Spring Fun In Bethesda

Dated: March 28 2016

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Spring Weather is here! Time to get active!


Here is a quick guide to Bethesda’s Bike Trails:


The Capital Crescent Trail Runs through Bethesda and Chevy Chase--it starts in Silver Spring and goes all the way to Georgetown.


The Bethesda Trolley Trail runs from North Bethesda near White Flint to the Alta Vista neighborhood just north of NIH.


The Rock Creek Park trail goes from Rockville through Kensington, Bethesda, and Chevy Chase to the National Mall in Washington, DC.


The C&O Canal towpath runs from Georgetown to Cumberland, Maryland.


The MacArthur Blvd. bike path is from Potomac through Cabin John and Glen Echo.


There are also several neighborhood paths, such as the path which links the Bradley Hills neighborhood to downtown Bethesda, and the short path which links the Huntington Terrace neighborhood to the Greenwich Forest neighborhood.


There are a number of outdoor pools in the area and a couple of indoor pools:


There is the YMCA on Old Georgetown Road with indoor and outdoor pools, the indoor pools at Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center in North Bethesda, and the outdoor Bethesda Pool on Little Falls Parkway. There are also several neighborhoods with private pools, such as Bannockburn, Mohican Hills, and Wildwood Manor.


Click here to see MORE TO DO at Bethesda Magazine's event calendar.

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Charles Chapman

Charles Chapman has more than 20 years' experience in the Montgomery County real estate market. He has been a full-time agent through rising markets and good times, and also through falling markets an....

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