now synonymous with bowling, AMF was founded in 1901 as American Machine and Foundry. It wasn't until 1946, however, that the company made a splash in bowling, introducing the automated pin spotter to the public.
Today, AMF's nationwide network of bowling centers is a source of year-round entertainment for people of all ages. AMF centers offer a modern approach to traditional bowling—with pro-quality lanes, innovative scoring systems, all-star menus, and the ability to share laneside experiences on social media. When cravings strike, the game still goes on thanks to AMF’s laneside food and beverage service.