Visit Our County
Anne Arundel County is a wonderful place to visit in any season. The County is rich in history and natural beauty. It is well renowned for its access to the Chesapeake Bay and a variety of water related activities. In addition, the County is home to the state capital of Annapolis and the United States Naval Academy.
Listed below are links to the County's Historical sites and information about the County's parks. For more information about visiting Anne Arundel County and Annapolis, please visit the Visit Annapolis and Anne Arundel County website.
Anne Arundel County Historical Sites
Anne Arundel County Parks & Trails
Regional ParksRegional parks provide a wide variety of recreation opportunities including sports, picnic areas, water access, and trails. Anne Arundel County’s four regional parks are are focused on “passive” recreation, with sports and athletic facilities located at community parks and sports complexes.
Community and Neighborhood ParksCommunity and neighborhood parks serve similar functions, with community parks generally serving larger areas than neighborhood parks. Community parks are located throughout the County.
Natural Areas and Historic Sites
Water AccessAnne Arundel County parks offers shoreline access (developed and undeveloped) for water activities such as; cartop canoe and kayak launch sites and fishing. Park Directory provides a listing of water activities at regional parks and community parks in Anne Arundel County.
Anne Arundel County TrailsAnne Arundel County Trails are paved or hard surface trails and are designated primarily for recreation although locally they also serve as alternative modes of transportation.
- Bilingual Storytime
- May 21
- Eastport Annapolis Neck Community Library 269 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis, MD 21403
- Voices in Melody Performance
- May 21
- Annapolis Senior Activity Center 119 S. Villa Ave., Annapolis
- Middle School STEM
- May 21
- Edgewater Library 25 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD 21037