8 Exciting Vacation Spots Near Adams Crossing Apartments in Maryland

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Did you know there are dozens of vacation spots near Waldorf?

Waldorf may be located in a suburban sprawl of concrete, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t dozens of exciting adventures located amid (and beyond) the city streets. Ideal for families, young couples, and single individuals, Waldorf offers a mix of nature, museums, historical monuments, and more. Thankfully, the centrally located Adams Crossing Apartments in Maryland make it easy to take a weekend trip to any of these locations.

  1. Calvert Cliffs State Park

On Chesapeake Bay, you’ll will find this historic park stretching across a vast 1,460 acres. There are a number of features that make this park worth visiting, but it’s most famous for its beautiful hiking trails. Enjoy a short day trip (or long weekend) hiking through the park’s dense forest as you soak in views of spectacular cliffs and small wildlife.

  1. Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum

The Mudd house museum became famous after the assassination of President Lincoln. After the president’s murder, John Booth fled to Dr. Samuel’s house, where he was treated. If you are fascinated with Maryland history, this unique glimpse at the assassination of one of our earliest presidents is a must-visit destination.

  1. Patuxent Wine Trail

Are you a wine connoisseur? If so, the short 1 hour drive from Waldorf to the vineyards and trails of Patuxent will be one of the highlights of your year. Enjoy the views, streams, and tranquility this region offers while tasting a variety of its locally grown wines.

  1. Regency Furniture Stadium

Every Saturday, something exciting happens at Regency Furniture Stadium. The perfect place for a local family outing, enjoying a game here on a weekday or weekend evening is a relaxing way to unwind from the stress of work.

  1. Budds Creek Motocross Park

If baseball isn’t your “thing,” the roaring sound of dirt bikes flying through the air is an exciting alternative. At Budds Creek Motocross Park, you’ll find an endless amount of adrenaline and entertainment. The track is only a 30 minute drive from Waldorf, and is appropriate for amateurs and professionals. Even if you don’t ride dirt bikes, just going as a spectator is fun.

  1. Capital Clubhouse

Covering a 90,000 square foot area and jammed-packed with unlimited indoor games, this clubhouse is an exciting getaway for kids and adults alike. At Capital Clubhouse, you can find indoor rock-climbing, ice-skating, basketball, volleyball, and inline hockey. If you’re planning a special event, birthday parties, shows, fundraising events, and summer camps are possible here.

  1. Cedarville State Forest

The outdoor activities you can find in Cedarville State Forest will leave your heart pumping with adrenaline. The 20 miles of trails located in the park offers a variety of hiking, biking and Equestrian opportunities. For a more relaxing weekend, spend your time on the water fishing for sunfish, bluegills, catfish, and bass.

  1. Calvert Marine Museum

The Calvert Maritime Museum offers a wealth of information about the Maritime heritage in Maryland’s southern region. Here, you’ll learn talks about the early settlers of the region, early entrepreneurs, and how early communities came together to promote the development of Chesapeake Bay.


Whether you need ideas for a short day trip or relaxing weekend adventure, all of these destinations are an easy drive from Adams Crossing Apartments in Maryland. For more local trip ideas and apartment living tips, subscribe to our community newsletter today.