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Jun 29 2021

About: Situated at the confluence of the Patapsco River and the Chesapeake Bay, Fort Smallwood Park’s 90 acres offer an outstanding balance of recreation opportunities and natural beauty. Park visitors of all ages and interests will find Fort Smallwood Park a relaxing place to spend their leisure time. Enjoy fishing, picnicking, bird watching, and swimming. The park offers a hard launch boat ramp year round for power boaters and sailors as well as a soft launch for paddlers, wind surfers and kite boarders. Hours of Operation: Open 7 days a week, year round,...

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Jun 04 2021

About: Downs Park is a nature-lover’s paradise nestled at the end of the Pasadena peninsula, along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. The park offers visitors endless opportunities to enjoy nature through birdwatching, hiking on miles of wooded trails, expansive views of the Bay, and plenty of family-friendly picnic sites. Downs Park is also a popular destination for dog owners who love to let their four-legged friends splash and swim at the park’s dog beach. Anglers should be sure to bring plenty of bait to take advantage of bountiful fishing opportunities...

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Jul 21 2020

Mayo Beach Park is the perfect place to enjoy a fun-filled day. There is plenty to see and do, from swimming to enjoying a picnic to kayaking. The park is open on scheduled days....

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Jul 07 2020

The Historic Annapolis Museum offers information on Annapolis’ history and tickets and reservations for its tours, excursions, venues, and other events. ...

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Feb 24 2017

The beautiful Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse will be preserved for future generations to enjoy via a public-private partnership formed in 2004 via the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act (NHLPA). ...

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Feb 23 2017

Maryland’s newest state park is 477 beautiful acres right on the Chesapeake Bay between Shady Side and Deale. Formerly the site of Deep Creek Airport, this rustic park now has marsh, forest, meadow, and a sandy bay shoreline....

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Feb 23 2017

Visit animals, create works of art, make-believe with props and dress-ups, explore a creekside nature trail. Check the website or call for upcoming programs and events. Free parking....

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