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MARYLAND TRAVEL GUIDE


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Author/Contributor: Greg Parsons

OVERVIEW



Maryland offers a little bit of everything to the traveler. You'll find mountains, beaches, farms, amusement parks, and historic. Most visitors flock to four places in the state: Annapolis, Assateague Island, Baltimore, and Ocean City. Annapolis is known for its historic district and sailing, Assateague Island is renown for its beaches and wild horses, Baltimore is famous for its many excellent museums, and Ocean City is one of the top beach towns in the Mid-Atlantic region.

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS IN MARYLAND



Are you short on time or struggling to choose something to do or see in Maryland? Here are my selections for the top 10 attractions or experiences in Maryland, in no particular order:

Cycle some or all of the 150-mile long Great Allegheny Passage Trail (GAP) trail, one of the very best long-distance rail trails in the U.S.
Enjoy some seaside amusement parks and other attractions at Ocean City, Maryland's most famous beach town
See wild ponies and beautiful beaches at Assateague Island National Seashore
Appreciate the arts at the excellent Walters Art Museum in Baltimore
Cycle some or all of the 184-mile Chesapeake & Ohio Towpath
Visit Antietam National Battlefield, the famous Civil War site that marks the bloodiest day in U.S. history
Take the kids to the top-rated Baltimore Aquarium
Walk around Annapolis while enjoying its Colonial architecture, shops, and fine restaurants
Catch a Baltimore Orioles ballgame at Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Stroll the shops of the attractive historic downtown area of Frederick

If I could select only one place to visit in Maryland, I would probably choose Baltimore. However, I haven't spent enough time in Annapolis yet and it's possible I would rank that higher.

For a list of 10 great attractions in each U.S. state, click here.

5-STAR ATTRACTIONS IN MARYLAND



Here is my opinionated list of 5-star attractions in Maryland. I believe each of these attractions should be on your Maryland bucket list since they are all noteworthy from a national perspective:

Western Maryland (including Frederick and Frostburg)
Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg - visit the famous Civil War site that represents the bloodiest day in U.S. history
Catoctin Mountain Park, Thurmont - scenic views, camping, cabin rentals, and 25 miles of hiking trails
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park - green space famous for its extended bike path/rail trail (the "C&O Towpath")
Crystal Grottoes Caverns, Boonsboro - underground guided tours in the only show cave in Maryland
Historic District, Frederick - attractive tourist area with more than 200 shops, art galleries, and restaurants
Great Allegheny Passage Trail ("GAP") - this 150-mile long rail trail travels from MD to PA and is one the finest rail trails in the U.S.
Magnolia Meadow Farms, Thurmont - farm with many family-friendly activities (e.g. mini zip-lines, corn maze, mountain slides, pedal karts)
National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick - learn about Civil War-era medicine & health conditions
Swallow Falls State Park, Oakland - some of the best natural scenery in the state; hike to see at least four natural waterfalls
Tracks and Yaks, Frostburg - one of several areas in the U.S. with "rail-biking" (riding a pedal-powered machines along a railroad track)
Tree Trekkers, Frederick - excellent aerial adventure park with zip-lining
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, Cumberland - enjoy a nice railroad journey through great Maryland scenery
Whitewater rafting the Upper Youghiogheny River - one of several rivers in Maryland that offer whitewater rafting

Baltimore (see below for the rest of central Maryland)
American Visionary Art Museum - a "creative urban wonderland" of an art museum with a focus on "untrained or amateur artists"
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum (B&O Railroad Museum) - an excellent, Smithsonian-affiliated railroad museum
Baltimore Basilica - America's first cathedral
Baltimore Museum of Art - Maryland's largest art museum
Boat tours from Baltimore - e.g. sailing tours, pirate-themed cruises, harbor cruises, etc.
Hippodrome Theatre - historic movie palace
Federal Hill Park - offers scenic views of Baltimore's Inner Harbor from an 1800s-era lookout
Fells Point - tourist area with cobblestone streets and tons of shops, restaurants, and bars/nightlife
Fort McHenry National Monument - tour an excellent historic fort best known for its role in the War of 1812
Historic Ships in Baltimore - tour several historic military ships
Horseshoe Baltimore - the second largest casino in Maryland and arguably its best
Inner Harbor - bustling tourist waterfront area that is home to several of Baltimore's famous museums (e.g. aquarium, science center, etc.)
Maryland Science Center - excellent science museum that mainly focuses on young children
M&T Bank Stadium - home of the Baltimore Ravens NFL football team
National Aquarium - often lauded as the best aquarium in the U.S.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards - famous MLB ballpark that is the home of the Baltimore Orioles
PaperMoon Diner - a famous eclectic dinner offering many photo-ops
Peabody Library - this library has one of the most beautiful interiors of any library in the U.S.
Top of the World Observation Level - score scenic views of Baltimore from 27th-floor observation deck
Walters Art Museum - excellent art museum

