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DESTINATION MARYLAND The Official Guide To Maryland State Travel
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The beautiful bayside community of Chesapeake Beach is where there are still places to discover and to enjoy with your family and friends.
Founded as a railroad town in the late 1880s, it has been welcoming visitors ever since.
Leonardtown & Historic St. Mary's City
Historic St. Mary’s City celebrated its 375th anniversary in 2009. English settlers aboard two small ships – the Ark and the Dove – landed at St. Clement’s Island and made their way to the mainland in 1634.
Nestled on the Chesapeake Bay's western shore at the northern tip of Calvert County, the Town of North Beach epitomizes "land of pleasant living."
Come by boat! The Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park is also accessible by boat, offering a sturdy handicap accessible pier with accompanying step down platform.
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