Things To Do In Hunt Valley


Select Local Merchants

  • Rebel Race
    Rebel Race's military-style obstacle courses challenge athletes from all backgrounds to shed humdrum day-to-day routines to experience the primal joys of mud, sweat and glory. Emerging from the mire in various states across the country, each Rebel Race packs its rucksack with tests of physical and mental toughness, rousing racers and washing machines alike to triumph in the face of sloppy opposition. After dashing through fire, climbing walls, and scaling mountains of hay, race participants bask in the collective kudos of parties, which include live entertainment, food, and beer for purchase. Camping options encourage participants and spectators to transform races into weekend getaways, while awards recognize each day's standout competitors and most-humble mud pits.
    Read More
    4101 Stansbury Mill Road
    Monkton, MD US
  • Flying Change Performance Horses & Ponies
    Leanne Krick—the head trainer and manager at Flying Change Performance Horses & Ponies—has been destined for equine excellence ever since the second grade. At that young age, Krick acquired her first pony, which quickly kick-started her love for horses and the whole of the animal kingdom. Growing up in Pennsylvania, Leanne constantly competed at both the local and state levels. Nowadays, she helps others do the same with private and group lessons in a number of divisions, including hunters, jumpers, and Western pleasure. For more casual riders, Leanne's training corps leads guided trail rides across hundreds of acres of York County countryside. And for more seasoned competitors, the crew offers traditional horse training for those who need their animal to be more cooperative on the trail or the runway of the next horses-only fashion show.
    Read More
    16426 W Liberty Rd.
    Stewartstown, PA US
  • Zombie Race
    Miles of celluloid are dedicated to movie characters fleeing zombies, but during the real-world Zombie Race, evading flesh-feasting beasties is just one of the tasks. Racers must not only protect their three health flags?losing all three means not ?surviving??but they must also navigate the course?s military-style obstacles, such as winning the affection of a withholding drill sergeant. Refugees of the imaginary Ragnarok traipse along balance beams, slog headlong through a mud pit, or crawl, clamber, and sprint through any number of impediments. At the finish line, muddied survivors collect a finisher?s medal before entering an apocalypse-themed post-race party, complete with live entertainment, snacks, and beer.
    Read More
    4101 Stansbury Mill Road
    Monkton, MD US
  • Woodhall Wine Cellars - Events
    For 30 years, Woodhall Wine Cellars has functioned as a small, family-run boutique winery in the rolling hills of Parkton, where its winemakers have perfected the food-friendly art of table wines. These award-winning varietals are all crafted from Maryland-grown grapes, which are pressed, strained, and eventually transformed into a dry, oaked chardonnay or a rich, dessert-friendly ice wine from late harvest. Inside the rustic tasting room, you can line up along the bar to sample these wines, try a whole glass, or grab a bottle to smash at a yacht-christening party.
    Read More
    17912 York Road
    Parkton, MD US
  • morris meadows
    Imagine a concert where the floors are flowing grass, the stars above are the ceiling, and if you want to get closer to the stage, you just roll downhill. That's what the spring and summer shows are like at Morris Meadows Complex, a venue spread out over 270 acres of pastoral farmland. Originally incepted as an agricultural museum celebrating classic farming machines (some of which are still on display), the meadows have now transformed into an extraordinary destination for live music. And the sounds continue throughout the colder months as well, as it boasts both indoor and outdoor performance areas.
    Read More
    1333 Morris Road
    Freeland, MD US
  • Hereford Golf Center
    After spending his formative years helping his father to operate multiple golf facilities, John Invernizzi decided to dedicate his adult life to spreading the gospel of the game. The PGA pro opened Hereford Golf Center in 1995 with the aim of creating a pressure-free space for golfers of all stripes to hone their swings, learn to appreciate the game, and debate about which club would be the most useful to ward off feral caddies. In the ensuing 17 years, clubbers have been hitting practice balls at the center’s 36-stall driving range, replete with eight target greens that range from 50 to 260 yards. The adjacent Lost Falls Miniature Golf Course takes friendly competitors careening past two ponds, a large stream, and a mysterious cave as they steer golf balls toward pintsize flagsticks. True to his mission of making golf fun and accessible for everyone, John and the staff at Hereford Golf Center provide clubs free of charge, sparing clubless players from hastily purchasing one or digging in their backyard for a conveniently shaped mastodon bone.
    Read More
    17110 York Rd
    Parkton, MD US

Groupon Guide