As fall starts to take hold in Calvert County and the leaves turn a variety of colors, I decided that this is a good time to make my way back to American Chestnut Land Trust. The north side trailhead is just a short drive from my house. I’ve been there before with my dogs, but
If you’re not sure what to do, look no further. Calvert County offers fun recreational activities all year both indoor and out.
Take advantage of the boating and fishing opportunities along the Chesapeake Bay and Patuxent River. Hike one of the many trails that run through our parks and the 3,000 acre American Chestnut Land Trust. Explore a real archaeological dig. The possibilities are endless.
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At the end of Drum Point in Solomons, several pilings remain, sticking up out of the water just feet from the shore. This is where the Drum Point lighthouse stood for 92 years. Moved to the inlet at the Calvert Marine Museum in 1975, it’s been restored to it’s former glory, in part, by the
I wrote recently about the dog park at Dunkirk District Park, which is a place my two dogs really love. However, I thought it was time to revisit the one on Grays Road in Prince Frederick. The first time I was there, it was a frigid February day. I don’t have good memories of it,
I first experienced Solomons with a quiet walk along the waterfront passing by the J.C. Lore and Sons building unaware of its significance. I enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere with water flanking both sides, the sea breeze, and the small businesses and eateries along the edge. It never occurred to me that Solomons had been anything
The weather has been so beautiful lately that I’ve wanted to be outside, so I took my girls to the Calvert Play Park in Prince Frederick. Did you even know that we had a mini-golf course in Calvert County? Its completely hidden from view from Route 4, but its only a block down Sherry Lane.