The 10 Towns of Calvert County

Calvert County is a history-rich area. Whether you prefer small towns, suburban neighborhoods, or beach towns, Calvert has something for everyone. Here are the 10 towns of Calvert County.

Prince Frederick

Prince Frederick is the County Seat of Calvert County. If you enjoy small-town life, you’ll love Prince Frederick. Its 4-square miles makes for a cozy atmosphere where everybody knows everybody. Despite its small sizes, it has a nice variety of places to live including apartments, houses, even condos. Prince Frederick has a rich history that’s just as interesting to explore as it’s parks and wildlife.

If you’re looking for fun things to do in Prince Frederick, here’s a quick must-see list.

  • Mully’s Brewery
  • The Spaceflight America Museum and Science Center
  • American Chestnut Land Trust
  • Calvert County Historical Society

Prince Frederick’s 12 neighborhoods:

  • Bayside Forest
  • Bowens
  • Clay Hammond/Lottie Fowler
  • College Station
  • Dares Beach
  • Deer Crossing
  • German Chapel
  • Hallowing Point Rd
  • Prince Frederick
  • Sherry Lane
  • Silverwood Farms
  • Simmons Ridge

Chesapeake Beach

Chesapeake Beach is the largest estuary in the United States and a beautiful Calvert County town to live in. There’s plenty to do and see there. You can take a boat tour, visit the water park, or admire some unique art at Bruce Snake Gabrielson’s Surf Art Gallery and Museum. To get a little history of the area, visit Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum.

Looking for a place to call home? Here’s are some of the various neighborhoods in Chesapeake Beach.

  • Bayside Road
  • Bayview Hills
  • Breezy Point Beach
  • Breezy Point Estates
  • Bristol Dr
  • Calvert
  • Chesapeake Beach
  • Chesapeake Village
  • Lake Karylbrook
  • Neeld Estate
  • Richfield Station
  • Summer City
  • The Highlands
  • Willows Colony

Lusby

Lusby is one of the towns in Calvert County that’s more of a family-oriented suburbia. For golf-lovers, there’s a beautiful 6,500-yard course. The Flag Ponds Nature Park is a great place for the kids to run around outside. Lusby is also home to one of Maryland’s oldest continually-working lighthouses.

Here are some of Lusby’s neighborhoods.

  • Calvert Cliffs
  • Chesapeake Ranch-Drum Pt
  • Coster Rd
  • Cove of Calvert
  • Cove Point Beach
  • Cove Point Woods
  • Drum Point
  • Mill Bridge Rd
  • Ranch Estates
  • Rio Grande Trail
  • Trueman Road Warriors
  • White Sands

Solomons

Solomons is a town for people who love the water. It has marinas, seafood restaurants, and a scenic riverside boardwalk. It’s often a hotspot for visitors from the Baltimore-Washington area who want to get away from the hustle and bustle.

  • Some of Solomons neighborhoods include:
  • Solomon’s Landing
  • Solomon’s Island
  • Patuxent Point
  • Harbor Point

Dunkirk

Dunkirk is the perfect spot for those who want to commute to D.C., but would rather live in a little fishing town than the big city. Here are some of its neighborhoods.

  • Apple Green
  • Lakewood Estates
  • Woodland Farms

North Beach

North Beach is a town full of parks like Callis Park, Wetlands Overlook Park, Sunrise Garden, and the Walton Beach Nature Preserve. If you love hiking and being outside, check out these North Beach neighborhoods.

  • Chesapeake Lighthouse
  • Holland Point
  • North Beach
  • Rose Haven

Huntingtown

Huntingtown boasts some very highly rated public schools. It’s a nice town for families to settle down in. Here are some of its neighborhoods.

  • Castleton
  • Deerfield
  • Emmanuel Church Rd
  • Evans Rd & Plum Point Are
  • Gates Res & Chance Run
  • Holland Cliffs Shores
  • Hunting Creek Rd
  • Huntingfields Manor
  • Hunting Hills Estates
  • Huntingtown
  • Jacksonville
  • Logans Rest
  • Lorins Pride
  • Marley Run
  • MF Bowen Road
  • Peach Blossom Farm
  • Ponds Wood
  • Queensberry
  • Twin Ponds
  • Walnut Creek
  • Wilson Rd

Owings

There’s an interesting assortment of activities available in Owings, Maryland. This includes a performing arts center, a pumpkin theatre, and the Caves Valley Golf Club. Here are some of Owings’ neighborhoods.

  • 5th St
  • Chaneyville/LowerMarlboro
  • Chaneyville Rd
  • East Mount Harmony
  • Lower Marlboro Rd
  • Mt Harmony/Chesapeake
  • Owings
  • Ridge View Estates

Saint Leonard

At Saint Leonard’s Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, they host a yearly event called American Indian Heritage Day. The Museum re-created a small Native American village where families can enjoy learning about Native American culture. Saint Leonard’s neighborhoods include:

  • Mackall Estates

Brooms Island

Brooms Island is home to Patuxent Seafood. It’s a seafood business that specializes in high-quality, fresh, farm-raised oysters and Maryland blue crabs. Visitors love the delicious seafood and friendly atmosphere at this family-owned business. Brooms Island neighborhoods include:

  • Broomes Island

Towns and Neighborhoods of Calvert

If you explore this list of towns and neighborhoods in Calvert County, you’re bound to find a few that you love. But what’s the best place to go for a day trip? See my next post to find out.

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