Central Maryland (including Annapolis and the Washington D.C. suburbs; see above for Baltimore)
Adventure Park at Sandy Spring, Ashton-Sandy Spring - excellent aerial adventure park and zip-lining tours
Autobahn Indoor Speedway, Jessup - excellent indoor electric go-kart racing venue
Awakening Sculpture, Oxon Hill - a large sculpture of a giant trying to rise up from the ground; a popular tourist/roadside attraction
Boat tours from Annapolis - e.g. sailing tours, fishing charters, etc.
Calvert Cliffs State Park, Lusby - scenic park on Chesapeake Bay with large cliffs, a sandy beach, and good fossil hunting
Calvert Marine Museum and Drum Point Lighthouse, Solomons - visit a screwpile, cottage-type lighthouse
Historic District, Annapolis - lively area with Colonial-era buildings; a very walkable area with many shops and restaurants
Great Falls Of The Potomac, Potomac - see a powerful waterfall on the border of Maryland and Virginia
Rocks State Park, Jarrettsville - rocky forest with hiking trails, scenic views, and one of Maryland's best waterfalls (Kilgore Falls)
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis - take a guided walking tour of this elite military academy
Vanadu Art House, Hyattsville - a roadside attraction of a house and several vehicles covered with eclectic steampunk materials
Whitewater rafting the Potomac River-Mather Gorge - one of several rivers in Maryland that offer whitewater rafting

Northeastern Maryland
Autobahn Indoor Speedway, Essex - an excellent indoor electric go-kart racing venue
Elk Neck State Park, North East - a large state park with forests, cliffs, shorelines, marshlands, a lighthouse, and several hiking trails
Ladew Topiary Gardens, Monkton - see more than 100 topiary sculptures (ornamental shrubs or tree shapes)
Milburn Orchards, Elkton - a popular pick-your-own farm with other agricultural attractions
Rocks State Park, Jarrettsville - a rocky forest with hiking trails, scenic views, and one of Maryland's best waterfalls (Kilgore Falls)
Susquehanna State Park, Havre De Grace - a nature park with hiking and mountain biking trails, a working gristmill, and other historical sites
Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail - an excellent 20-mile unpaved rail trail that travels from Cockeyswille, MD to New Freedom, PA (and then the trail continues on as the Heritage Rail Trail in PA)

Southeastern Maryland (including Assateague Island and Ocean City)
Amusement parks of Ocean City - the lively Ocean City has several fun centers/amusement parks (e.g. Jolly Roger, Trimper Rides)
Assateague Island National Seashore - barrier island w/wild ponies and beaches; two-thirds of this park is in MD and the rest is in VA
Assateague State Park, Berline - oceanfront park on Assateague Island that provides two miles of ocean beaches and wild horses
Boat tours from Ocean City - e.g. tiki cruises, sailing tours, water-sports, fishing charters, scenic cruises, etc.
Boat tours from Rock Hall - e.g. sailing tours, sightseeing tours, etc.
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels - arguably the top maritime museum in the Mid-Atlantic
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park, Church Creek - exhibits, library, and more focusing on Harriet Tubman's legacy
Northside Park, Ocean City - public park on Assawoman Bay with walking trails, wooden pier, playground, and more
Ocean City beaches - Ocean City has 10 miles of beaches
Ocean City Boardwalk, Ocean City - this three-mile long beach boardwalk is one of the premier beach boardwalks in the Mid-Atlantic
Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Ocean City - one of several locations in the U.S. that has this quirky museum filled with oddities and rare items
Splash Mountain Water Park, Ocean City - popular water park with many rides and pools

Are you aware of any other 5-star attractions in Maryland? If so, please email me at gparsons66@hotmail.com.

