Maryland October 19, 2017
These 7 Cities In Maryland Aren’t Big And Aren’t Too Small – They’re Just Right
If you prefer city life but are also easily overwhelmed, the following 7 cities in Maryland may be a good fit for you. They’re filled with things to do while still maintaining a charming vibe. These cities are not too big and not too small – they’re just right. 🙂
Frederick has the highest population on our list, with approximately 65,000 residents. However, the population is spread out over several areas, making this city not too crowded. The downtown area has plenty of award winning restaurants to explore and the local events will keep your weekends full of fun.
Maryland's capital city is populated by about 38,000 people. History lovers will adore this spot for its historic buildings and eateries, while those who adore the water will want to take advantage of the waterfront for its boating opportunities.
With 18,000 residents, this Carroll County city is a good size for those seeking the best of both worlds. The downtown cafes and shops are charming and there's still plenty of outdoorsy things nearby if you're looking to hike, bike, or simply take in the scenery.
Cambridge has a population of roughly 12,000 people, spread out through the city area and outlying quieter streets. There are quite a few seafood restaurants that will keep you full, and the Choptank River Lighthouse adds nautical charm to the area.
About 20,000 people call Cumberland home and this city is picture perfect for those who love the mountains. Cumberland is speckled with churches all over, historic buildings, and is home to the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. If you love places that are full of character, look no further.
6. Havre de Grace
This little waterfront city has about 13,000 residents. While the town often has unique events going on, it also has its peaceful moments that can especially be appreciated by the water. While in the area, check out the one-of-a-kind shops and then relax while taking in the views at Concord Point Lighthouse.
Many people like the proximity of Salisbury to several eastern shore towns and attractions. There are approximately 30,000 people living here and there's plenty of restaurants in the area that are worth visiting.
Do you have a favorite mid-sized city in Maryland? Feel free to let us know!