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MD Side Trips

Chesapeake City, MD
Things to see and do, shopping, dining, special happenings, and information.

North East, MD
This small town overflows with antiques shops, gift shops and restaurants, all located in a pleasant, strollable business district.

Havre de Grace, MD
The broad avenues and quiet streets of this port city exude old-fashioned charm.

Baltimore Inner Harbor
Baltimore's effervescence is captured in the bustling waterfront area known as Inner Harbor.

Rock Hall, MD : Shore Things
Once a fishing village whose harbor was thick with working skipjacks, Rock Hall has undergone a dramatic transformation.

Annapolis & Eastport, MD
Yachts, sail and power, set the decidedly nautical tone of Maryland's capital.

Thomas Point Lighthouse
The last of the screwpile lighthouses is now open for tours.

Solomons, MD
Formerly an island attached to the mainland in 1870 via a bridge built atop oyster shells, Solomons and its residents have long been linked to the Chesapeake.

John Smith Trail
Four hundred years ago Englishman John Smith and a small crew of adventurers set out in an open boat to explore the Chesapeake Bay. Between 1607 and 1609 Smith mapped and documented nearly 3,000 miles of the Bay and its rivers. Along the way they visited many thriving Native American communities and gathered information about this "fruitful and delightsome land." In December 2006 the U.S. Congress designated the routes of Smith's explorations of the Chesapeake as a national historic trail--the first national water trail. Click here for more.