Maryland Camping and RVing Travel Guides


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Heart of Coastal Beauty
From crab cakes to white-water rafting, Civil War battlefields to whale watching, Maryland has something for every visitor. Begin in the hilly western region for the very best canoeing and kayaking, and terrific waterfall views. Then wander eastward to visit the chilling battlefields of Antietam, Gettysburg, and Harpers Ferry. Take a side trip into Washington, D.C., or tour the historic building
The southern region and Eastern Shore are full of coastline for fishing and beach combing. Try your hand at crabbing, or rent a sailboat and head out into Chesapeake Bay. Inland, the Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary and Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge hold egrets, raptors, waterfowl, and swans. At Assateague Island National Seashore, you'll find open beaches for boating and beach walking, plus a herd of wild horses.s of Baltimore.