The Maryland Beach That’s Unlike Any Other In The World
Warm weather is here and it’s finally time to get outdoors! Where will your adventures take you? If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind day trip, then consider exploring the following beach in Maryland. It may just be one of the most unique beaches in the world.
we discussed Calvert Cliffs State Park and the scenic trails it has to offer.
And today, we're focusing on the beach area because it really is remarkable.
Once you've hiked the the 1.8 mile Red Trail, you'll arrive at the beach and see this sign. It explains the history of the cliffs, which were formed over 10 to 20 million years ago.
Fossils from the Miocene era can be found among this naturally historic spot.
Over 600 species of fossils have been recorded among Calvert Cliffs and it's especially known for shark teeth. Sizes range from teeny tiny...
...to shockingly large. Pictured here is a rare Megalodon tooth. An incredible find!
Have a bit of patience and you too could find a prehistoric treasure to take home.
Sure, other beaches in the world have fossils, but there's nothing quite like the cliffs overlooking the bay.
Check out the below video by Youtube user
ChesapeakeSharks as he unearths a Megalodon tooth at Calvert Cliffs!
The address to Calvert Cliffs State Park is
10540 H G Trueman Rd, Lusby, MD 20657 and admission is $5 per vehicle. For more information, visit the website here.
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