Despite Maryland's small size, the state is one of the most densely populated in the United States. Visitors to Maryland can sample a wide variety of climates and topography, from the coastal regions of the Chesapeake Bay to the rolling mountains of the Appalachians. The major urban areas of the state give visitors a chance to experience Maryland's history and culture through museums, theater productions, art festivals and much more.
- Sandy Point State Park Annapolis, MD 21403 in Annapolis, MD
Every May, Annapolis hosts the Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival that features some great names in blues music and part of the proceeds going to charity. In addition to the great live music, there is a playground and beach for the kids. So that no one goes hungry, guests have their choice from various food vendors.
- Allegany County Fairgrounds Cumberland, MD 21501 in Cumberland, MD
At the end of May, visitors take time to visit the Cumberland DelFast with a variety of live music concerts and food for the health conscious. In addition to traditional festival food, guests will find plenty of vendors selling a variety of homemade crafts from clothing to musical instruments.
- Caroll Creek Linear Park Frederick, MD 21701 in Frederick, MD
Each June, Frederick hosts the Frederick Festival of the Arts, a charming juried two day art show, featuring the work of over 100 artists. This festival features two stages with live performances, boat rentals, and children's activities. There are a variety of vendors serving scrumptious food when guests get hungry.