Maryland Attractions September 13, 2017
These 10 Perfectly Picturesque Small Towns In Maryland Are Delightful
We’re always on the lookout for small towns in Maryland. The following 10 spots are some of the most picturesque, sure to offer you a delightful day full of scenery and small town charm.
1. St Michaels
Shops, seafood, and scenery await in St Michaels. If you're a fan of bed and breakfasts then this spot is the perfect place spend a weekend.
This southern Maryland spot is surrounded by water views. From sunrise to sunset, you can expect to witness beautiful sights at every turn.
3. Havre de Grace
Head here for boutiques, eateries, and then pay a visit to Concord Point Lighthouse. This place is uniquely different.
Berlin was named America's coolest small town by Budget Travel a few years back for its events, town pride, and things to do. Be sure to also visit the nearby Assateague Island while you're in the area.
If it's mountain views you crave then head to Oakland. This western Maryland town is especially picturesque during autumn.
6. Chesapeake City
Chesapeake City is nestled along the C&D Canal so you can be sure that the sights are enchanting. One of the coolest things about the town is being able to watch ships pass by day and night.
It doesn't get much more charming than historic Chestertown. If you truly want a one of a kind experience then check out their Harry Potter festival this October.
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Like Berlin, this town was also recently named America's coolest small town. The downtown area full of shops is like taking a step back in time.
This canal-side town offers gorgeous views year-round. If you're a lover of history, you'll want to check this place out.
Oxford is underrated but deserves your attention for many reasons. The inns here are delightful and the water views are perfect for a summer day trip.
When it comes picturesque small towns in Maryland, this list just scratches the surface. What are some of your favorites? Feel free to share below.