- TripBuzz found 127 things to do with kids in or near Queenstown, Maryland, including 126 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Pasadena, Edgewater and St. Michaels.
- From Queenstown Harbor Golf Links to Old Love Point Park, the Queenstown area offers 104 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Parks, Theaters and History Museums.
Two large components make up the children's playground at Old Love Point Park with one section for toddlers while the other is aimed at older children. Several athletic fields, lighted basketball courts, and tennis courts are available in the park as well.
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412 Congressional Drive, Stevensville, MD 21666 MoreLess Info
Serving the Chesapeake Bay region, Caribbean Offshore Adventures offers visitors vessels to explore the bay with for multiple day trips. Visitors can choose from having the boat operated by the captain, or themselves if they have a sailing background.
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408 Old Love Point Road, Stevensville, MD 21666 MoreLess Info
Located in a 19th century building, Historic Stevensville Post Office is a historic building managed by the Kent Island Historical Society. During the weekends, the post office is open to the public for tours and events.
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409-415 Love Point Road, Stevensville, MD 21666 MoreLess Info
An interesting historical building designed in the Classical architectural style, the Historic Stevensville Bank was originally constructed in 1903. The bank has now been converted into a working law office.
Terrapin Nature Park is a local waterfront park comprising of a vast shoreline and many acres of wetlands which make it popular wildlife watching and sightseeing destination. Visitors can also enjoy other activities here such as hiking, biking and more.
Grays Inn Creek Marina offers boat storage, maintenance, and docking services, as well as slip rentals with electric service. The Marina offers a prime fishing location and conditions, as well as access to scenic secluded inlets.
Pickering Creek Audubon Center is a 400-acre working farm located next to Pickering Creek. Visitors can view many habitats surrounding the center including hardwood forests, marshes, meadows, wetlands, tidal creeks, and cropland.