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Romantic, peaceful, and yes, in Maryland!

Romantic, peaceful, and yes, in Maryland!

This untouched Maryland gem is a little slice of paradise worth checking out.  Janes Island State Park, Crisfield

You're Guaranteed To Love This Quiet And Gorgeous State Park In Maryland

This untouched Maryland gem is a little slice of paradise worth checking out. Janes Island State Park, Crisfield

Whether you are looking for a few hours of tranquil paddling, or a full-day expedition and overnight experience, you'll find it at Janes Island State Park.

Whether you are looking for a few hours of tranquil paddling, or a full-day expedition and overnight experience, you'll find it at Janes Island State Park.

Carolla, North Carolina

Carolla, North Carolina

Located in Montgomery County, Soleado Lavender Farm is a little known slice of paradise near the base of Sugarloaf Mountain.

The Beautiful Lavender Farm Hiding In Plain Sight In Maryland That You Need To Visit

Located in Montgomery County, Soleado Lavender Farm is a little known slice of paradise near the base of Sugarloaf Mountain.

Secluded spots in MD you must visit

13 Hidden Places In Maryland Only Locals Know About

Cast off in your canoe and explore miles of marsh in solitude.  Just you and nature.

Cast off in your canoe and explore miles of marsh in solitude. Just you and nature.

Cranesville Swamp There are five trails to choose from, all less than 2 miles long. There are some wet and boggy areas, so please bring proper footwear.  One of the highlights of the preserve is the 1,500-foot boardwalk, which allows for easy exploration over the wettest parts of the bog. Take your time and get a closeup look at the sphagnum moss, sundew and tamarack.

Cranesville Swamp There are five trails to choose from, all less than 2 miles long. There are some wet and boggy areas, so please bring proper footwear. One of the highlights of the preserve is the 1,500-foot boardwalk, which allows for easy exploration over the wettest parts of the bog. Take your time and get a closeup look at the sphagnum moss, sundew and tamarack.

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