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1.         Ocean City

“It features miles of beach and a wooden boardwalk lined with restaurants, shops and hotels. At the boardwalk's southern end, Trimper’s Rides has hosted theme-park attractions for decades. The surrounding waters are active with kayaks and tour boats, some of which journey to popular Assateague Island nearby.”

 

2.         Assateague Island National Seashore

“It is known for its Atlantic beaches and for trails that wind through marshland, dunes and pine forest. In the south, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge is home to wild Chincoteague ponies, bald eagles and migratory seabirds. Near Toms Cove is the working, 19th-century Assateague Lighthouse.”

 

3.         Sandy Point State Park – Annapolis

“The park’s beaches and picnic areas are well known for their breathtaking scenic water views that overlook one of Maryland’s true treasures, the Chesapeake Bay.

 

4.         Chesapeake Beach

“Enjoy a water park and scenic boardwalk on the Bay; Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum, restaurants, marinas, antiques, B&Bs, bay front park, charter fishing and boat ramps.”

 

5.         Gunpowder Falls State Park - Hammerman Beach, Baltimore County

“Features a swimming beach, food concessions, four picnic pavilions, picnicking, playgrounds, canoe/kayak and sailboat rentals, fishing, short hiking trails and two short water trails.”

 

6.         Rocky Point Park and Beach

“On 375 acres on the Back & Middle Rivers, this park offers swimming, boating, fishing & picnicking.”

 

7.         Deep Creek Lake

“With 69 miles of shoreline, Deep Creek is the state’s largest man-made lake, with a swimming beach and boat rentals plus a host of events and nearby restaurants.”

 

 

8.         Calvert Cliffs State Park

“This is a grand, natural bay beach for swimming, hiking and just being in the great outdoors. The big draw, though, is fossil collecting along the sandy quarter-mile stretch of beach. More than 600 species of fossils including massive megalodon shark teeth dating back 10 to 20 million years have been found along the shore, so it’s the perfect place to take shark-obsessed youngsters and budding fossil-hunters.

 

9.         Breezy Point Beach

“A half-mile of sandy beach, a netted swimming area, and a 200-foot pier for crabbing and fishing make Breezy Point an ideal getaway spot in Calvert County.”

 

10.   Matapeake Beach

“Just across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on the Eastern Shore, Matapeake provides beautiful views, trails and a public beach (including a separate dog beach).”

 

Enthusiastically, 

Robert Garcia, Realtor® 

Direct: 301-349-7863 

Cell: 240-286-5526 

Office: 301-424-0900 

E-mail:Robert@EricStewartGroup.com

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Eric Stewart Group of Long and Foster Realtors

Long and Foster Real Estate 

795 Rockville Pike | Rockville | MD | 20852