Annapolis is a cobblestone street kind of town, a city with a rich maritime history that isn’t afraid to show it off. Situated on the shores of the Chesapeake bay, Annapolis is a quick jaunt from both Baltimore and Washington D.C., making it the home of many discerning commuters. But as Maryland’s capital city, and the county seat of Anne Arundel County, Annapolis has plenty of visitors of its own. The Maryland State House, a dining scene full of local institutions like Chick and Ruth’s Delly, and the city’s status as the a boating hot spot are just some of the reasons people come to Annapolis.
Perhaps the most notable Annapolis residents are the students in sailor suits, thanks to presence of the United States Naval Academy. This means concerts by the Naval Academy Band, and Navy Midshipmen football games at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium. Annapolis is also home to St. John’s College, one of the oldest private colleges in the nation.
Besides getting on a boat and experiencing the natural beauty of the Chesapeake, there are plenty of outdoors escapes in Anne Arundel County that are close to Annapolis. The Anne Arundel County Trails are a system of paved greenways for biking, running, and inline skating. The Bacon Ridge Natural Area is a park with 1,000 acres to explore.
Some of Anne Arundel County’s other towns and attractions include the scenic cliffs and beaches of Arnold, the rural exurb of Davidsonville, and the upscale Highland Beach community.
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