Prince George’s County is in the heart of the exciting Washington DC metro area just minutes from Downtown. While COVID-19 has dampened many plans over the past several months, PG County still has some fun Fall activities and things to do. Take a look at attractions and events you can still take advantage of, despite COVID-19.
Attractions in Prince George’s County
HALLOWFEST at Six Flags America
Take the whole family to Six Flags now through November 1st for HALLOWFEST! Offering fun by day with all of your favorite rides and premium nighttime attractions, including Reaper Railway, Six Flags is great for individuals and families alike. Six Flags has stepped up with added sanitation and social distancing to keep visitors safe. Due to COVID-19, all guests must purchase advance tickets to reserve your spot!
Patuxent Research Refuge
Take in the Fall foliage and nature at one of Prince George’s County’s many natural parks. Park visitors are asked to maintain social distancing, and many events are still canceled due to COVID, but no one can cancel nature. Whether you hike, bike, bird-watch, or enjoy some photography, head out and enjoy the Fall activities before cold weather hits.
MGM National Harbor Resort Casino
Fun, relaxation, and entertainment have resumed at MGM National Harbor. A variety of restaurants and luxurious accommodations are available, or try your luck at the casino! All casinos require guests to answer a series of screening questions and be temperature checked before entering the casino. To assist in social distancing efforts, select slot machines have been disabled, and seating restrictions have been added to table games. MGM National Harbor is a great place to get out on the town, but safely.
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
When the stress and cabin fever that COVID-19 has induced reach a breaking point, escape to the Gaylord National Resort. This spectacular resort situated on the banks of the Potomac River offers a 19-story atrium and luxurious accommodations. Sit back and relax in one of 7 gourmet restaurants onsite. Feeling adventurous? Check out the Capital Wheel, where you can soar 180 feet up in a climate-controlled capsule to enjoy waterfront views of National Harbor, the Washington Monument, Masonic Temple of Alexandria, and more! The Gaylord has reopened with extensive cleaning protocols, flexible cancellation, mask requirements, and social distancing measures to keep guests and visitors safe.
Virtual Tours of Your Favorite Museums
The Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History, US Botanical Garden, and National Aquarium, among others, are offering virtual tour events. So, sit back and enjoy some of the area’s best museum exhibits from the comfort of your own home. Virtual visitors can also take advantage of the ability to see exhibits no longer on display! For current listings of what is open, reopening, and closed, check out the Washington DC visitors’ site for more information.
Whether it is a relaxing trip to a luxury resort or a thrilling Halloween visit to Six Flags, PG County is slowly welcoming visitors back amidst COVID-19. Be sure to follow all safety protocols in place and plan your visit, as many Fall activities require pre-registration. Are you new to the Washington DC area? Bay Property Management Group offers a wide selection of the latest property listings and full-service property management in Prince George’s County and throughout Maryland, DC, and Pennsylvania for real estate investors. Visit us online or call today!