For a list of 5-star attractions in neighboring states, click on any of these links:  DE  |  PA  |  VA  |  WV

BEST TOWNS & CITIES TO VISIT IN MARYLAND



These towns and cities in Maryland are generally regarded as the most interesting to travelers:

Annapolis - a small city on Chesapeake Bay that is famous for its Colonial architecture, cobblestone streets, and a vibrant waterfront with many shops & restaurants
Baltimore - a major city that can be a bit rough around the edges, but is fully loaded with many tourist attractions and excellent museums
Frederick - a medium-sized city in western MD that is famous for its historic district; downtown has many boutique shops and art galleries
Havre de Grace - a small town at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay with a historic downtown district and an attractive lighthouse
Ocean City - a seaside town with ten miles of beaches and a three-mile beach boardwalk; the city includes many family-fun attractions (including amusement parks and water parks) and also excellent seafood restaurants; great fishing opportunities too (e.g. marlin)
St. Michaels - a picturesque harbor town full of maritime history; the historic downtown area is walkable with several boutique shops

I haven't visited Berlin or Bethesda yet, but they may be worthy of inclusion in the list above.

My favorite city in Maryland is Baltimore - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 2-3 nights here

Click here if you'd like to see a complete list of towns and cities that I find interesting across the entire U.S.

WHAT IS MARYLAND FAMOUS FOR?



Here are some things that Maryland is famous or well-known for:

birthplace of the National Anthem
blue crabs
Civil War sites and history
horse farms
salt marshes
sailing / boat tours

Click here if you'd like to explore what other U.S. states are famous for.

NATIONAL PARKS IN MARYLAND



There are currently no national parks, national recreation areas, or national forests in Maryland. However, there are many other federally-managed parks and properties in the state, including:

National Monuments
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine

National Historical Parks / Other National Parks & Properties
Antietam National Battlefield
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
Assateague Island National Seashore
Baltimore-Washington Parkway
Capital John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail
Catoctin Mountain Park
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park
Chesapeake Bay
Civil War Defenses of Washington
Clara Barton National Historic Site
Fort Foote Park
Fort Washington Park
George Washington Memorial Parkway
Glen Echo Park
Greenbelt Park
Hampton National Historic Site
Harmony Hall
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historic Park
Monocacy National Battlefield
Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm
Piscataway Park
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
Thomas Stone National Historic Site
Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail

For more information on Maryland's national parks, visit the Maryland page of the National Park Service. For an overview of all U.S. national parks, click here.

STATE PARKS IN MARYLAND



Maryland has more than 50 state parks. Many would agree that these represent Maryland's finest state parks:

Assateague State Park, Berline - oceanfront park on Assateague Island that provides two miles of ocean beaches and wild horses
Calvert Cliffs State Park, Lusby - scenic park on Chesapeake Bay with large cliffs, a sandy beach, and good fossil hunting
Elk Neck State Park, North East - large state park with forests, cliffs, shorelines, marshlands, and a lighthouse; several hiking trails
Patapsco Valley State Park, Ellicott City - large state park with many recreational opportunities on 70+ miles of maintained trails
Rocks State Park, Jarrettsville - rocky forest with hiking trails, scenic views, and one of Maryland's best waterfalls (Kilgore Falls)
Swallow Falls State Park, Oakland - some of the best natural scenery in the state; hike to see at least four natural waterfalls
Susquehanna State Park, Havre De Grace - nature park with hiking and mountain biking trails, a working gristmill, and other historical sites

Take note that as of 2022, permits are required to visit the Kilgore Falls area of Rocks State Park on weekends and holidays between Memorial Day and Labor Day. You should always check the Maryland state park website to see if reservation policies have changed for this state park or if any reservation policies have been implemented at any other Maryland state park.

To see my list of the top 100 state parks in the country, click here.

BEST WATERFALLS IN MARYLAND



Maryland only has a few natural waterfalls. These waterfalls are generally considered the best you'll find in Maryland:

Cascade Falls, Patapsco Valley State Park
Cunningham Falls, Cunningham Falls State Park
Great Falls of the Potomac, Great Falls Park
Kilgore Falls (aka "Falling Branch Falls"), Rocks State Park
Swallow Falls State Park waterfalls (e.g. Muddy Creek Falls, Lower Swallow Falls, Upper Swallow Falls, and Tolliver Falls)

For a listing of all known waterfalls in Maryland, visit the World Waterfall Database.

BEST SCENIC DRIVES IN MARYLAND



I'm not personally aware of any scenic roads in Maryland that are notable on a national scale. However, I haven't driven any portions of the "Mountain Maryland Scenic Byway" yet, and it's possible that I could recommend that drive in the future.

For a list of great scenic drives in each U.S. state, click here.

