Jessup (/ˈdʒɛsəp/ JESS-əp) is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Howard County, Maryland and Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States. The population was 7,137 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Jessup
4 based on 454 reviews
we have been here before on vacation. so we decided to go again since it has been about 4 years. this place has gone downhill. the food was cold they only thing that came out hot was the potato. the show was boring. I have...MoreHello, We are sorry to hear that your last visit did not give you the WOW experience we strive for. Please feel free to contact us to discuss further via email ([email protected]) or by phone (443) 755-0011.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Clip in and take off on a unique outdoor adventure. Soar through the air and defy gravity! Launch your adventure by scaling one of the 12 routes of our Terrapin Tower. Conquer all 25 of our Terrapin High and Low Challenge Course Elements. Experience 2 G's of force on our Giant Swing. Enjoy the thrill of gliding through the forest canopy on our Zip Line. We call it no sweat adrenaline! You will call it A Blast!Join us for:Team Building, Parties for adults or kids, a fun day with family or friends, kayak tours, kayak rentals, mountain biking, bike tours, bike rentals, river tubing and more...Challenging outdoor activities for anyone 8-80. Come with your friends or family, singles groups, classmates, scouts, religious organizations or co-workers. Celebrate a great event or a beautiful day.
This place was a lot of fun. I only did the events that I wanted to do. I enjoyed the staff members that took great care to ensure your safety. I don't have to do this again but its also fun to watch. The swing...MoreThanks for sharing. We are glad you enjoyed the challenges. Keep in mind our other things to do like bike, kayak, caving, and geocaching tours.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We are a cool indoor, glow-in-the-dark entertainment facility with 18 holes of mini golf, a DJ that plays music with contests and prizes, a cool glow video arcade, and two private party rooms for birthdays, school trips, or corporate events. Fun for all ages!
Always a good time. Occasionally there are long wait times or it will get really hot in there. Otherwise we enjoy our experience here.
They also have party rooms for kids birthdays which could be good if you have young children and you're looking for a venue.
5 based on 10 reviews
Enter our peaceful microclimate on a beach-like bed of warm, mineral-rich Dead Sea Salt and settle into a comfortable zero-gravity recliner. Low lights softly reflect on glittering walls of pure salt, and healing alpha wave music calms your busy mind and body. As you breathe the clean salty air, sinuses and airways open up and stress slips away as relief and relaxation take over. So rejuvenating!
Our 2nd visit today and just so amazing relaxing and refreshing. Nice that it is run by health care professionals vs someone who thinks this looks cool, I will open one. The owners know the science behind the process and how best to serve you. I have chronic illness and pain and it helps with both. My husband just has seasonal allergies, it help his allergies and makes him relax in this fast paced life in the DC area.
The owners are the staff and they are so kind, patient and knowledgeable :)
Make sure you follow their directions as google maps and GPS will get you lost. Once you go the first time and find it, you will be so happy with the location and how quickly you can get on and off Rt 100.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
It's a nice place to walk your dog, dine ne and just plain relax. There's a Sheraton hotel within the perimeter too.
Unfortunately Howard Hughes corporation wants to destroy the ambience by building 15+ story buildings in a small area knowing there won't be enoug parking spaces and destroying the area.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
This is a great little park with the lake that has a walking trail all the way around. There are picnic shelters, volleyball courts, a Children’s play area and many other things to keep you busy.Be warned that on a nice sunny spring or summer day at the weekend, it can be tough to find parking. The walking trail around round Lake is 2.4 miles and if you add in some of the other additional trails, you can get close to 3 miles. In summertime, you can rent boats and kayaks.
4 based on 411 reviews
Arundel Mills is the largest outlet shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Maryland. With more than 200 stores including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue Off Fifth, Pink, Lego and The Disney Store, Arundel Mills has everything you need.
We came from Minnesota to play at Maryland Live casino. We were pleasantly surprised at the Arundel Mills mall that is adjacent to the casino. My wife enjoyed shopping at the Coach and Michael Kors stores. We bought our daughter a gift at the Lego shop. And, we enjoyed eating at Zinburger. A lot of malls seem to be dying these days, but this one is full and vibrant. If you're looking for something a little slower pace I suggest Marley Station Mall in Glen Burie.
4 based on 56 reviews
Went to the mill for the first time in a couple years and was disappointed. If it wasn't for the Ram's Head restaurant, French bakery, and antique center on the lower level, it seems the mill would close. In the old weave building, the only remaining store that's been in the mill since the late 80s is the Hands of Time clock repair shop. All the other stores seem to rotate in and out. Now, there are a couple crafts stores, a game store, and a used clothing shop; none of which would be worth a special visit. Worse, half the storefronts were vacant. I like the mill building, the nearby Bollman Truss railway bridge and the river, but there's no reason to go out of one's way to visit.
4 based on 54 reviews
Now Open!! Experience a thrill like no other! Speed-lovers, be prepared for the newest attraction taking over the Baltimore / Washington DC area; European style indoor go-karting! Our almost 70,000 square feet state-of-the-art facility in Howard County, MD is completely indoors for perfect racing conditions every day. There are two Grand Prix style tracks for two completely different racing
My girlfriend's niece' husband asked me yesterday if I had visited the "Autobahn Indoor Speedway" in Jessup, MD. I told him that I had heard of it, but that I had never visited it. He did a Google search and he determined that it was only 10 minutes from my girlfriend's home. We could not convince our companions to visit on 9 July 2017;however, I told him that I would visit it.
I did visit it on 10 July 2017 and it was worth it. I had driven stock cars at the Bill Scott Racing racetrack in 1992, and so I wanted to test out my racing skills. "What a ride!" I had to register first and take a photo before I received my "speedway license." The staff was extremely courteous and professional.
Next, I had to watch a safety video that instructed me on how to drive safely at the speedway. Another staff member provided me with a headsock and he sized me for a helmet. The facility has free personal lockers where you can store your personal belongings.
The speedway has two racetracks: The Le Mans and the Monaco. I chose to drive the LeMans racetrack. I was the only driver and so I had full use of the track. The "Marshall" led me on to the track. He was responsible for overseeing my driving and speed by using four flags: Black (warning), Yellow (brake), Green (increase speed), and Checked (end of race).
It took me awhile to get comfortable, but I gradually increased the speed and pushed the go-kart's limits. I only received one yellow flag and it was worth it. What a ride! I truly enjoyed my visit to the "Autobahn" and I have placed it on my list of places to visit for fun. You should make a special visit to the "Autobahn" if you find yourself in the vicinity of Jessup, MD. You won't regret it!
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Nice lake. Nice path. Lots of joggers and grass. Good parking, trees. All the usual thing for a suburban park
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