Although there are 50 states to choose from when you turn your attention to the United States, the state of Maryland is one that is quite diverse. A relatively small state in terms of size, it is not lacking in things to do, places to see and items that will keep you interested for a lifetime. From the largest city of Baltimore to the mountains in Western Maryland, it is full of beauty and diversity. Let’s take a look at Maryland from the east to the west.
The East Coast of Maryland is a very popular area, and Ocean City is the place to be if you plan on heading to the East Coast. It offers the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and plenty of fun and sun when the summertime is in full swing.
Just off of the beach you have the Ocean City boardwalk, which is a great area to visit on your own or with the family. Regardless of whether you are going on vacation or if you are looking for a nice place to call home, Ocean City is an option that should not be overlooked.
In the middle of the state, you have the city of Baltimore, which is the largest city in Maryland. It is quite impressive as far as its size is concerned, and it also has an influence that reaches far out into the countryside. It is easy to access Washington DC from Baltimore as well, and the distance between the two cities is full of smaller areas that tend to be commuter towns.
To the northwest of Baltimore, you have plenty of small towns and history to consider. The larger towns in that area include Frederick and Hagerstown, but there are many small towns that cover this countryside. These are also an excellent choice when it comes to raising the family or if you are looking for a comfortable place to live to travel into the city.
Finally, we have Western Maryland, which is a beautiful place to visit and a comfortable place to live. Plenty of mountain scenery and area to stretch your legs exist in the western part of the state.
Regardless of whether you are going to buy property or if you plan on renting, this state offers much to those who plan on calling it home. I’m sure that you would agree once you take a look.