Maryland September 08, 2017
7 Small Towns In Rural Maryland That Are Downright Delightful
There are city people, country folks, and all others in between. Today we’re focusing on rural towns in Maryland that are perfect for quiet living, or for simply taking a serene day trip. Could you see yourself living in one of these spots?
Jarrettsville is home to the scenic Rocks State Park and it's also known for sprawling sunflower fields in the summertime. Talk about the perfect spot for a photo op!
Woodbine is located in both Howard and Carroll County. If you're a fan of picturesque drives, then you'll want to drive along the charming roads that are nestled next to farmland. Be sure to also check out Larriland Farm, which offers pick-your-own-fruit to take home.
This Frederick County gem is known to some as the setting of
The Blair Witch Project and it also has a spooky gravity hill. However, this quaint spot is actually far from scary. You may be surprised at just how pretty the views really are.
This southern Maryland town is home to several naturally beautiful spots, including Calvert Cliffs State Park. This is a must-visit park.
Found in Dorchester County, Hoopersville Road is one of the most scenic stretches of road in the state. You can expect sprawling views of wetlands, farmland, and enchanting churches.
People usually associate Baltimore County with the city but it actually has its fair share of rural spots, including Monkton. While you're in the area, be sure to visit Ladew Topiary Gardens for a whimsical day trip.
Dickerson is located near Sugarloaf Mountain, so to say the views are nice is an understatement. This is another great spot for a rural drive when you need to escape the hustle and bustle.
Do you live in a rural Maryland town or do you have a favorite in which you like to visit? Let us know below.
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