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Maryland is a great state to visit. There’s a wide mix of things to do here. The state is rich in American Revolutionary and Civil War history. It’s right on the Chesapeake Bay and has maritime roots. Plus, there are parks, rivers, and even part of the Appalachian Trail here. Add the art, brews, and amazing food and you have a great all-inclusive destination.
The Strathmore is a performing arts center in the Mansion and on the 16 acre grounds. The Strathmore offers high quality arts that appeal to many tastes and are wrapped in hospitality and warmth. They host world class performance in every genre, from folk, show tunes, classical, and world music. They also offer a sculpture garden and host teas if you want to visit without seeing a show. Spend an evening here listening to whatever music is your taste.
Pocomoke River State Park offers a wide range of outdoor activities. There’s loblolly pines and cypress swamps and an opportunity to view a wide range of wildlife. You’ll see river otters, bald eagles, countless species of fish, and white dogwood and pink laurel in the spring. There’s camping, boating, canoeing, playgrounds, hiking, and even a swimming pool. This is a great place to spend a weekend.
Maryland’s only oceanfront park is two miles of ocean beaches where you can swim, sunbathe, surf, and fish. You can explore the coastline and coves by canoe or kayak and hike through the marsh and see wild deer or feral horses. If you’re going to Assateague to see the wild horses, there are some guidelines you’ll need to follow, so please check the website before you go. Spend a day here and you won’t run out of things to do.
Crystal Grottoes Cave is a natural phenomenon that is the most naturally kept cave in the country. It’s the same now as it was in 1920 when the caverns were founded. Your tour guide will show you around and try to answer all your questions. Allow about 2 hours here to enjoy the formations inside this unique cave.
Janes Island park has both a mainland and an island part. The mainland part has a campground, cabins, and a conference center. The island portion, which gave the park its name, has saltmarshes, water trails, and pristine beaches to enjoy. It’s a haven for some bird, fish, and crab species. You could spend a weekend here camping and exploring.