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From the ocean beaches of Ocean City and Assateague on the Atlantic Coast, to the shores of the Chesapeake and her tributaries, to spring-fed swimming holes and mountain lakes, Maryland’s got sun, surf and plenty of sand just waiting for you!
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Top tip: Be sure to stop by the 78-foot waterfall for which the park is named; it’s spectacular—and the state’s largest.
There’s plenty to do, and the Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa offers upscale digs if you’re looking to get away from it all.
Highlights: It’s the ideal spot for beach camping, made extraordinary by the presence of the famous wild horses that roam the park.
Home to bald eagles, island foxes, dolphins, whales, and of course the beautiful horses, it’s no wonder Highlights: This state park offers stunning bay views, as well as swimming, fishing and hiking.
The Hammerman area of this large state park has a popular beach and swimming area—get there early to make sure you get a great spot.
Amenities: There’s a concession stand, small boat launch and a place to rent kayaks and paddleboards, too.