Places to Visit in Prince Frederick

Many people might think that Prince Frederick, Maryland is in the middle of nowhere and that there is nothing to do. On the contrary, Prince Frederick is filled with history and historic landmarks. The next time you are planning a trip on the Maryland peninsula, not only should you eat at Adams Grille Prince Frederick – you should also check out some of the local spots. There are a lot of places to visit in Prince Frederick, but we would like to name a few.

Calvert Marine Museum

A great place to take the whole family! Learn more about the Chesapeake Bay and some local Prince Frederick local history.

1. Calvert Marine Museum

With only being 18 minutes from our location, the Calvert Marine Museum is a wonderful place to take a family. Learn about the ever-changing world of the Chesapeake Bay. Furthermore, you can discover how humans shaped region over time and how they used its waters for survival and profit. Also, the museum holds numerous summer concerts. Plan your next trip here.

2. Annmarie Garden

Not far from the Calvert Marine Museum is the Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center. The sculpture garden features a 1/4 mile walking path that travels through the woods past permanent sculptures. Additionally, Annmarie also offers classes for all ages and abilities from pottery to dance – taught by professional artists and arts educators. Explore this special garden where nature and art meet. Get inspired here.

Flag Ponds Nature Park

Flag Ponds Nature Park is a great place for a family day trip!

3. Flag Ponds Nature Park

Under 15 minutes away, the Flag Ponds Nature Park is a sight to see if you haven’t been there. If you’re looking for a relaxing time on the water with the family, then this park is the perfect place. Flag Ponds Nature Park is a 500-acre nature preserve located along the Chesapeake Bay that offers a beach and a few hiking trails, a fishing pier. picnic areas, and nature programs. Not to mention, the park is also dog-friendly! Plan your beach trip here.

4. Calvert Cliffs State Park

Similar to the Flag Ponds Nature Park, the Calvert Cliffs State Park has a lot of similar activities to do at the park. Calvert Cliffs State Park is a day-use park featuring a sandy beach, unique fossils, recycled tire playground, fishing, a freshwater and tidal marshland, and 13 miles of hiking trails located in Calvert County. You’re going to need to refuel after this visit, so swing by Adams Prince Frederick after the long hike. Plan your next adventure here.

5. Running Hare Vineyard

Running Hare Vineyard

Yes, this vineyard exists in Southern Maryland. Stop dreaming, and start doing. Plan a trip and visit the Running Hare Vineyard.

Although children are welcome, it’s a nice little getaway if you’re looking for some alone time. We highly suggest the Running Hare Vineyard for a quiet and scenic retreat. It’s the first winery in the state that offers craft beer and wine from all location. Enjoy the Running Hare Vineyard with live music on Saturday and Sunday with a little bit of Tuscany and Napa right here in Southern Maryland. Plan your escape here.

Thinking about embarking on a trip to Southern Maryland? Well, make sure you stop by Adams Prince Frederick for some good ol’ hearty barbecue. In addition, check out some local history while you’re in the area – you won’t be disappointed.