Oct 16, 2012 - Fall Activities in Maryland
Fall is here and there are a lot of festivals you can visit in Maryland with Bus Rental MD. From headless horsemen to Jack-o-lanterns to trick or treating for all sorts of candy, it’s the perfect time to dress up and let the spooks out.
The whole state will be out in full force to make the season enjoyable for visitors and locals of all ages so look out for all sorts of activities such as crafts, scarecrow making, pumpkin painting, apple and harvest festivals, and more in all the different counties.
Trick or Treating will also be happening in selected town squares, parks, town centers and neighbourhoods. All you need to take part is your favourite costume and a big bag for storing your yummy treats.
If you’re giving out candy, put a sign on the door or decorate your yard to let all the kids know that your house is a safe and treat-filled place worth visiting.
Besides Halloween, this time of the year is also an excellent time to go picking apples. Here’s a list of some of the places that are open for you to go pick your own apples
In Baltimore, you can look for Shaw's Orchard located at 5594 Norrisville Road, White Hall. For Carroll County, Baugher's Orchard at 1236 Baugher Rd, Westminster or Shady Hill Farm and Orchard at 2001 New Windsor Rd (Rt. 31), New Windsor are the places to go.
For Cecil County, visit Milburn Orchards at 1495 Appleton Rd, Elkton. 410-398-1349; Visitors to Frederick County can try Rock Hill Orchard, 28600 Ridge Rd, Mount Airy; or if you’re dropping by Howard County, check out Larriland Farm at 2415 Rt. 94, Woodbine.
Meanwhile, if it’s Montgomery County you find yourself in, you can always ask Bus Rental MD to drop by Butler's Orchard at 22200 Davis Mill Rd, Germantown; Homestead Farm. 15600 Sugarland Rd, Poolesville; Kingsbury's Orchard. At 19415 Peach Tree Rd, Dickerson or Lewis Orchards. At Rt. 28 and Peach Tree Rd, Dickerson