Top 5 attractions to visit in Fort Meade

Top 5 attractions to visit in Fort Meade

Fort Meade acts as a community for Department of Defense employees and their families, and retired military professionals. While the amount of community activities are immense, guests to Fort Meade may be wondering what else there is to do in a military installment. Luckily for them, Fort Meade is situated in between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., so the amount of activities are endless. You already know Washington, D.C. is home to endless historical monuments and museums, so what else is there to do? We’ll go over the top attractions to visit in and near Fort Meade, for visitors and those currently living there as well.

A Trip from Fort Meade to San Antonio

So you’ve decided to road trip to San Antonio from Fort Meade, which is almost a 24 hour trip, so you’ve definitely got some planning to do. A road trip doesn’t have to be boring, and even if you don’t have too much wiggle room in your itinerary, there’s always time to take in an interesting sight, eat a great meal, or let loose with some night time entertainment. So before you hop in the car, go over this list and add some of the stops to your list to feel invigorated before heading back out onto the open road. When you arrive in San Antonio, you’ll want to visit downtown, the Riverwalk, some Hill Country wineries and the other sites. I would recommend you rent a limo or hummer limo in San Antonio and ride around in style. You have come this far and it is well worth the money, especially if you can get some friends together for a great time.

Top 3 Restaurants in Fort Meade

Dining at a military installation can sometimes remind people of their old school cafeteria, with its bland foods and sometimes questionable dishes. Most Military posts offer the same fast food restaurants, which can get old, and isn’t the healthiest option if you’re constantly on the go. Fortunately for visitors and residents, there are a variety of options both on base, and just outside of it that will delight any diner. These are our top three picks for dining in and around Fort Meade.

Fort Meade, Maryland Today

Fort Meade, Maryland Today

Fort Meade has an extensive history dating back to World War I when it opened in 1917 to new Army recruits. Today it is home to Department of Defense civilian employees, their families, and military retirees. Fort Meade is located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., ensuring a wide range of activities for families, but also the knowledge that something is always going on at Fort Meade.