Maryland December 31, 2016
9 Unforgettable Road Trips To Take In Maryland Before You Die
There’s always something new to see in Maryland and throughout 2016, we combined some of the best spots into amazing road trips. Now, take a look at some of the best trips featured throughout the last year. Consider adding a few of these to your 2017 bucket list. You won’t be sorry.
Maryland Waterfalls Road Trip
This trip takes you to seven of Maryland's most majestic waterfalls. These natural wonders are gorgeous year-round, but a trip in early spring offers the most waterflow.
Ultimate Terrifying Road Trip In Maryland
If you're up for a spooktacular road trip, then you're sure to love this one, which takes you to eerie abandoned spots and places that are known to be haunted. Use caution when entering the abandoned buildings, some of which are guarded by security.
Maryland's Scary Eastern Shore Road Trip
Similar to the above trip, this creepy trek will take you to eerie eastern shore spots. Most places are outdoors, offering haunted hikes.
Western Maryland Road Trip On One Tank Of Gas
We haven't forgotten Western Maryland. This trip takes you to some of the most charming towns in the western portion of the state. The best part? You'll need less than a tank of gas to visit all ten locations.
Maryland Covered Bridge Road Trip
Maryland has quite a few historic covered bridges left, and this picturesque road trip takes you to six of them. There's something special about seeing these centuries-old structures up close.
Natural Wonders Road Trip In Maryland
From cliffs, to overlooks, to astounding caves, this natural wonders road trip will fuel your need for adventure. Visit Maryland's most majestic spots in one delightful trip.
Haunted Road Trip Through Maryland
This haunted route will take you to some of the most haunted places in the state. Ghost stories abound at these spots and you may even witness a paranormal happening.
Fall Foliage Road Trip Through Maryland
This just may be the most beautiful of all our trips. Autumn foliage is at its peak at the end of October through November and you won't want to miss out on the best spots to see the leaves emblazoned with hues of copper, red, and yellow.
Iconic Maryland Foods Road Trip
Feeling hungry? Then head out on this epic food road trip! Crab cakes, oysters, and Smith Island cake await your consumption on this delicious trip to remember.
So, which one are you doing first? Looking for another iconic Maryland spot that’s worth the trip? Then check out
Old Salty’s Restaurant.