BEST OCEAN BEACHES IN MARYLAND



The best Atlantic Ocean beaches in Maryland are those found on Assateague Island and those in Ocean City.

Ocean City offers ten miles of beach and a three-mile long beach boardwalk. There are many tourist attractions there, including several small amusement parks and a water park. Ocean City is a great alternative to other Mid-Atlantic beach destinations like Rehoboth Beach in Delaware, Wildwood in New Jersey, and Virginia Beach in Virginia.

BEST RAIL TRAILS IN MARYLAND



Here is a list of some of the best rail trails (or similar cycling paths) in Maryland:

Western Maryland (including Frederick and Frostburg)
Western Maryland Rail Trail

Central Maryland (including Annapolis, Baltimore, and the Washington D.C. suburbs)
Capital Crescent Trail
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park (aka the "C&O Canal Towpath")
Baltimore & Annapolis (B&A) Trail
BWI Trail
Cross Island Trail
Indian Head Rail Trail
Three Notch Trail

Northeastern Maryland
Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail

For detailed information on all known rail trails in Maryland, visit the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy website.

BEST AMUSEMENT PARKS / THEME PARKS IN MARYLAND



There are several good amusement parks in Maryland, including:

Western Maryland (including Frederick and Frostburg)
Adventure Park USA, Ijamsville

Central Maryland (including Annapolis, Baltimore, and the Washington D.C. suburbs)
Chesapeake Beach Water Park, Chesapeake Beach
Six Flags America, Bowie

Eastern Maryland (including Assateague Island and Ocean City)
Jolly Roger Amusement Park, Ocean City
Splash Mountain Water Park, Ocean City
Sun Outdoors Frontier Town Water Park, Berlin
Trimper Rides, Ocean City

BEST MUSEUMS IN MARYLAND



Maryland has many excellent museums. The best museums in Maryland include:

Western Maryland (including Frederick and Frostburg)
Allegany Museum, Cumberland
National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick

Baltimore (in central Maryland)
American Visionary Art Museum,
Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum (B&O Railroad Museum)
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Historic Ships in Baltimore
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Maryland Science Center
Port Discovery Children’s Museum
Walters Art Museum

Central Maryland (including Annapolis and the Washington D.C. suburbs; see above for Baltimore)
Calvert Marine Museum and Drum Point Lighthouse, Solomons
Glenstone Museum, Potomac
NASA GSFC Visitor Center, Greenbelt
National Cryptologic Museum, Annapolis Junction
National Electronics Museum, Linthicum Heights
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Silver Spring

Eastern Maryland (including Assateague Island and Ocean City)
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels
Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center, Cambridge
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum, Ocean City

As you can see above, Baltimore is packed with great museums. I consider it one of the very best cities in the U.S. for museums.

BEST DAY HIKES IN MARYLAND



Maryland has several great hiking trails and areas. Here are some of the best hiking trails/areas in Maryland:

Western Maryland (including Frederick and Frostburg)
Annapolis Rock, South Mountain State Park - hike the Appalachian Trail to scenic views; can be combined with Black Rock
Appalachian Trail: Crampton Gap to Harpers Ferry
Black Rock, South Mountain State Park - can be combined with Annapolis Rock
Catoctin Mountain Park trails - e.g. Wolf Rock/Chimney Rock Loop, Cunningham Falls
Maryland Heights Trail - great views of the Potomac River and the town of Harpers Ferry (WV)
Paw Paw Tunnel, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park
Sugarloaf Mountain Natural Area trails - e.g. the Northern Peaks Trail, Mountain Loop Trail, etc.
Swallow Falls Loop & Muddy Creek Falls, Swallow Falls State Park
Weverton Cliffs, South Mountain State Park

Northeastern & northcentral Maryland
King and Queens Seat, Rocks State Park
Turkey Point Lighthouse Trail, Elk Neck State Park

Central Maryland (including Annapolis, Baltimore, and the Washington D.C. suburbs)
Billy Goat Trail, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park
Calvert Cliffs State Park trails - e.g. the Red Trail
Great Falls Overlook Loop Trail, Great Falls Park
Patapsco Valley State Park trails - e.g. the Cascade Falls Loop or Avalon Loop

Eastern Maryland (including Assateague Island and Ocean City)
Assateague Island National Seashore trails & beaches

The highpoint of Maryland is Backbone Mountain (3,360') in western Maryland. A a moderate hike from a trailhead on US-219 in West Virginia is required to reach the top. The highpoint is just east of the West Virginia border.

