Maryland is a state that has virtually every scenic landscape you could imagine, from rolling hills, to valleys and prairies, mountains, and even ocean front property. Plan to visit one of these hotspots to take in some of the best that Maryland has to offer.
Ocean City is a must-see. Over ten miles of white sandy beach, three miles of which include a boardwalk with various eats along the way. The Princess Royal ports here, and on the beach beside it you can take in free movies on Monday and Friday nights all summer long.
Located a little bit outside of Ocean City is the more affordable town of Ocean Pines. You’ll find all the same amenities in Ocean Pines, such as beach accesses, but because you have to drive just a little farther out, the prices make this a very budget-friendly spot to make your reservations.
According to USA Today, St. Michael’s, Maryland is the most romantic town in the United States. This coastal town beckons lovebirds with its amenity-rich bed-and-breakfast accommodations. The Chesapeake Maritimes Museum offers a wonderful tour for during the day, and for dinner Pascal’s Harbor Lights restaurant will entice you as you dine under the stars on their deck overlooking the water.
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is certainly a spot to add to your itinerary if your stay will be in the Cambridge area. The refuge is located on roughly 30,000 acres of wetland and is an important stop on the journey of migratory birds every year. In fact, every November you can witness nearly 60,000 ducks and geese making their layover in Blackwater.
A Maryland vacation spot at the top of most vacationers’ lists is Baltimore. Not only can you tour the grounds of Baltimore’s most famous resident, Babe Ruth, but there is also a Babe Ruth museum just a short walk from Camden Yards. If you enjoy sports, you can catch an Orioles game in the springtime, or a Ravens game in the fall.
Whether you’re planning week-long getaway, or just a weekend away from everyday life, you’ll find fun times in Maryland.