Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Weekend Getaway

Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Weekend Getaway

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3 Popular Attractions In Maryland

  • Adventure Park USA: Amusement center in Monrovia, Maryland.
  • Maryland Facts:

    • King Williams School opened in 1696 it was the first school in the United States.
    • Samuel F.B. Morse reportedly received the first telegraph message in Bladensburg, in 1844, before his famous “What Hath God Wrought” message between Baltimore and Washington. His telegraph wire had been strung along the railroad right of way. Ezra Cornell, founder of Cornell University, lived in Bladensburg and is said to have invented the telegraph pole.
    • The Maryland Renaissance Festival is held from August and October in Crownsville.
    • The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad was the country's first commercial railroad, dating back to 1827.
    • Interesting fact: Baltimore is the birthplace of Babe Ruth.
    City of Baltimore
    Baltimore skyline

    Baltimore skyline

    Charm City;[1] B'more;[2] Mobtown[3]

    “The Greatest City in America”,[1] “Get in on it.”,[1] “Believe”[4]

    Interactive map of Baltimore

    39°17′22″N 76°36′55″W / 39.28944°N 76.61528°W / 39.28944; -76.61528Coordinates: 39°17′22″N 76°36′55″W / 39.28944°N 76.61528°W / 39.28944; -76.61528

    Country United States
    State Maryland
    City Baltimore
    Historic colony Province of Maryland
    County None (Independent city)
    Founded 1729
    Incorporated 1796–1797
    Independent city 1851
    Named for The 2nd Baron Baltimore (1605–1675)

    •Type Mayor–council
    •Body Baltimore City Council
    Mayor Brandon Scott (D)
    City Council
    Houses of Delegates
    State Senate
    State senators
    U.S. House

    Independent city 92.05sqmi (238.41km2)
    •Land 80.95sqmi (209.65km2)
    •Water 11.10sqmi (28.76km2) 12.1%

    0–480ft (0–150m)

    Independent city 585,708

    •Rank 30th in the United States
    1st in Maryland
    •Density 7,235.43/sqmi (2,793.74/km2)

    2,844,510 (20th)
    Demonym(s) Baltimorean
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    ZIP Codes[9]
    Area codes 410, 443, and 667
    FIPS code 24-04000
    GNIS feature ID 597040
    Primary Airport Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)
    Commuter Rail MARC train.svg
    Interstates I-70 (MD).svg I-83.svg I-95.svg I-97.svg I-195 (MD).svg I-395 (MD).svg I-695 (MD).svg I-795 (MD).svg I-895 (MD).svg
    U.S. Routes US 1.svg US 40.svg
    Website City of Baltimore


    Maryland's Chesapeake Bay unites two distinct shores. A proud, traditional western shore and a laid back, casual eastern shore together make one great weekend getaway. Only a short drive from Baltimore, Washington DC and Philadelphia, Maryland's Chesapeake Bay region has great food and good vibes to make a weekend you won't soon forget!

    We'll visit Annapolis, St Michaels and a memorial to the Underground Railroad.

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    Intro: (0:00)
    Overview: (0:36)
    Annapolis: (1:27)
    Chesapeake Bay Bridge: (5:23)
    St Michaels: (6:15)
    Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park: (13:14)
    Oxford: (15.34)
    Tilghman Island: (17:13)
    Blackwater Wildlife Refuge: (17:45)
    Final Thoughts: (18:16)

    All video shot by me using iPhone12.

    6 thoughts on “Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Weekend Getaway

    1. Don’t these crab cakes look great? Maryland is a small state that packs a big punch! From the founding fathers to todays seafood industry, this state is a great place to visit and learn. What is your favorite part of Maryland?

    2. I'm 62 years old now I live in Washington state I remember Chesapeake Bay Beach as a child 9 years old 10 years old I live in Prince George County Maryland and we would take a trip to Chesapeake Bay beach at the time they had an amusement park not for sure if they still have it or not. Can let me know thank you.If they do have an amusement park still can you tell me a YouTube url video that I can look at it, to bring back memories.

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