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Enjoy an abundance of autumn activities and family fun on the farm, including hay rides, crafts, petting zoo, maze and so much more. Pick your own fruit and visit the orchard shop for jams, fruit, pumpkins, vegetables and other tasty treats. Milburn Orchards was awarded the 2008 Apple Grower of the Year award at the U.S. Apple Association’s Crop Outlook and Marketing Conference in Chicago.
The Fair Hill Scottish Games are held annually on the 3rd Saturday of May at the Fair Hill Racetrack in Fair Hill, MD. The games became a truly annual event in 1963. After a few years of finding their niche, a few name changes, and a move from Delaware Park to the current location in Fair Hill, Maryland, the games grew to a large event celebrating Scottish music, athletics, and culture.
If you are looking for a special and memorable golf outing, come to Patriots Glen Golf Club. Perhaps you are looking for a customer appreciation golf outing to promote your business and thank your clients or are looking for a place for large family outings, they can set up whatever type of contests you want including Long Drive, Closest to The Pin, Straight Drive, Beat the pro and anything else you can think of.
The Gilpins Falls Covered Bridge is a Burr arch through truss wooden covered bridge near Northeast Cecil County, Maryland. The bridge was constructed by local Cecil County bridgewright Joseph George Johnson in the autumn and winter of 1860-61 across North East Creek. The bridge was erected adjacent to and upstream of Samuel Gilpins mills and dam and crosses the millpond formed by it.
At Elkton Golf and Batting Center, visitors get to hit spheres of varying sizes; the family-friendly sports complex houses an 18-hole miniature golf course, a 30-station driving range, and eight batting cages. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, overhead flood lights keep athletes awash in an electric glow even after the sun goes down.
Bay Venture Outfitters offers two hour guided tours of the marshes in the Elk River launch from Elk River Park and guided tours of the Northeast River launch from the Northeast Community Park. You may also rent single or double person kayaks which come with a quick lesson, oars and life vest(s). Rentals are available Wednesday through Sunday from 10:00AM - 6:00PM.
Cecil Sports Complex is an 18.5 acre parcel of land that plays host to Babe Ruth Baseball, Cecil County Junior League Football, Cecil Soccer League and the Cecil County Parks and Recreation Youth Lacrosse Program. The complex consists of one baseball field. a football field, and a soccer field.
The family owned & woman operated vineyard & winery is located on 440 acres on top of the Bohemia River & Scenic Byway 213 in Chesapeake City, Maryland. The original site of Augustine Herrman’s historical Bohemia Manor Farm. Augustine Herrman was the founder of Bohemia Manor and the first Lord of the manor.
An antique market surrounds a small factory and shop where oak baskets are still handcrafted as they were over 100 years ago. Using techniques passed down through the generations, an array of baskets are produced that are worth their Lifetime Guarantee! Seasonal days and hours; groups and bus tours by appointment.
The vineyard started in 2008 as approximately 5 acres, with three varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay. In 2014, we added two more acres of a Muscat variety, bringing the total to 7 acres in production in 2016. Turkey Point Vineyard Tasting Room and Gift Shop opened on May 1st, 2014 and was an instant success.
The grapes at Dove Valleys award winning winery are grown at the head of the Chesapeake Bay. The winery offers eight varieties of wine, wine tasting, and tours of the vineyard and winery. Special events are held throughout the year. Check the website for dates and times. Winner of 2 silver and 3 bronze medals from the Maryland Wineries Association.
This beautiful village is tucked along the southern banks of the C and D Canal and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has picturesque and colorful 19th Century architecture and features quaint shops, waterfront restaurants, Bed and Breakfast inns, a museum, and canal tours. Huge commercial vessels and pleasure vessels from around the world pass through the canal and slip beneath the bridge.
Cecil County’s own zoo! Come see the tigers, Jimmy the Giraffe, camels, arctic wolves, apes, and children’s petting zoo area, Alpacas, and the new reptile house addition. Feed the animals with food available in the admissions building. Open every day from 10:00AM - 4:00PM, weather permitting.
A mid-eighteenth century tavern located on the banks of the Susquehanna River, it was a prosperous ferry boat landing in colonial years. The Tavern was owned by Col. John Rodgers and frequented by famous folks such as Washington, Lafayette, Rochambeau, and Madison. Official site along the following trails: Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, and Captain John Smith National Historic Water Trail.
This entire town nestled between granite cliffs and the Susquehanna River is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Fascinating architecture, river fishing, and eateries give this town a special flavor. Revitalization efforts are underway and reflect the grandness of its glory days in the 1800s when it was a booming shipping center for the region.