Chesapeake Beach is a town in Calvert County, Maryland. Its major attractions include a Railway Museum & Trail, the Chesapeake Beach Water Park, marinas, piers, charter boat fishing, and a Veterans Memorial Park. The population is about 5,753.
Chesapeake Beach, located in Calvert County, Maryland, where there are still places to discover and to enjoy with your family and friends. In Chesapeake Beach you’ll find quiet secluded beaches, waterfront restaurants, succulent seafood, water park activities and events, and quaint, historic, hometown, quality of life our residents enjoy year-round.
Chesapeake Beach thrived as a destination resort during the early 1900’s. The train station that brought early visitors arrived to the area remains as a museum which recounts the history of the resort town.
Things to do in Chesapeake Beach include taking a charter fishing trip, going to the beach, visiting the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum to learn about the area’s history, cooling off at the Chesapeake Beach water park, or try your luck at the Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa’s gaming rooms.
The town of Chesapeake Beach has a long history as destination for visitors. In the town’s early days, a railroad brought visitors out from the city for some fun in the sun.
Visitors can also use Chesapeake Beach as a home base for exploring other places nearby, such as Maryland’s capital city of Annapolis and the diverse attractions of St. Mary’s County.
If you’re planning a vacation or trip within the Chesapeake Bay region, you have lots of options for where to stay and how to get there.