Things To Do
Southern Maryland has various communities for you to take part in while on Vacation.
St. Leonard is a small, water-front community that has a lot to offer the permanent residents and vacationers alike. St. Leonard has a small shopping district with antique stores, thrift stores, restaurant, a small grocery store and other small boutiques. St. Leonard being a waterfront community has several beaches and marinas. Another notable community event is the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department Summer Concert Series. Recent artists who have played in the Summer Series are Hootie and the Blowfish, Alan Jackson, Lynyrd Skynrd, and Reba McEntire.
North Beach is a small community situated along the Chesapeake Bay. This great vacation spot along the Western Shore has a fabulous public fishing pier, boardwalk and bike path. There are several cute antique stores, cafes, and shops. This community offers everything within walking distance for a fabulous vacation destination. This town has been a vacation destination for the Washington D.C. area since the 1940’s and continues to be a wonderful destination for families.
Chesapeake Beach is another wonderful location to visit while vacationing in Southern Maryland. This great resort location offers vacationers and residents some of the greatest restaurants, shops, beaches, and entertainment.
Prince Frederick is a main attraction on the Western Shore. The city of Prince Frederick offers the small community wonderful shopping, restaurants, and attractions. With local shopping like Lemon Drop Shop, Hugs Gift Store, Ralon’s Hallmark and wonderful outdoor activities, this is a main destination for all Western Shore visitors.
Solomons is one of the most well known cities within the Southern Maryland area. This quaint town offers visitors a fabulous waterfront fishing community to experience. You can make your way to this town by either automobile or boat to experience all the wonderful activities, restaurants and shops that it has to offer. Solomons is located where the Patuxent River and Chesapeake Bay meet.