Baltimore February 16, 2018
10 Towns Near Baltimore With The Strangest Names You’ll Ever See
Think you’ve heard it all? How about these 10 strange town names near Baltimore? Check out this list of nearby towns and see how many you know about…
Located in Howard County, Savage is where you'll find all things historic, including the Savage Mill outlets and Bollman Bridge.
This Baltimore County town is little known but has one of the most interesting names, indeed.
This Carroll County town was recently named the coolest small town in America. Visit Main Street for several local shops and eateries.
Nope - we're not talking about the famous music festival. Woodstock includes parts of Howard, Carroll, and Baltimore County. It has plenty of nature and trails, as Patapsco Valley State Park covers a good portion of it.
This Baltimore county spot has a population of just over 20,000 residents. With scenery like this, it's easy to see why this town may be a bit
6. Bowleys Quarters
Over 6,000 residents call Bowleys Quarters home, which is located in Baltimore County. It has great water views and local seafood joints.
Scaggsville is a lot of fun to say out loud. It's an unincorporated community located in Howard County.
This Baltimore County community is situated along route 45 and is full of rural sights. Be sure to also check out the charming eateries in the area.
Boring is about 40 minutes away from the city, located in Baltimore County. It only has about 40 houses, a fire hall, and post office.
When you hear the word Nottingham, Robin Hood may come to mind. But this spot is actually an unincorporated community in Baltimore County.
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