Home of the State’s Capital, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County offer 17 sprawling turf fields with lighting, a 38,000 seat Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, a nationally recognized Chesapeake BMX Arena, and 100 plus multi-use fields and parks.
Located just south of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., race enthusiasts can find their weekend entertainment at the Mayland International Raceway, the State’s largest motorsports facility. Continue reading
Nestled in the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Worcester County boasts miles of shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean as well as several bays, making the county attractive for all things water sports. Although the county has immense access to the beach, that is only one of many amenities Worcester County has to offer. Continue reading
Minutes away from the Nation’s Capital, Prince George’s County has complex venues for almost all sport types, but one special venue in particular is the Fairland Sports and Aquatics Center. Continue reading
Known as Maryland’s Gateway to the Nation’s Capital, Montgomery County hosts several sporting events in its local communities of Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Rockville, Silver Spring, Gaithersburg and Germantown annually. Continue reading
Headquartered in the horse country of Cecil County, Thoroughbred Racing Associations of North America, Inc. has played a leading role in the establishment of many programs beneficial to the racing industry since its creation in 1942. Continue reading
Ocean City is filled with famous restaurants, mini-golf and 10 miles of Atlantic Ocean shoreline, which makes it all the more attractive when bringing amateur and youth events to the area’s largest and most popular park facility, Northside Park.