You Must  Visit These  19 Amazing State Parks in Maryland

The Eastern Shore is teeming with wildlife sanctuaries and parks if you’re a nature lover.

And if you’re just looking for a place to relax and take a break from the world, there is no shortage of State Parks in Maryland.

Seneca Creek State Park

The expansive 6,300 acres of Seneca Creek State Park offer a little bit of everything, from forests and fields to lakes and streams.

Patapsco Valley State Park

The park spans over 16,000 acres and eight developed recreational areas, making it the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

Assateague Island State Park

Assateague State Park is located on an island off the coast of Maryland and is best known for its free-roaming ponies.

Swallow Falls State Park

Royally resting on the west bank of the Youghiogheny River, Swallow Falls State Park is one of Maryland’s hidden gems.

South Mountain State Park

At South Mountain State Park, visitors can walk in the steps of the Civil war soldiers of the 1862 battle of south mountain.

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