Encompassing 16,043 acres, this Park stretches along 32 miles of the Patapsco River and boasts eight recreational areas. This massive park provides plenty of family recreational opportunities such as biking, camping, fishing, canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, picnicking and other outdoor adventures. The park is well-known for its breathtaking scenery and trail opportunities.
Located on the Chesapeake Bay, this day-use park offers a beautiful beach, recycled tire playground, unique fossils, tidal marshland, fishing and 13-mile-long hiking trails. The massive cliffs, after which the Park was named, dominate the Chesapeake Bay's shoreline in Calvert County and were formed over 10-20 million years ago. Kids will love fishing and fossil hunting here, while families can enjoy a picnic on the shore. The hunting of squirrel, turkey, rabbits, and deer is also allowed in the 550 acres of Calvert Cliffs State Park.
Encompassing over 700 acres this park is located on the Northwestern shore of the Chesapeake Bay and provides visitors with endless outdoor activities. The park’s sandy beaches and picnic spots are famous for their incredible views which overlook the Chesapeake Bay. The park offers plenty of things to do including swimming, fishing, crabbing, picnicking, boating, youth group camping, hiking and historical sites.