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Calvert Cliffs State Park
Based on 53 traveler reviews
Wonderful reward after a short hike
Apr 06, 2015 by: Douglas J from
Visited Solomon's Island, Md for Easter weekend with the misses. Decided to visit Calvert Cliffs, hit the Red Trail, 1.8 miles later a beautiful hidden beach on the Chesapeake Bay was there the greet us. The hike was not very challenging, child and pet friendly. Definitely recommended for anyone visiting Solomon's Island.
Apr 05, 2015 by: Justfly from Maryland
Calvert Cliffs State Park, no sign of Spring yet. We had a good walk (despite my tripping over something and ending up with a bruised knee and hand), a bit disappointed with the upkeep. Come on Maryland---you take enough taxes from me, do some maintenance on those Trails and on the Beach. We had been at one of the local Wineries, I would certainly not take a trip out here just for the Park. Very disappointing.
Go to flag ponds for shorter walk to look for sharks teeth
Apr 01, 2015 by: Bondoon2 from
this is a very long hike in and out for a disappointment at the end. Small beach, blocked off cliffs and view of oil transfer platform. Hike in on red trail is flat, but would be buggy in any kind of summer weather. Bring plenty of water too, for your hike. Few amenities, although I was glad of the porta potty at the entrance.
Feb 01, 2015 by: Nancy A from
We had a great time hiking down to the bay. Lots is aquatic things to see. Then hunting for sharks teeth when you get to the bay. Very nice day trip.
Awesome place to find fossils
Dec 09, 2014 by: Bayney from Lexington, Kentucky
This is such an interesting place -- 15 million year old fossils on the beach and you're permitted to find them and take them home. You'll want to take bags or buckets, and perhaps a small rock pick hammer for getting some of the fossils out of the cliff strata.
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