Best Vacation Home Deals in Stevensville
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The Weather in Stevensville
Find the Stevensville climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Stevensville with average maximum temperatures of 86°. However, temperatures can go lower than 30° in Stevensville in January. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is September.
Visit Baltimore or relax by the water at a Stevensville vacation home
Just outside Baltimore and Washington, your comfortable vacation home by the water in Stevensville, Maryland, awaits. Overlooking the sparkling water and within easy reach of the revitalized, culture-rich city of Baltimore, a vacation rental here has all the ingredients for an unforgettable vacation.
Tastes of Maryland
Stevensville is surrounded by distilleries and vineyards, so why not take a tour? Blackwater Distilling offers comprehensive tours that take you through the various stages of the distilling process and the history of the liquor trade in this part of the world. Naturally, the tour is followed by an opportunity for tasting the distillery’s product. Mark Cascia Vineyards are worth a wander through – sample and purchase some local products to enjoy in the comfortable surroundings of your waterside vacation home.
Although Baltimore’s fortunes have fluctuated, its cultural offerings are flowering. Visit the American Visionary Art Museum, a celebration of creative flair, and the Walters Art Museum, which boasts a broad collection of Asian artifacts and French paintings. See the Washington Monument, a 178-foot column dedicated to George Washington. Its 228 steps are worth the climb – at the top, you’ll find the best views of Baltimore.
Freedom and bird migration on Maryland's East Coast
Make the journey to Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park to learn more about how several black slaves were led to freedom. You can also see the Old Furnace Town Heritage Museum, a replica of a 19th-century iron smelting town. The Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is located on the main route birds follow on their migration. Rewarding walking tours and bike rides around the reserve offer views of stunning landscapes and diverse birdlife.
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