Retirement Communities in Maryland
and Other Local Points of Interest






Above: Among the top favorite retirement communities in Maryland is Ocean Pines, popular for its beautiful golf courses and close proximity to Ocean City. That's why Ocean Pines has more retirees than any other city in Maryland.

Photo: oceancitygolf.com  





This page features facts and photos pertaining to the state of Maryland, from cities, to beaches, to retirement villages, and many other local destinations. 

Use this page as an overview of Maryland, or to help you make a list of things to do when you visit.

 



Below: The Ocean City Boardwalk.

Photo: ripleys.com



facts about maryland

1. Maryland's official state flower is the Black-Eyed Susan.

2. Maryland's official state tree is the White Oak.

3. Maryland 's official state bird is the Baltimore Oriole.

4. Maryland's main industry is transportation, although agriculture also contributes significantly to the economy. 

5. Maryland is divided into six geographical regions: Western, Capital, Central, Upper Eastern, Lower Eastern, and Southern.

6. The ten largest cities in Maryland (by population size) are Baltimore, Columbia, Germantown, Silver Spring, Waldorf, Glen Burnie, Ellicott City, Frederick, Dundalk and Rockville, in that order.

7. The state of Maryland is home to 40 State Parks and one National Park.

8.  Native American Indian Tribes form Maryland include the Accohannock and the Piscataway.




Above: An aerial view of Annapolis.

image: marylandstate.blogspot.com





Below: A charming close up view of Annapolis

image: MarketWatch



The state of Maryland is home to 13 Universities, including University of Maryland, which has five campuses.  Here's an alphabetical list of the other twelve Universities in Maryland:


  1. Baltimore Hebrew University
  2. Bowie State University
  3. Coppin State University
  4. Frostburg State University
  5. Johns Hopkins University
  6. Loyola University
  7. Morgan State University
  8. Mount Saint Mary's University
  9. Saint Mary's Seminary & University
  10. Salisbury University
  11. Towson University
  12. University of Baltimore




Below: The shopping village at Baltimore Harbor.

Photo: adarshh.com



Above: A street Musician at Federal Hill in South Baltimore.

Photo: darkroom.baltimoresun.com




Above: A row home neighborhood in Southeast Baltimore. 

Photo: innerharborcondos.com

 


Retirement Communities in Maryland and other local images


Above: The Edenwald, a posh living option for the seniors of upscale Towson,

is one of the most popular Retirement Communities in Maryland. 

Photo: sgcs.poweredbyindigo.com





Above: The train tracks of Ellicott City. 

Photo: dailyfinance.com




Above: The quaint little seaside village of Saint Michaels. 

Photo: stmichaelsmd.org


 


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