Maryland September 24, 2016
10 Delightful Small Towns In Maryland You Probably Don’t Know Exist But Should Visit ASAP
While we’ve covered a variety of small towns in Maryland before, today we’re highlighting some that you may have never heard of. The following 10 delightful small towns in Maryland all have a smaller population and offer something for visitors and residents alike. Take a look.
1. Port Tobacco
This tiny town has the lowest population in all of Maryland but also boasts quite a bit of history. Visit the historic buildings, including this one-room schoolhouse. History buffs will love this place.
2. Deer Park
You may be surprised to learn that Deer Park bottled water is actually named after this western Maryland town. Foliage in the area is beautiful during autumn and quaint restaurants and inns make this spot quite the charmer.
3. La Vale
If you're a lover of mountains, you'll especially love the views around La Vale. Another town in Maryland's western portion, it's within driving distance to outdoor attractions while still retaining a bit of peace and quiet.
This town's motto is "The way life should be." Cecilton keeps things simple and life in this community is easy living.
5. Clear Spring
Lovers of old buildings will love this town as it has a plethora of historic homes. It's also close to the C&O Canal for a bit of respite among nature.
Located on an island, Hoopersville boasts brilliant views of the bay. Vacation rentals are available in the area as well as several scenic spots for kayaking.
This town is home to many historic sites including rustic cabins and bridges. Explore the surrounding mountains for a refreshing and peaceful experience.
This waterfront town is perfect if you're looking to enjoy a bit of peace and quiet paired with a river breeze. Bring your canoe and enjoy miles of serene water views.
While Benedict lies along the Patuxent River, it also boasts acres of farmland. Photographers may enjoy this area to catch intricately detailed shots of farm life.
At the mouth of Nanticoke River you'll find the town of Waterview. With only about 40 residents, this area offers sprawling views of nature, especially - you guessed it - water views.
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