Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Maryland

Maryland, otherwise called “Old Line State”, “Free State”, “Little America” and “America in Miniature”, is state where you can invest a great deal of energy of investigating and finding. The state has some extremely amazing spots to visit as appeared by the photograph accumulation beneath.

Cove Point Lighthouse

The Cove Point Light is a lighthouse located on the west side of Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County, Maryland. The Cove Point Lighthouse is a beautifully restored and re-purposed active lighthouse and keeper’s home that sits on a seven acre point of land in one of the narrowest parts of the Chesapeake Bay.

Cunningham Falls State Park

Cunningham Falls State Park is a public recreation area located west of Thurmont, Maryland, in the United States. The state park is the home of Cunningham Falls, the largest cascading waterfall in Maryland, a 43-acre man-made lake, and the remains of a historic iron furnace.

Kilgore Falls, Rocks State Park

The Falling Branch Area of Rocks State Park is located about five miles North of the main park on a separate 67-acre parcel. It is home to the 17-foot high Kilgore Falls, which is Maryland’s second highest vertical drop waterfall.

Garrison Forest, Baltimore

Garrison Forest School is a college preparatory school, in Owings Mills, Maryland, near Baltimore, with a nationally distinctive educational model. The school offers a day school for girls, kindergarten through grade 12, as well as a coed program from ages two through Pre-K.

Fells Point Neighborhood, Baltimore

Waterside Fells Point is known for its hip pubs and taverns, many with live music, as well as seafood joints serving Chesapeake Bay crab and oysters. Small galleries, record stores, fashion boutiques and eclectic restaurants line the cobblestone streets along the harbor and main square.