105 Adelina Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Phone: 410-414-8486 • runningharevineyard.com
Running Hare Vineyard is in the middle of a 291 acre farm. With its rolling hills and Tuscan style events building it is a perfect afternoon escape to sample our international award winning wines. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the vineyard. A little bit of Tuscany and Napa in Southern Maryland.
25 Church Street, Prince Frederick
Phone: 410-535-2897 • www.stpaulspf.org
Constructed in 1841.
2805 Adelina Road, Prince Frederick
Private, unique cabin on a sandy beach with pier. Swimming, crabbing, fishing and kayaks available. Abundant wildlife and bird watching. Isolated on our sustainable working farm. Two queen beds. Charcoal grill. River adventure!
4825 Dennis Monnett Rd.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
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Cape Cod-style farmhouse circa 1920 on private, working farm. Family-style vacation rental, three bedrooms, two baths, full kitchen, sleeps up to eight. Adjacent stable accommodates two horses. Advance reservations, two-night minimum. Pets not allowed.
355 Merrimac Court, Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Phone: 410-535-6800 • 800-565-8815 • Fax: 410-535-9668
Seventy rooms with hair dryer, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, microwave, refrigerator and movies. Free deluxe continental breakfast bar. Jacuzzi suites with fireplace and business suites available. Free cable and high-speed Internet.
40 Commerce Lane, Prince Frederick
410-535-8668 • 800-800-8000 • Fax 410-535-8668
Fifty-seven rooms, continental breakfast, suites, free local calls. Meeting, fitness and whirlpool rooms. Children under 12 free.
The Parkers Creek watershed contains some of the largest unbroken woodlands left in Calvert County. The American Chestnut Land Trust protects the site.
Managed by American Chestnut Land Trust
South Trail Head: On Scientists Cliff Rd. across from 2420 Aspen Rd., Port Republic MD, 20676
North Side Trail Head/Double Oak Farm: 676 Double Oak Rd, Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Mailing Address: PO Box 2363, Prince Frederick 20678
Phone: 410-414-3400 • Fax: 410-414-3402
Fifteen miles of self-guided serene public hiking trails in two locations. Guided hikes are available from spring through fall. Guided canoe trips are offered from spring through fall on beautiful Parkers Creek. Check the online calendar of events for annual family events. Limited access for wheelchairs – must be arranged prior to visit.
Discover something new during every visit.
These trees have knees!
Visitors stopping to look at the swamp’s native plants and wildlife.
2880 Grays Rd., Prince Frederick 20678
Phone: 410-535-5327 • Fax 410-414-3473
Battle Creek Cypress Swamp, a 100-acre ecological sanctuary, includes the northernmost naturally occurring stand of bald cypress trees in America. A nature trail features an elevated boardwalk. The Nature Center houses live animals and exhibits. Classes, demonstrations, field trips and special programs are offered throughout the year. Reservations required for groups of 10 or more.