Depicts historical lifestyles of rural Caroline County. The museum includes the Taylor-Brown Dwelling, the Painter's Range log cabin and portions of the Chance's Desire and Skillington's Right properties.
Nestled along Watts Creek and the Choptank River, the park offers excellent camping and cabin facilities. Fishing and boating are popular activities for park users.
The region's premier resource for fiber artists and fiber arts enthusiasts.
Golf course, restaurant, waterfront weddings and events.
The first Carmelite Monastery in the United States, Mount Carmel was established in 1790 by Mother Bernardina Matthews, her two nieces, Sister Mary Aloysia and Sister Mary Eleanora, and Sister Clare Joseph.