Annapolis, the historic capital of Maryland, voted one of the most beautiful towns in America by Condé Nast.  Over 350 years old, this town is a city-wide museum of our country’s past. Located on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Severn River. Home of the US Naval Academy, Annapolis is influenced by collegiate traditions and historical waterfront views. Annapolis provides easy access to the Chesapeake Bay and several rivers and creeks to explore by kayak, paddleboard, or canoe.

Walk downtown Annapolis to check out its’ historic inns, Naval Academy grounds, fine dining and scenic cobblestone streets. Wander the property of The Maryland State House located downtown which is the oldest State House continuous legislative use.

Annapolis is known as the sailing capital of the United States. The Annual U.S. Powerboat and Sailboat Shows bring locals and an international crowd to this small, marine town. Eastport, in Annapolis is a place which takes you from the downtown vibe to a neighborhood feel, while showcasing its old maritime character at the Annapolis Maritime Museum.

Sports fan? Catch a Navy home game or professional Chesapeake Bay Hawks lacrosse game. St. John’s college hosts an annual sold-out croquet match, supporting several local businesses. 

You won’t want to miss the annual events all locals look forward to; St. Patrick’s Day Parade, May Day and US Naval Academy Commissioning.