Situated just off the Potomac River, Leonardtown, MD, is a little town with a "never say die" community spirit and a rejuvenated waterfront.
A vibrant city with an old soul and youthful enthusiasm, Hampton, VA, offers much for visitors. Here are five highlights.
Exploring the Rappahannock, the longest free-flowing river on the East Coast at 195 miles long. ~By Craig Ligibel
Washington, DC, is known for many things, including its monuments, eclectic neighborhoods, museums, and of course the cherry blossoms. The next time you’re in the nation’s capital,...
Just west of Norfolk, the city of Portsmouth has miles of waterfront along the Elizabeth River as part of the harbor of Hampton Roads.
Founded in 1610, Hampton has been the site of important colonial growth, early commerce and trade, key Civil War events, and the beginning days of NASA.
Whether arriving by boat on the Chester River or driving in via Route 213, a visit to Chestertown, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, is well worth the trip.
North East, MD, is a quaint town at the head of the Chesapeake Bay, 50 miles from Baltimore. By Kaylie Jasinski