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Potomac, Maryland Is The Perfect Place To Build An Education And A Career

When people hear about Potomac, they often associate the river to The First President of the United States, George Washington. Yet the city of Potomac located in Montgomery County, Maryland has obtained memorable recognition in its own right for being the most educated and affluent community in the nation. The community calls to everyone, from career-minded individuals to families, to seek all the great opportunities that are within its borders.

Potomac has some of the best schools in the country as families travel here so their kids obtain a quality education for a rewarding future career. Working professionals live in Potomac as they make the 28-minute commute to Washington D.C. One of the incredible aspects about Potomac is that it has one of the largest populations of residents that make a median household income of more than $240,000. Such affluent communities and educational opportunities has made Potomac the perfect place to live.

Attractions and Activities

Since the city of Potomac was named after the Potomac River, most of the tourists and residents enjoy the aquatic attractions and activities located by the riverside. People visit the Great Falls Park for stunning views of the rushing white water. They walk along the trails, fish, kayak and canoe in this area. Kids will enjoy the Great Falls Canal Boat Ride as they watch mules pull the boat along the river while getting a history lesson.

You may also wish to visit the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park that is a hiking and biking trail that stretches all the way to Washington D.C. For other everyday activities, people enjoy hiking along Billy Goat Trail or playing golf at the Falls Road Golf Course. For cultural attractions, the Glenstone Museum shows contemporary art and architecture.

Dining

Located so close to the waters, people can expect a number of seafood restaurants in Potomac. Yet there are also a wide variety of other dining opportunities including wine bars, American meals and Italian cuisine. The Grilled Oyster Company allows you to fill up on the best fresh seafood in Potomac, while Gregorio’s Trattoria satisfies your palate with Italian comfort foods.

Potomac has some of the best opportunities for people to enhance their lifestyles whether they are seeking to advance in their careers, raise a family or enjoy the golden years of retirement. Come to Potomac and see what the city can do for you as you will love every minute of your life.

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