These 11 State Parks In Maryland Will Knock Your Socks Off
There are tons of stunning parks located in the Old Line State, all of which you can visit year-round. It’s difficult to choose a favorite because they’re all so different. Some have mountain views, some have beaches, and some are full of hidden trails. Here are 11 state parks to visit in Maryland that won’t disappoint.
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Address: Tuckahoe State Park, 13070 Crouse Mill Rd, Queen Anne, MD 21657, USA
Address: Gambrill State Park, 8602 Gambrill Park Rd, Frederick, MD 21702, USA
Address: Assateague State Park, 6915 Stephen Decatur Hwy, Berlin, MD 21811, USA
Address: Seneca Creek State Park, 11950 Clopper Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878, USA
Address: Deep Creek Lake State Park, Maryland 21561, USA
Address: Calvert Cliffs, Maryland 20657, USA
Address: Janes Island State Park, 26280 Alfred J Lawson Dr, Crisfield, MD 21817, USA
Address: 21843 National Pike, Boonsboro, MD 21713, USA
Address: Susquehanna State Park, Maryland 21078, USA
Address: 1100 E College Pkwy, Annapolis, MD 21409, USA
Address: Patapsco Valley State Park, Woodstock, MD 21163, USA
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State Parks To Visit In Maryland
March 21, 2022
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If you enjoy chasing waterfalls, take one of these best waterfall hikes in Maryland. In Harford County, you can take a 1.3-mile hike to the stunning Kilgore Falls at Rocks State Park. Head to Frederick County for a round-trip hike of fewer than three miles to Cunningham Falls. These are just two of the highlights in our waterfall hikes article.
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Jamie Alvarenga is a writer and editor for Only In Your State.
She spends her time chasing around a curious toddler and going on coffee-fueled adventures throughout Maryland. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org