Queen Anne's County, MD

Home away from home for many who work in the Baltimore- Washington region. Queen Anne’s County is a place where families can enjoy comfortable living, great recreation, and quality schools. While still close to urban centers, Queen Anne’s offers convenient shopping, fine dining, and opportunities for higher education at Chesapeake College. When it comes to choices, Queen Anne’s county offers it all: the historic charm of towns settled centuries ago… newer residences on larger, private lots… beautifully planned residential communities… and much more.

Fresh & Local

No matter what part of Queen Anne’s County you’re in, there’s always a fresh farmers market nearby. On Thursday’s locals can head to Kent Island where many locally grown and harvested fruits, vegetables, and other produce can be purchased. Not available on Thursdays? No worries, head to Centreville on Saturday mornings to get your farmers market fix. Both locations offer a broad array of local farmers with their farm fresh produce!

Recreation

Whether you prefer long days on the Chesapeake or adventurous hikes through the woods and marshlands of the Eastern Shore, Queen Anne’s county has it all. From crabbing, fishing, boating, and water-skiing, the rivers and bay offer endless opportunities for fun and relaxation,. If you’re not a water bug, don’t fret. The parks and trails found in Queen Anne’s county offer opportunities for biking, hiking, walking, and sight- seeing.

Not much of an outdoorsy person? Have no fear! The Premium Outlets, located in Queenstown, house over 40 popular and trendy retail stores. Whether you’re in the mood for casual shopping, or looking for something specific, the outlets surely have it.

With such spectacular views at every corner, Queen Anne’s county offers a little something for everyone!

Festivals

If you’re looking for more to do, be sure to check out all of the local festivals that emerge throughout the year. In the early summer months, the Bluegrass in the Blueberries festival attracts visitors of all ages followed by the 4th of July fireworks. In August, you can look forward to the Peach Festival and the Queen Anne’s County Fair! Shortly after the fair comes to town, it is time for the Chesapeake Storytelling Festival in September followed by the Train and Toy show in November! To finish off the year just right, make your way to Centreville for the annual holiday parade and visits with Santa.

No matter what you enjoy, there is always adventure around the corner in Queen Anne’s county!