Breezy Point Beach & Campground 5300 Breezy Point Road, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732 Phone: 410-535-0259 or 410-535-1600, x2225
This bay-front park features swimming, fishing, picnicking and seasonal and daily camping. All daily campsites are bay-front. It is the perfect getaway for day trips, a weekend away or a week-long escape. Bathhouse, restrooms and concession stand available. No pets allowed on beach or in campground.
Hike through this 1,460-acre wooded state park to the majestic Calvert Cliffs on the Chesapeake Bay. Formed over 15 million years ago, the cliffs contain more than 600 species of fossils. Ideal for hiking, picnicking, fishing and fossil hunting. Two-mile walk to the beach. Large tire playground. Information available for pavilion rentals, youth camping or hunting. Limited wheelchair access.
Flag Ponds Nature Park 1525 Flag Ponds Parkway, Lusby, MD 20657 Phone: 410-586-1477 or 410-535-5327
The park includes sandy beaches, freshwater ponds and views of Calvert Cliffs, along with hiking trails, fossil hunting, observation platforms, wetlands boardwalk, Observation pier and visitors center with wildlife exhibits. Picnic tables and grills are provided. Limited wheelchair access. Reservations are required for groups of 30 or more. Dogs on leash permitted. Hours vary by season.
This small farm was donated by Harry and Grace Hutchins and the pond is stocked with trout by the state of Maryland. Valid fishing license required. All Maryland fishing regulations apply. No fees. Hutchins Pond Website
Kings Landing Park 3255 Kings Landing Road, Huntingtown, MD 20639 Phone: 410-535-2661 or 410-535-5327
This 260-acre park on the Patuxent River and Cocktown Creek offers a fishing pier, canoe/kayak launch, swimming pool ($), picnic shelters, wetlands boardwalk, horse ring and Tom Wisner Hall for meetings and receptions. Reservations required for groups of 30 or more. Dogs on leash permitted. Hours vary by season. Kings Landing Park Website
Lower Marlboro is one of 20 steamboat landings/wharves located in Calvert County. Approximately 36 miles from where the Patuxent meets the Chesapeake Bay, the wharf was once an important mode of transportation for local residents, farms and businesses. Today, the public can fish from the pier and enjoy the view of the Patuxent River. No fees. Limited parking, no facilities and no overnight parking. Wharf open dawn to dusk. Lower Marlboro Wharf Website
Nan's Cove Broomes Island Road, Broomes Island, MD 20615 Phone: 410-535-5327