Now that the Maryland weather has (seemingly and thankfully) decided to stay on the warm side after a tumultuous beginning to the season, we think it’s pretty safe to say that spring has officially sprung! And here at The Villages at Two Rivers, we couldn’t be happier! Though our active adult community is a great place to be year-round, there’s something special about the trees starting to bloom and the 70 degree sunny weather, after a long and chilly winter.
For our active adult residents, spring is a perfect time to be – well, active! Here are just a few of the ways our 55+ residents make the most of spring at The Villages at Two Rivers:
All things Annapolis.
If you ask us, beautiful downtown Annapolis was made for sunny spring days! Take a stroll along the waterfront, grab a bite to eat at one of the many dining options, or take a stroll up and down Main Street for some great shopping. With the warmer weather also comes a plethora of events and festivals to take advantage of – you can check out a calendar here. Luckily for our active adult residents, downtown Annapolis is located just a quick drive from our community, so you can easily access all the warm weather activities whenever you’d like!
Enjoy our beautiful park.
Our community includes a 160-acre environmental park, which is a favorite of many residents. Stroll through the beautiful grounds and enjoy the ponds and wetlands to take in the natural beauty of our community on a sunny spring day!
Take a beach day trip.
Because of our community’s ideal central location in Maryland, we’re located only a few hours from the beautiful beaches of Maryland and Delaware. Beat the summer rush and take a day trip to any one of these beaches this spring, and enjoy the sun, sand and sun in no time!
Go a for a (bike) ride.
If you’ve never gone biking before, this spring might just be the perfect time to pick up a new hobby! With our miles of biking, hiking and walking trails, The Villages at Two Rivers offers beautiful scenery for residents to take in while biking through our community.