There are many reasons to live and work in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Located between the Nation's Capital, Baltimore and Annapolis, College Park is a diverse area home to historical landmarks and natural beauty, with enough leisure activities to keep you busy for years to come.
Discover the allure of sailing on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay.
Enjoy fine dining around Maryland, and don't miss our famous Maryland Blue Crabs.
In a short two hours you can be relaxing on one of Maryland's beautiful beaches - Ocean City.
Take advantage of the nationally-regarded hiking and biking trails of the C & O Canal and Great Falls, among many others.
Arts and Culture is a major component of the region. A few major areas of interest are listed below:
Museums - including the renowned Smithsonian Institution
Visit historic sites and Civil War battlefields all within a days drive of Maryland.
Discover some of our national treasures at the National Zoo, the National Arboretum and the Baltimore Aquarium.
There is a variety of neighborhoods within an easy drive of campus - truly something to fit everyone's lifestyle:
College Park - the quintessential college town, nestled comfortably just a few miles from the Nation's Capital
Washington, DC - the energy of one of the world's great cities can be found in neighborhoods such as Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, Capital Hill and Georgetown.
Silver Spring - The perfect mix of urban and suburban, with great schools and recreation opportunities
Columbia - Recently named one of the best communities in the United States
And More! - Maryland Athletics will work with you to find the perfect neighborhood for your personal style
If you're considering a career in Maryland Athletics, you obviously love sports. Whether you play or are a fan there is plenty to do.
Skiing and snow tubing resorts are within a day's drive of Maryland.
Play on one of our fine local courses including our beautiful University of Maryland Golf course and driving range.
Cheer for the Redskins, the Ravens, the Orioles…and, of course, the Terps!
Explore the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail and the C & O Canal on bike.
Other area attractions include National Parks, Luray Caverns, wildlife centers, Audubon centers, floral gardens, Six Flags Amusement Park, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Nissan Pavilion, Wolf Trap, Kennedy Center, Warner Theater, Ford's Theater and too many more to list here.
For more information on the region, please use the links below:
College Park: www.ci.college-park.md.us
Washington, DC: www.washington.org
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