Cove Point Lighthouse & Keeper's Cottage
The site is an idyllic place to slow down and enjoy uninterrupted time with your family and friends.
Founded and began operation in July 2004 and has produced nine award-winning wines.
Built in 1768, the furnace produced goods for the Revolutionary War, relying on the labor of both enslaved and free blacks. National Register of Historic Places.
Explore forested uplands, wetlands and beach habitats of this 545-acre park on three miles of trails, including observation platforms, boardwalk, fishing pier and visitors center.
Built in 1828, one of the oldest continuously working lighthouses in Maryland. On the National Register of Historic Places. Tours provided by Calvert Marine Museum
The park's renowned cliffs, which dominate 30 miles of Chesapeake shoreline, is a treasure trove of 600 known species of fossils.
A family-owned micro winery that produces a number of different wines sure to please the palates of any wine drinker.
Upscale, casual dining overlooking scenic St. Leonard's Creek, featuring succulent seafood and mouth-watering steaks. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
Delicious fresh food-fast.
Local hang out offering tasty pub food while you relax. Home of "shuffle bar."
Chinese food popular for carry-out; small eat-in dining area.
Fried chicken and Asian dishes cooked to order.
Provides high quality food at a great value in a comfortable, family atmosphere.
Southern Maryland's home-style cooking since 1969. Affordable large portions for a healthy appetite.