Some popular destinations in Maryland include...
Baltimore has something for everyone--from art museums and galleries to Major
League sports teams and state-of-the-art stadiums. Nicknamed "Charm City,"
Baltimore is the 12th largest city in the U.S.
Baltimore is an exciting city with charming neighborhoods, ethnic and cultural
diversity, Chesapeake Bay cuisine and a wealth of history.
Ocean City is Maryland's premiere beach resort
and a popular vacation destination. You'll find great championship golf courses,
boating, bay and deep sea fishing, nature tours and preserves, water sports,
amusements for all ages, antique and outlet shopping, three miles of world-famous
Boardwalk, and 10 miles of the best white sand beaches on the East Coast.
Annapolis, the capital of Maryland, is known as the "sailboat capital
of the world". Annapolis is the home of the
United States Naval Academy, and Saint John's College and is located at the
mouth of the Severn River on the Chesapeake Bay. Enjoy the many shops, restaurants,
activities and scenery Annapolis has to offer.
Assateague Island National Seashore consists of beach, dunes, forest, marsh,
and bay in a wet and wild setting. It is surrounded by the pounding surf of
the Atlantic Ocean and shallow expanses of Chincoteague Bay. A windswept barrier
island that offers many opportunities for seashore recreation and nature. The
famous wild horses roam throughout and share beach to bay habitats with a host
of other mammals and nearly 300 species of birds.
Cambridge, Maryland, was settled in 1684 and is one of the oldest towns in Maryland.
Town attractions include the Brannock Maritime Museum, Richardson Maritime Museum,
and Merideth House, the Skipjack Nathan, Sailwinds Park, and the Choptank River
Fishing Pier. Nearby attractions include the Dorchester Heritage Museum, Annie
Oakley House, and the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.
Tilghman Island is located 11
miles west of St. Michaels on Maryland's
Eastern Shore. It is on the Chesapeake
Bay and Choptank River. The island encompasses approximately 1,300 acres and
is three miles long. The island boasts several marinas, has excellent sport
fishing and boating opportunities.