Things to Do In Montgomery County Blog

Spring & Summer Bucket List

Looking for things to do this Spring and Summer season in Montgomery County?

Have fun and check out our bucket list and start crossing things off!

  • Embrace your inner photographer at Brookside Gardens
  • Take a ride at the carousel at Glen Echo Park
  • Rock out to a free concert on Friday nights throughout the summer in Rockville Town Square
  • Rent a paddle boat at the RIO Washingtonian Center lake front
  • Take a hike up Sugarloaf Mountain and enjoy a glass of wine at Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyards
  • Explore Go Ape treetop adventure, made up of 6 zip lines and the USA’s first skateboard zipline or visit the Adventure Park at Sandy Spring, the largest aerial forest adventure park in the nation!
  • Grab your pup and head to Strut Your Mutt in Bethesda – May 16, 2015
  • Kick off summer with the Memorial Day parade and other festivities in Rockville during the Hometown Holidays celebration – May 23, 2015
  • Head to Great Falls and hike the Billy Goat Trail for spectacular views of the Potomac River
  • Watch new documentary films at the annual AFI Docs Film Festival – June 17-21, 2015
  • Satisfy your taste buds at the Taste of Wheaton – June 7, 2015
  • Go fishing at Little Seneca Creek State Park
  • Enjoy the outdoors and ride a bike along the C&O Canal
  • Take a historical tour during Heritage Days – June 27-28, 2015
  • Cool off at one of Montgomery County’s public swimming pools or at Splash Playground in Germantown
  • Stop by Discovery Communications Headquarters and look up at Chompie! Join Discovery for Shark Week in Downtown Silver Spring for free Shark Week Screening! – July 10, 2015
  • Don’t miss the annual Montgomery County Fair – August 14-22, 2015
  • Have a photoshoot with the sunflowers at McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area in Poolesville (sunflowers are at their peak in August)

2 thoughts on “Spring & Summer Bucket List

  1. Ana Mutter +

    Thanks for sharing this information. Montgomery county a great place to live and work.

  2. Soo funny!

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