WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama plans to make his first trip to the presidential retreat at Camp David this weekend.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says Obama and his family will spend Saturday night in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains. It will be Obama's first trip to the country estate as president.
Gibbs says the Obamas will leave Saturday and return on Sunday. Gibbs joked that the president was "a bit of a restless soul" who likes walking.
Temperatures in the Washington area this weekend are expected to be in the mid-50s.
President George W. Bush spent many weekends at Camp David with aides and advisers. He spent his final weekend as president there.