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In the mid-Atlantic region of the United States, nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains, Maryland offers visitors and locals alike a wide variety of things to do and different attractions. Try Maryland vacations and see why this East Coast state is such a popular vacation destination. Defined largely by its abundant waterways and coastlines, places like the Chesapeake Bay and the Baltimore seaport hold great importance. Maryland is truly an outdoor lovers’ dream, with places like the Patapsco Valley State Park or Assateague Island with its wild horses, Deep Creek Lake, and the Appalachian Trail. The only thing that makes these destinations better, are the glamping accommodations nearby. Spend your day hiking, and your nights sleeping in the best tree house hotel Maryland has! But wait, there's more. Ocean City is an Eastern Shore resort town with a boardwalk is a popular beach destination, while inland you can visit places like Cunningham Falls State Park in the Catoctin Mountains, great for hiking, or Deep Creek Lake, popular for fishing. There are so many different Maryland vacation spots that you’ll just have to visit more than once. Find the perfect Chesapeake Bay vacation or Deep Creek Lake cabin today. Check out Glamping Hub's Maryland vacations and reserve your dates before they get booked!
Maryland attractions & places to visit in Maryland
Maryland’s diverse terrain and varied climate mean, no matter the season, there is a way for all ages and abilities to get outside and have some fun. Prepare to surf the beaches of Ocean City, fly fish on mountain streams, and hike the Appalachian Trail—you really can do it all in Maryland. Here is our list of the top Maryland attractions and places to visit.
The Appalachian Trail runs from Georgia to Maine, with about 40 miles passing through Maryland. Visit in the fall to see spectacular colors and hike from Pen-Mar to the Potomac River, you won’t be disappointed. Only a short ride from the resort town of Ocean City is Assateague Island. The island is famous for its pristine beaches and wild horses and is a great place for a family getaway! A popular weekend activity in Maryland is riding the “rail trails.” All over the country, abandoned railroad tracks have been refurbished for biking and hiking trails. Our favorite in Maryland is the Western Maryland Rail Trail, which is 28 miles of paved bike trail along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Western Maryland is also home to the Savage River, a world-class trout fishing river. Go fly fishing and catch wild brook and rainbow trout for that night’s dinner!
Explore the Chesapeake Bay from a crab boat or go tubing down the Gunpowder River. Go kayaking around Janes Island or raft the wild Youghiogheny River (just “Yok” for short); surf in Ocean City, rock climb in Maryland’s Rocks State, or go mountain biking in Patapsco Valley State Park. Starting to get the picture? Albeit a small state, Maryland is home to amazing outdoor adventures, unique landscapes, and some pretty amazing glamping rentals. So plan your Ocean City vacation, your weekend getaways from Baltimore, and pick all your favorite Maryland vacation spots. Whether it's a tree house camp, Maryland cabin rental, or yurt, glamping has something perfect for you. Don't book a Chesapeake hotel, forget about Baltimore motels, and go glamping in Maryland!
In the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S., Maryland has four distinct seasons. Summer, when most people visit, is pretty warm and sunny with highs around 90°F; while the winters can be quite cold, with lows in the 20s F. Many people also visit Maryland for the Preakness horse race, which is in May, and Baltimore’s Artscape in July. So whether you decide to visit Deep Creek, Maryland for a lake vacation or head to the Chesapeake Bay, Glamping Hub has got you covered through out all four seasons!