Did you know? With origins that can be traced back to colonial America, Rockville is one of Maryland's oldest towns. During the Revolutionary War, Rockville was known for Hungerford's Tavern, which still stands today as the city's most popular landmark.
Rockville boasts the rich, historical charm that the state has come to be known for while also providing a safe, vibrant and modern community. Rockville is the third-largest incorporated city in Montgomery County. It has developed from a leisurely agricultural town to a flourishing cosmopolitan city with a wide variety of unique neighborhoods.
Best Nature: Rockville Creek National Park Rock Creek National Park offers zip lining, hiking trails and a rejuvenating reprieve from the hustle and bustle of city life. Wildlife-watching, playgrounds and boat rentals offer fun for the whole family.
Best Date Spot: Sushi Damo Sushi Damo is located in Rockville Town Center and is a hip and chic Japanese dining experience perfect for a night out. Speciality rolls, sashimi and traditional sushi are served in a modern, Zen-inspired restaurant.
Best Shopping: Rockville Town Center Rockville Town Center is a hub of shopping, dining and recreation. Rockville Memorial Library, cleaners and salons are also placed among the wide range of clothing stores.
Best Fitness Spot: Earth Treks Montgomery County's largest rock climbing facility, Earth Treks, offers an indoor oasis for climbers of all levels, from children to adults. There is also a strength and cardio training area that you can use to prep for a climb and stay in shape.