June 23-24, 2018
Bel Air, Maryland
June 22-24, 2018
APG Federal Credit Union Arena
401 Thomas Run Road
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
About The Area
For background on Harford County…. www.visitharford.com
Where to Stay
There are multiple hotels available in the following areas:
- Aberdeen and Belcamp – The closest areas
- Edgewood/Abingdon and Havre de Grace – Next closest areas
There are multiple Bed & Breakfasts in the area as well. There are places to camp and RV parks as well!
Things to see
-Ripken Stadium, home to the Aberdeen Ironbirds is right in Aberdeen, you can see it from I-95.
-Havre De Grace – Right up Route 1-95, was one vote away from being named the capital of the United States. It’s a quaint old town with a city harbor at the center.
-If you need a Mall, Harford Mall is your closest bet, but there’s not allot to see there.
-Chap’s Pit Beef in Aberdeen – If you like grilled meats in a sandwich, this is your place. Featured by Guy Fieri on Diners, Drives ins and Dives.
-JD’s Smokehouse on Route 22 – Great bar and smoked meats!
-Broom’s Bloom – Local dairy with incredible local made ice cream. It’s really good!
-If you’re looking for Indian and Vegetarian venues, check out Sizzling Bombay or India Garden, both in Bel Air.
-There are also multiple restaurants up and down Main Street in downtown Bel Air.
-This is just a sample of the many places available to eat and drink in town…
Della Rosas Local Tavern, Riverside Pub and Grille, Looney’s, JD’s Smokehouse, Route 24 Ale House, Bush Mill Tavern, Black Eyed Suzie’s, Sean Bolan’s, 510 Johnny’s, MaGerk’s Pub & Grill, Silver Spring Mining Company, Main Street Tower, The Green Turtle Sports Bar & Grille