Calvert Cliffs State Park is the first place that I visited when I moved to Calvert County and one we always return to with visiting family and friends. I go here for hikes more than the beach. Though the sandy stretch is picturesque and the water shallow enough for swimming, the portion below the cliffs
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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Flag Ponds Nature Park is the largest beach that I’ve found in Calvert County and my favorite one. It changes with the tides, storms and seasons so it’s never quite the same twice and never boring. I’m a bit of an obsessive beachcomber, so Flag Ponds Nature Park is perfect for me. While my friends
Looking out towards Back Creek at the end of Solomons, the Calvert Marine Museum is yet another one of Calvert County’s hidden treasures. I didn’t realize how amazing it would be when we stopped in that first time, but this little museum genuinely has something for every age tucked away inside and my girls, then
You know how it feels when you’ve lived somewhere for a while, visit a nearby place for the very first time, realize how awesome it is, and then get angry at yourself for not having discovered it sooner? That’s Bayfront Park MD (AKA Brownies Beach MD) for me. If you haven’t been there yet, you