BEST BACKPACKING TRIPS IN MARYLAND



Maryland offers a few backpacking opportunities/areas, including:

Appalachian Trail
Assateague Island National Seashore walk-in sites
Green Ridge State Forest
Potomac-Garrett State Forest
Savage River State Forest

CLASSIC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN MARYLAND



Maryland offers many outdoor adventures, including these classics:

Backpacking the Appalachian Trail
Backpacking in Assateague Island National Seashore
Bouldering in Rock State Park
Canoeing/kayaking on Antietam Creek
Canoeing/kayaking the Blackwater River
Canoeing/kayaking the North Branch of the Potomac River
Canoeing/kayaking the Pocomoke River
Crab hunting in Chesapeake Bay
Cycling the C&O Towpath
Cycling the Capital Crescent Trail
Cycling the Great Allegheny Passage Trail (GAP)
Cycling the Indian Head Rail Trail
Cycling the Western Maryland Rail Trail
Cycling the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail
Day hiking the Billy Goat Trail
Fly fishing the Savage River
Fossil hunting at Calvert Cliffs State Park
Jet skiing in Ocean City
Kayaking on Assateague Island
Kayaking on Calm Water Creek in Berline
Mountain biking in Patapsco Valley State Park
Mountain biking in Susquehanna State Park
Mountain biking in Wisp Resort Bike Park
Parasailing in Ocean City
Rock climbing at Carderock on the east side of the Potomac River
Rock climbing in Rocks State Park
Rock climbing in Sugarloaf Mountain Park
Sailing Chesapeake Bay
Skydiving in Churchville, Ocean City, or Ridgely
Surfing in Ocean City
Tubing Antietam Creek
Tubing Deer Creek
Tubing the Gunpowder River
Tubing the Patapsco River
Whitewater rafting Potomac River-Mather Gorge
Whitewater rafting Youghiogheny River-Upper

SKI RESORTS IN MARYLAND



Maryland only has one ski resort: Wisp Resort. The Wisp Resort has 32 trails with a vertical drop of 700ft and a summit of 3,115ft.

MARYLAND TRAVEL TIPS



For offbeat and unique Maryland attractions, visit one or both of these amazing websites: Atlas Obscura and Roadside America

UNIQUE / SPECIALTY FOODS TO TRY IN MARYLAND



Here are some unique / specialty foods to try while you are in Maryland:

beaten biscuits
Berger cookies
crab cakes
crab dip
fried oysters
Old Bay seasoning (e.g. on crabs, potato chips)
orange crushes (alcoholic drink)
pit beef sandwich (w/horseradish)
Smith Island Cake
snowballs
steamed crabs
vegetable crab soup

For a list of unique foods and mom-and-pop type eateries and restaurants in Maryland (or any other U.S. state), visit the Roadfood.com website.
For a list of unique foods to try in each of the 50 U.S. states, click here.
For a list of the top-rated beers to try in Maryland (or any other U.S. state), visit the Beer Advocate website.

OTHER KEY MARYLAND INFORMATION



State Capital:
Annapolis

Major Airports:
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

Largest Cities:
Baltimore (578,658), Columbia (105,695), Germantown (92,219), Waldorf (84,142), Silver Spring (82,927), Frederick (80,757)

Primary U.S. Interstates:
I-68, I-70, I-81, I-83, I-95

State Highpoint:
Backbone Mountain (3,360') in western Maryland; a moderate hike is required to reach the top

Professional Sports Teams:
MLB: Baltimore Orioles
NFL: Baltimore Ravens, Washington Commanders

Funny or Unique Town/City Names:
Accident and Boring

Take note that in general this travel guide intentionally excluded restaurants, lodging/hotels, breweries, wineries/vineyards, and certain other types of attractions (like arcades, ax-throwing, bowling alleys, and escape rooms). These types of places tend to come and go, and keeping up with that would be too challenging. I encourage you to use Google Maps, Tripadvisor, Yelp, and other travel sites that have reader reviews to find the latest and greatest places that I haven't covered here.



Ocean City boardwalk, Maryland
beach boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland

World's Largest Engagement Ring in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland
the World's Largest Engagement Ring in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland

Giant Crash Test Dummy in Glen Burnie, Maryland
Giant Crash Test Dummy statue in Glen Burnie, Maryland

Clark's Elioak Farm in Ellicott City, Maryland
Clark's Elioak Farm in Ellicott City, Maryland


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