Divided by the Chesapeake Bay and bordering Washington, D.C., Maryland is certainly one of the most interesting states just by its geography alone. From the sparkling streams and panoramic views at Catoctin Mountain Park to the historic Antietam National Battlefield and nearby National Air and Space Museum, the west side of the bay provides a wonderful mix of nature, history and science. At the bay, travelers can follow the shoreline to discover crab-fishing fleets, sailing and other activities in Annapolis, Chestertown and historic Oxford. Home to our Whaleyville and Berlin RV parks and campgrounds, the east side of Maryland is your seaside paradise. Close to Ocean City and the wild ponies at Assateauge Island, you'll never run out of things to do and places to visit in Maryland.
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