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  • Robinson Nature Center
    Robinson Nature Center is a great place to hang out and enjoy the more outdoorsy side of Columbia. For a well-crafted dish, be sure to visit the restaurant at this park. The perfect place to take the kids, this park won't cost you a sitter. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    6692 Cedar Lane
    Columbia, MD US
  • Baltimore-Annapolis Trail Park
    Severna Park's Baltimore-Annapolis Trail Park is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter. Be sure to visit the restaurant at this club for a delicious meal. Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join in the fun at this club. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    51 West Earleigh Heights Road
    Severna Park, MD US
  • Jeremy's Run
    In 2008, at the age of 20, former athlete Jeremy Glass lost his battle against heroin addiction. To raise awareness and help others overcome their addictions, Jeremy's parents started an annual event: Jeremy's Run. By their estimation, the annual USATF-sanctioned walk and run has raised more than $110,000 and counting for drug-prevention programs. Participants choose from three runs—1 mile, 5K, or 10K—that take them on a leisurely path through verdant residential areas. Each runner also receives a virtual goodie bag that, in addition to helping reduce paper waste, allows them to pick and choose which items they'd like in advance. Race proceeds go to support three programs: The Partnership at Drugfree.org, the Jeremy Glass Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Kolmac Foundation, and "Jeremy's Hour—Knowledge Can Save a Life," an addiction outreach program through MedStar Montgomery.
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    18100 Town Center Drive
    Olney, MD US
  • Appalachian Trail Conservancy
    The Appalachian Trail stretches from Georgia to Maine, running 2,180 miles over mountains, rocky slopes, and deep valleys. Since it was established in 1925, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) has cared for the trail, maintaining 250,000 acres of public land. The organization educates hikers on Leave No Trace camping and why it's not a good idea to challenge a bear to a hugging contest. Volunteers and trail crews build and repair shelters along the footpath and engage youth and community members in outdoor activities. In addition to these human-oriented services, the ATC works to protect endangered species living along the trail and to preserve the land's watershed streams and migratory corridor.
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    5612 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
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