05 May One Tank Trips from Bel Air, Maryland
One of the best things about living at Season at Bel Air Apartments is how easy it is to get from your home to exciting and interesting sites around East Central Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay region. If you’re longing to get away from the city for a brief getaway, we’ve picked a few choice “one tank trips” for you.
Short but exciting getaways near Bel Air
1. Explore Havre de Grace.
Havre de Grace, located at the head of the Chesapeake Bay, just off of I-95, Havre de Grace is best known for its historic Concord Point lighthouse, its maritime museum, its Lockhouse museum and its historic downtown shopping district. The area also has numerous marinas where you can get out on the water and enjoy the majestic scenery of the Bay. Don’t miss the town’s many antique stores and lunch at the Tidewater Grill, located right at the waterfront. “Smithsonian” magazine has called Havre de Grace one of the “20 best small towns in the U.S. to visit”.
2. Go fishing on the Bush River.
Some of Maryland’s best fishing spots are located along the Bush River. You can put in at the Bush Declaration Natural Resources Management Area and try your luck fishing for channel catfish, largemouth bass and snakehead. However, these are just the most popular fish in the river. There are more than 120 varieties of fish and sea creatures to be found here.
3. Travel back in time to St. Michael’s Maryland.
Historic St. Michaels is known for its many shops, seafood restaurants and bed and breakfast inns. Located on the east side of the Bay, St. Michaels is home to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, several wineries and miles of hiking and biking trails. Many of the downtown homes and commercial buildings date back to the 1600s. St. Michaels has been voted among the “Top 10 Small Coastal Towns to Visit in America”.
Living in Bel Air apartments doesn’t have to mean traveling a long way to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of East Central Maryland. Your apartment is less than one tank away from fun places like the Bush River, Havre de Grace and historic St. Michaels