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Be a Tourist in Your Town: Attractions in Waldorf

In Things to Do in Waldorf by Adam's Crossing Apartments

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Once you’ve lived in a place for a while, you can forget the unique attractions it has to offer. One of the best ways to see your town is by viewing it through the eyes of a tourist! With that said, check out these attractions in Waldorf and be a tourist in your own town.

The Dr. Samuel Mudd House & Museum

For a slice of history, visit the Dr. Samuel Mudd House & Museum. Dr. Samuel Mudd provided medical attention to John Wilkes Booth when he broke his leg right after he assassinated Abraham Lincoln. Dr. Mudd’s father gifted him the plantation back in 1857, located on 218 acres of land. When visiting the home and museum, you can also go on the “Use All Efforts to Secure Him” tour and walk around John Wilkes Booth’s escape route. Opening day is on April 2nd, and the museum will be open from 11 am – 4 pm Wednesday and Saturday and 12 pm – 4 pm on Sunday. Admission is free for children under 3, $3 for those aged 6 to 12, and $10 for everyone 13 and up. Get your tickets and plan your trip to take a walk through the history that happened right here in Waldorf!

Cedarville State Forest

On a nice, sunny day, head to Cedarville State Forest! From camping and exploring the trails to fishing and hunting, Cedarville State Forest is a perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. With 19.5 miles of marked trails, there is plenty to explore by foot or on your bike. Camping is available from April to October, so be sure to make a reservation online or via phone. At Cedarville State Forest, those who love to fish will enjoy a four-acre pond that’s stocked with catfish, sunfish, bluegill, and bass! Go for a hike, kick back and relax while fishing, or plan a weekend camping getaway at Cedarville State Forest.

Piscataway Park

Take in the beautiful surroundings at Piscataway Park! From nature trails and fishing piers to a colonial farm, there are plenty of sights to be seen at this serene park. Spend some time on the water, whether you choose to fish or take your boat out! While you’re at Piscataway Park, travel back in time and tour the National Colonial Farm. Some of the buildings, including the Laurel Branch Farmhouse, were built around 1770. Additionally, there’s a tobacco barn, a garden, and more! Plan your trip to explore the beautiful Piscataway Park and learn about its history at the National Colonial Farm.

Capital Clubhouse

Capital Clubhouse has something fun for everyone! With an NHL-size ice rink and a multi-sport court, stop by for an action-packed day. On their courts, they offer a variety of game drop-ins like futsal, volleyball, basketball, and lacrosse. In addition to drop-ins, they also have a variety of leagues to sign up for. Or, head to the ice rink for a public skating session! If you’d like to perfect your skill, sign up for private lessons or classes. Additionally, they offer hockey leagues, private lessons, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or just looking to have some fun, Capital Clubhouse is a great place for you!

From learning about history and exploring the beautiful outdoors at a local park to joining a pickup game at Capital Clubhouse, there are plenty of attractions in Waldorf! Step back and view your town through the lens of a visitor and experience it all again like it’s the first time. It might give you a new appreciation for Waldorf!

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