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Why do so many people love living in Bowie, Maryland? This charming Maryland city is widely known for its unique attractions, beautiful parks, historical relevance, easy access to shopping and delectable dining. If one thing is certain, there’s no shortage of fun and interesting things to do for those who call this bustling city home.
If you’re a fan of high speeds, extreme heights, and the adrenalin pumping excitement of a trip to the amusement park, then you’ll love having fast and easy access to Bowie’s very own, Six Flags America. This theme park has it all, from rollercoasters, rides, and live performances, to restaurants. Six Flags offers something fun for everyone!
If amusement parks aren’t your thing, Bowie offers plenty of parks that appeal to people with varying interests. Canine lovers and their furry friends can enjoy regular trips to the Bowie Dog Park, while sports fans get active at the ball fields in Jericho Park. Nature lovers, hikers and bikers will want to make their way to the vast Nature Preserve on Governor Bridge road to enjoy the lush forests and serene bodies of water. Allen Pond Park is another spot that offers a little something for everyone. With 85 acres of land, this massive park houses an ice arena, amphitheater, skate park, ball fields, picnic areas, pavilions, hiking and biking trails, a fitness station, and several playgrounds. On the other hand, if your idea of fun in the sun includes a round of 18 holes, then you might prefer to spend your free time at the Bowie Golf and Country Club. Whatever you’re into, getting outside for a fun-filled day is easy when you live in Bowie, Maryland.
When you are done enjoying your time outdoors, you’ll love shopping and dining at Bowie’s local area malls. Spend the day browsing your favorite stores at the Bowie Town Center. This shopping mall is in the heart of Bowie and offers a grand total of 79 stores, plus several restaurants where you can stop in for a bite. You You might also enjoy spending your day at the iconic Bowie Plaza. It’s one of the oldest shopping centers in the area and offers a little bit of everything, from unique shops and fashion boutiques to galleries and mouth-watering restaurants.
Speaking of restaurants, there’s no shortage of places to get good quality food here in Bowie, Maryland. Take your sweetheart out for a fancy dinner at Jerry’s Seafood or try something more familiar like Ruth’s Chris or The Capital Grille. Looking for something a little more low-key? How about pasta at Carrabba’s, sushi at Ichiban, steak at Texas Roadhouse, or soul food at Ruby’s Southern Kitchen? Breakfast lovers might enjoy frequent trips to Uptown Café, while night owls spend their evenings at the Old Bowie Town Grille. This hot spot offers tasty American delicacies, an Irish themed bar and grill, live music, open mic nights, and of course, dancing.
When it comes to everyday needs, you’ll have easy access to everything. Get your weekly shopping done at grocery stores like Wegmans, Harris Teeter and Giant Food, or, superstores like Walmart and Target. Organic and farm-fresh food lovers, on the other hand, will enjoy trips to MOM’s Organic Market and the Bowie Farmers Market. And if your day isn’t complete without your coffee fix, not to worry! When you live in Bowie, Maryland, there’s always a Starbucks nearby.
History buffs love living in Bowie because this wonderful city houses several museums and historical sites. Be sure to check out the Bowie Railroad Museum and National Capital Radio and Television Museum. Oh, and don’t forget the Bowie Belair Mansion and Stable Museum, too! And if that’s not enough history for you, plan a trip to the nation’s capital, which is less than 45 minutes away!
Living in Bowie gives residents easy access to several major highways including Route 50, 197, 214, 450 and 564. That means traveling to neighboring cities like Washington D.C and Annapolis is a breeze. So, whether you’re an avid day-tripper or a daily commuter, living in Bowie is sure to make your life easier.
Bowie is the largest city in Prince George’s County here in Maryland, and there’s more to do than we can list here. You’ll just have to come see for yourself how wonderful it is to call this place home!
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