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A small state with a huge history, Maryland is an excellent destination for anyone who’s a fan of nature, history, and fine dining. Maryland is a modern state rooted in echoes of the nation's past at every turn. Maryland’s connection with the water is a deep part of its culture, with numerous maritime museums chronicling this relationship to the water from the states earliest beginnings all the way up through today. When you dine in Maryland you will begin to fully appreciate the deep connection to the water that this state exudes in its foods. Gather with family and friends and enjoy mouthwatering fresh local catch just feet from the very waters it was caught in. There are several must see locations scattered along Maryland’s eastern shore. It is a powerful reminder that this small state still has hundreds of miles of beaches, towns and nature activities. With so many places to stop in for food, hiking, biking, and boating it is impossible to list them all or see them all. Among them there are some sure stops that you must make: Chesapeake City for its Art, Antiques and boating tours, Chestertown for the impressive look back at colonial history, Kent Island is an amazing shopping and dining experience, and Easton because it is one of the top ten small towns in America. The National Harbor will likely be the highlight of any trip to Maryland. Experience maritime living as you walk the boardwalk along the Potomac River. Dine in overlooking the river enjoying meals prepared for you by celebrity chefs. And before you go home for the night, you absolutely must take a ride on the Capital Wheel and take in the stunning view from 180 foot in the air, or go for a Cruise on a local water taxi at sunset. If you are a lover of Art that be sure you visit Maryland on the second week of the month, so that you can walk the streets of Bethesda and take in works of art as studios open their doors to the Bethesda Art Walk. Marvel at the art, and whenever you’re ready to take a break enjoy one or several of the more than 200 restaurants and shopping centers in the area.

RV Rental Maryland


Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Baltimore V1
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$117.85 / Night

Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Baltimore V1

Glen Burnie, Maryland

5 25ft

Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Baltimore V1
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$127.85 / Night

Cabover Style C 27-29ft - Baltimore V1

Glen Burnie, Maryland

6 28ft

Cabover Style C22 RV - MARYLAND V4
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$107.85 / Night

Cabover Style C22 RV - MARYLAND V4

Glen Burnie, Maryland

5 6ft 7in

Coachmen Leprechaun 319MBF
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$215 / Night

Coachmen Leprechaun 319MBF

Washington, District of Columbia

6 35ft 4in

Home away from Home
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$225 / Night

Home away from Home

Leesburg, Virginia

6 29ft

Winnebago 34T
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$500 / Night

Winnebago 34T

Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania

6 35ft 6in

2019Winnebago
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$215 / Night

2019Winnebago

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

5 28ft 8in

2018 Winnebago Vista 27PE
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$250 / Night

2018 Winnebago Vista 27PE

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

8 29ft 1in

Places to Visit near Maryland


Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is an urban two-story casino with a 122,000 sq. ft. gaming floor. The multi-million development will feature VLTs, table games and a World Series of Poker room. A 20,000 sq. ft. "Baltimore Marketplace" featuring authentic Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges will round out the food and beverage offerings.The $400 million development will be located along Russell Street on Baltimore's south side. As an urban casino, it will be designed to maximize connectivity with existing hospitality operators, neighboring professional sports venues M&T Stadium (NFL-Ravens) and Camden Yards (MLB-Orioles) and the city's famed Inner Harbor. Please play responsibly - for help visit mdgamblinghelp.org or call 1-800-522-4700

National Aquarium of Baltimore

We inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures. The National Aquarium protects and preserves this blue planet and all of its animal and habitats through its engaging living collections in our ground-breaking Baltimore attraction and the nation’s first public aquarium in Washington, DC; our science-based education programs and our hands-on experiences in the field from the Chesapeake Bay to Costa Rica; and partnerships and alliances with like-minded organizations around the world. 

J.C. Lore Oyster House

J. C. Lore Oyster House, also known as J. C. Lore and Sons, Inc., Seafood Packing Plant, is located at 14430 Solomons Island Road South, in Solomons, Calvert County, Maryland. It is a large two story, rectangular frame industrial building constructed in 1934 as a seafood packing plant. It replaced a 1922 building that was destroyed by the 1933 Chesapeake Potomac hurricane. It is significant for its historical association with the commercial fisheries of Maryland's Patuxent River region, and architecturally as a substantially unaltered example of an early-20th century seafood packing plant. It has been adapted by the Calvert Marine Museum to house exhibits and many of its original spaces, artifacts, and records have been incorporated into them. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, and declared a National Historic Landmark in 2001.

Wye Oak State Park

The remains of the Wye Oak supporting its clone The Wye Oak was the largest white oak tree in the United States and the State Tree of Maryland from 1941 until its demise in 2002. Wye Oak State Park preserves the site where the revered tree stood for more than 400 years in the town of Wye Mills, Talbot County, Maryland. The Wye Oak was believed to be over 460 years old at the time of its destruction during a severe thunderstorm on June 6, 2002. It measured in circumference of the trunk at breast height, high, with a crown spread of . It is believed that the acorn that became the oak germinated around the year 1540. The Wye Oak was still bearing a maturing crop of acorns when it was toppled. The Wye Oak drew public attention in 1909, when Maryland State Forester Fred W. Besley made the first official measurement of the tree. Ten years later, in 1919, it was featured in American Forestry magazine as the first tree in the American Forestry Association's "Tree Hall of Fame." The Wye Oak inspired Besley to found the Big Tree Champion Program in 1925; as a result, in 1940 the American Forestry Association named the Wye Oak one of its first National Champion Trees. By the time of its destruction 62 years later, only one other tree named that year remained standing. The tree faced a loss of a large limb in 1956 that sparked concerns, and another limb fell in 1984 that weighed 70,280 lbs. The tree fell during a heavy thunderstorm with high winds on the night of June 6, 2002. The tree's exceptionally long life has been attributed to the efforts of park managers, who applied preventative measures such as fertilizer and insecticide, as well as extensive pruning, cabling, and bracing to the branches.

Campgrounds and RV Parks near Maryland


Assateague State Park

Maryland's only oceanfront park

Assateague State Park is Maryland's only oceanfront park. It is located on Assateague Island, a barrier island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Sinepuxent Bay on the west. Its two miles of ocean beaches offer swimming, beachcombing, sunbathing, surfing and fishing. The bayside offers visitors the chance to explore secluded coves by canoe or kayak. The marsh areas have a variety of wildlife, including deer, waterfowl and feral horses.

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Dahlgren Backpacker Camp

first come, first serve campsites!

Easy overnight section of AT in Maryland.  Begins at overnight parking lot off of 40 and follows the AT South for ~7.5 miles to the Rocky Run shelter.  Along the way, trail passes through the South Mountain area (site of a Civil War battle) and the first Washington Monument.   There are several camping options along the way.  South of the Washington Monument, the trail crosses into Boonsboro at 40.  Right on 40 is the South Mountain Inn - we didn't stop in, but apparently they're accomidating of trail hikers.  Just south of 40 ( Dahlgren backpackers Campground next to the Application Trail. First come first serve camping. Contains privy with hot water shower, open field for sites, picnic tables, fire rings, and bear pack stand.

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