Maryland is home to Oriole Park at Camden Yards and six iconic minor league parks across the state. From the charm of the hand-operated scoreboard in southern Maryland’s Regency Furniture Stadium to the cutting-edge amenities and uninterrupted sight lines of Camden Yards, you’re never far from the perfect home-run experience.
With more than 3,100 miles of shoreline, there are plenty of places to sink your toes in the sand. From the beaches of Ocean City and Assateague on the Atlantic Coast to the shores of the Chesapeake, Maryland’s got sun, surf, accommodations and plenty of sand—all waiting and ready for you.
Maryland is one of the 13 original colonies and home to nearly 400 years of history. Come learn about the people and places that shaped our American identity, from the fight for independence and struggle for equality to the race for the skies and stars. Plan your trip to discover it all.
Take in sublime river views as you hike along the Potomac. Experience history on paths that pass through real Civil War bunkers. Cross relaxing nature trails that are home to bald eagles, beavers and more. No matter where the path takes you, you’re never far from unique things to do and places to stay.
Maryland’s sporting landscape is the perfect place for fans of all kinds. We’re home to stars in many major sports, as well as two NFL teams, one MLB team, six minor league baseball teams, various NCAA Division I college teams, the second leg of the Triple Crown and the Sailing Capital of the World.