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Amateur Jousting Club of Maryland
Glen Arm
In the past 40 years of its existence, The Amateur Jousting Club has presented well over 650 Jousting Tournaments and Exhibitions throughout the State of Maryland. Over 600 members have joined our organization.
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Blue Ridge Riding Club
Blue Ridge Riding Club
Boonsboro
Blue Ridge Riding Club was founded to provide the local horse community a venue for family-friendly horse events in a fun and safe atmosphere.
Calvert Cliffs State Park
Lusby
Calvert Cliffs State Park is a day-use park featuring a sandy beach, unique fossils, recycled tire playground, fishing, a freshwater and tidal marshland and 13 miles of hiking trails located in Calvert County.
Carroll County Western Circuit
Mt. Airy
Carroll County Western Circuit (CCWC) is a local organization based in Maryland. Our purpose is to serve both youths and adults while promoting several breeds of horses.
CARROLLTON HOUNDS, INC
CARROLLTON HOUNDS, INC
Westminster
The Carrollton Hounds is proud to offer fox chasing to people living in Maryland and Pennsylvania and boasts of beautiful farmland generously donated by local farmers and people living in northern Baltimore and Carroll counties.
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Cedarville State Forest
Brandywine
The Piscataway Indian Tribe made this section of Cedarville State Forest pondSouthern Maryland its winter camping ground because of the mild climate and abundance of game.
Central Maryland Saddle Club
Frederick
Founded in 1967 by a small group of friends interested in trail riding and keeping things simple – 48 years.
Fair Hill NRMA
Fair Hill NRMA
Elkton
Fair Hill is a 5,656 acre Natural Resources Management Area, where multiple management practices are employed for the maximum use and protection of Maryland’s natural resources.
Gambrill State Park
Gambrill State Park
Frederick
Gambrill State Park is a beautiful mountain park, located on the ridge of the Catoctin Mountains in Frederick County.
Greenwell State Park
Greenwell State Park
In 1971, John Phillip Greenwell, Jr. and his sister, Mary Wallace Greenwell, donated their 166.6 acre farm to the State of Maryland for use as a public park for everyone.