Although Maryland has quite a few cities for lovers of the nightlife, it’s also home to plenty of charming small towns. Previously, we created
this list of slow-paced towns in Maryland where life is still simple. Today, we want to share even MORE tiny towns that offer nothing but peace and quiet.
1. Leonardtown, St. Mary's County
This quiet little town is home to just under 3,000 people. It's known for its annual oyster-shucking competition, which is held at the fairgrounds.
2. Rock Hall, Kent County
This waterside spot has a population of just over 1,000 people. It's the perfect place to relax on the water or feel the breeze while taking a stroll through town.
3. Centreville, Queen Anne's County
Here you can find the charming Queen Anne's Courthouse, that like most of the town, is full of history. Just outside of town is rural farmlands, perfect for a scenic Sunday drive.
4. Tilghman Island, Tabot County
This bay town is surrounded with picturesque water views. Here, life is simple, but sweet.
5. Port Tobacco, Charles County
As of the 2010 census, this tiny town had a population of only 13 people. Needless to say, you won't have annoying neighbor problems while living here.
6. Broomes Island, Calvert County
Take in the charming sights of the Patuxent River while walking the docks. This town is the perfect place to indulge in fresh seafood.
7. Sharpsburg, Washington County
One of Maryland's biggest attractions lies in Sharpsburg, but it's also the quietest. Pay your respects to fallen soldiers by strolling through Antietam Battlefield. Then visit the small town to see historic homes.
8. Snow Hill, Worcester County
This town has a total area of just over three miles and is surrounded by rural farmland. However, it's also an easy drive to Ocean City and other eastern shore attractions.
9. North East, Cecil County
Nestled along the North East River, this town is in close proximity to the beautiful Elk Neck State Park. So if you're a lover of the outdoors, give this place a visit.
10. Flintstone, Allegany County
You won't find much of anything in the town of Flintstone, but that's what makes it such a peacefully quiet place. Hike the nearby mountain trails or camp in a secluded woodland spot.
Do you live in any of these peaceful small towns in Maryland? Remember, you can find part one of this list
here. Feel free to share your favorite quiet small towns in Maryland in the comments.