515 Garner Lane, Lusby, MD 20657
Phone: 410-394-1933 • www.solomonsislandwinery.com
Solomons Island Winery is a family owned winery located along the idyllic shores of Hungerford Creek, just north of Solomons Island. Solomons Winery is best known for its fruit infused varietal wines named Solomons Island Mist. Other premium wines are produced seasonally and have won many awards.
755 Cove Point Road, Lusby, MD 20657
Phone: 410-326-0949 • covepointwinery.com
Cove Point Winery is a small micro-winery located in Lusby, Maryland. As Southern Maryland’s first winery, Cove Point Winery produces dozens of award-winning wines from reds, whites, and fruit blends. Almost half our wines are produced from locally grown fruit throughout Southern Maryland, making us the largest local purchaser for winemaking.
13575 Olivet Road, Lusby
Phone: 410-326-8400 • www.olivet-umc.com
10200 H.G. Trueman Road, Lusby
Phone: 410-326-4948 • www.middlehamandstpeters.org
10970 Cedar Drive, Lusby
Great beach house, one block from the beach, at Cove Point on the Chesapeake Bay near Solomons. Three bedrooms, one and a half baths, sleeps six. Fully equipped modern kitchen, cable, Internet, linens, screened porch and wraparound deck. Pets negotiable.
10963 Beach Drive, Lusby
Phone: 703-587-7832 • Fax 240-489-6800
www.HomeAway.com (Property No. 168407)
Modern, smoke-free, year-round retreat in the desirable and private Cove Point Beach community. Central AC/heat, fully-equipped three bedrooms and two full baths, sleeps six to eight. Dogs allowed with additional deposit. Advance reservations, two-night minimum/weekly in summer.
1450 Dares Beach Rd., Prince Frederick 20678
Built in the early 1880s, the school is the oldest standing one-room schoolhouse for African American students in Calvert County. Offering education for grades 1 through 7, it was built in the early 1880s and remained in use until 1934. Located on the grounds of Calvert Elementary School.
Sharp-eyed visitors may find sharks teeth and other Miocene fossils along Flag Ponds
A short, half-mile hike brings you to the park’s
1525 Flag Ponds Pkwy., Lusby 20657
Phone: 410-586-1477 • 410-535-5327 • Fax 410-586-3780
Once a pound-net fishing station on the Chesapeake Bay, Flag Ponds Nature Park displays a remarkable variety of natural environments from sandy beaches to freshwater ponds and the forested heights of Calvert Cliffs. Hiking trails, fossil hunting, observation platforms, wetlands boardwalk, fishing pier, the beach and visitors center with wildlife exhibits. Picnic tables and grills are provided. No lifeguards or nettle nets. Swim at your own risk. Limited wheelchair access.
Early morning light casts a golden glow onto the cliffs.
Calvert Cliffs are a favorite place to go for a walk on the beach.
Low tide offers visitors an opportunity to search for sharks teeth at certain times of the day.
10540 H.G. Trueman Rd., Lusby 20657
Phone: 301-743-7613 • Fax 301-743-9405
Hike through this 1,460-acre wooded state park to the majestic Calvert Cliffs on the Chesapeake Bay. Formed over 15 million years ago, the cliffs contain over 600 species of fossils. Ideal for hiking, picnicking, fishing and fossil hunting. Two-mile walk to the beach. Large tire park. Information available for pavilion rentals, youth camping or hunting. Limited wheelchair access.