On the Radio: Pour some maple sugar on me

March 25, 2017

Federal News Radio’s Nicole Ogrysko speaks with Recreation News Editor Marvin Bond about interesting things to do in and near the nation’s capital. Week of March 26: Head up to Meyersdale in the Laurel Highlands […]

Family Travel

Enter to Win: B&O Railroad Museum’s Springfest

March 22, 2017

The B&O Railroad Museum has so much for kids to do during Springfest: Crowns, Cowboys & Easter Bunny to keep minds engaged and active. During the event, there will be train rides & appearances by […]


Fishing opportunities abound in West Virginia

March 17, 2017

Mid-Atlantic anglers find West Virginia to be the wilderness nearby. Called the “Mountain State,” West Virginia offers more than 20,000 miles of streams and more than 100 public fishing lakes. From family vacations to expeditions […]


Hampton celebrates NASA heritage

March 11, 2017

This year, the City of Hampton, Va., marks two special anniversaries. On July 9, 1917, Hampton became the birthplace of NASA. The first laboratories of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Langley — later called […]


Travel takeover: Ellicott City, Maryland

March 5, 2017

Recreation News reader Valerie D. Perry took over our Instagram account Saturday during a trip to Ellicott City, Maryland. Valerie, a travel blogger for The Road Lots Traveled, is a regular user of our #LivePlayDo […]


Find a place to enjoy at the beach this year

March 1, 2017

When making your vacation plans for 2017, consider visiting a destination not too far from home and full of surprises — Coastal Delaware. From Fenwick Island to the beaches of the Delaware Bay, quaint seaside […]


Boardwalk suites in Bethany Beach

February 28, 2017

Looking for the charm of Bethany Beach and want the modern style of a fully equipped hotel? Bethany Beach Ocean Suites, completed in 2015, is the answer. You’ll find 112 suites to greet you with […]