Fun Things to do in Maryland this Fall

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Fun Things to do in Maryland this Fall

If you’re looking for some fun things to do in Maryland this fall, we’ve got you covered.  Depending on where you live, some of these ideas can provide great day trip ideas!  In this article, we explore the communities where Mueller Homes is currently building custom homes and we found there is no shortage of fun things to do in Maryland.  Here are a few ideas from around the communities of Anne Arundel, Howard, Calvert, and Queen Anne’s Counties.   We hope you enjoy the fall season and all that Maryland has to offer!

Calvert County

  • Day Trip to Calvert Cliffs State Park – Take a walk or hike through the trails and along the cliffs while enjoying the shoreline of the lower Chesapeake Bay.  You can searching for fossils, sharks teeth, and more!  Afterwards, head a little far south for great seafood and dining on Solomon’s Island.
  • Running Hare Vineyard – a little bit of Tuscany and Napa right here in Southern Maryland. With wine tastings, live music, and a scenic setting, you’ll enjoy this short ride south – convenient to DC and Baltimore metro areas.

Anne Arundel County

  • Maryland Renaissance Festival – Step back in time and experience the second largest renaissance festival in the United States. The festival features live stages, jousting tournaments, roving actors and skits, and so much more.  Tickets must be purchased in advance, but it’s worth the wait!
  • United States Sailboat Show – Enjoy all that Annapolis has to offer while viewing a harbor full of boats, exhibits, shopping, and more!

Howard County

  • Historic Savage Mill – A vibrant community of shops, artists, and dining.  This place has something for the whole family. Enjoy antique shopping, casual dining, and even a day of play at Terrapin Adventures!  During the holidays, you can also attend the annual Holiday Décor & Bollman Bridge Lighting ceremony!

Queen Anne’s County

  • Chesapeake Bay Bridge Run/Walk – each year thousands of Marylander’s run or walk the eastbound portion of the bridge connecting Anne Arundel and Queen Anne’s counties. Parking and shuttles are available.

 

Enjoy the fall season in Maryland’s beaches, mountains, vineyards and more!  Maryland’s fall weather, beautiful colors of turning leaves, and crisp fall nights for bonfires offers a lot of options for locals and out-of-town visitors.  If you’re ready to get out and do something fun in Maryland this Fall,  more ideas are available at https://www.visitmaryland.org/ .

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