Traveling further west is a pick your own blueberry farm, Frog Eye Farm is in Knoxville. You can also enjoy a nice cup of joe in a converted church, Beans in the Belfry.
Thurmont area has pick your own orchards and Springfield Manor (but not this weekend since the festival is advance tickets only)East: Pataspsco state park, or try getting on the bay South: Leesburg has plenty of stuff to do There are two creameries--South Mountain in Middletown and one closer to Point of Rocks called Rocky Point.
Since you two are trying to do restaurants less, try to cook more!
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Google search First Saturday Frederick to see what the next one is Spinners has all-you-can-play pinball for a set price (I think like $10 or something) and you can buy beer and wine The Brew Bus will take you around to all the local breweries Geocaching--urban or rural Lots of hiking, the Appalachian Trail is super close, and the walk to the Washington Monument is short if you park in Boonsboro (not the DC one, haha, the AT one)Alive @ 5 is every Thursday on Carroll Creek, live music and drinks Monocacy Battlefield is on the outskirts of town if you like some history with your hiking C&O canal isn't far, you can walk or bike and check out the locks. Cunningham Falls isn't a far drive and it's a short hike to the falls Sky Stage does live music and comedy sometimes, it's only $5 to get in and you can buy beer and wine inside Catoctin Wildlife Park does safari tours Keep an eye out for painted rocks, people paint them and hide them all over the city (facebook look up Frederick Rocks)Edit: here are more Eat breakfast at the Airways Inn and watch the planes take off.
Take a discovery flight in one of the small planes. Caitlin's school of blacksmithing (pricey but unique.
I'm 28 & she's 30, on nice days like today we both like doing outdoorsy stuff but we've exhausted Sugarloaf Mountain by going there several times this spring already.
We go out to eat often (trying to cut back actually) so we're trying to avoid restaurants at least as much as we have been.
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Check out the Common Market, which is a co-op grocery.