Pick Fresh Fruit at These Farms Near Jessup

fresh picked strawberries

Nothing says summer like fresh fruit. Fortunately, you can enjoy farm-to-table produce from local u-pick businesses. An easy day trip from our apartments in Jessup, MD, you’ll enjoy healthy food and support local farms while safely practicing social distancing. Here are three farms near Jessup that you can visit today. Berry Daze This is a […]

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Go Wild for Live Cams at the Maryland Zoo

Pair of adult Lions in zoo

Opened in 1876, The Maryland Zoo is the third oldest zoo in the country. Located just miles from Jessup, this community favorite is known for its interactive exhibits. The zoo is temporarily closed, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the action. Catch up with your favorite creatures on live cams at the […]

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Find Fall Fun at Farms in Howard County

pumpkin farm

The fall months mean cooler temperatures, cider donuts, and pumpkins on every doorstep. If you would like to enjoy some seasonal fun, head to one of these farms near our Jessup apartments where you’ll find everything from hayrides to challenging corn mazes: Maryland Sunrise Farm Called an agricultural oasis, the Maryland Sunrise Farm stretches 570 […]

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Explore the African Journey Exhibit at the Maryland Zoo

a giraffe in the zoo

Do you want to see animals from Africa without taking a long plane ride? Then head to the Maryland Zoo.  It recently reopened its African Journey exhibit after a twenty million dollar renovation. As the largest renovation in the zoo’s 143-year history, it created environments that benefit the animals while providing unforgettable experiences for guests. […]

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Stroll Through The Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens

a butterfly on a flower

An easy, 30-minute drive from our Jessup apartments is a stunning destination that’s always in bloom.  We’re talking about the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens, and it dates back to 1888. The conservatory opened to a well-received crowd of about 300 visitors. Today, it’s the county’s second oldest steel framed-and-glass building still in use.  The […]

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