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Counties in Maryland that I have Visited

There are 24 counties in Maryland
The Free State

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Maryland County Outline Map

Maryland, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 24 Counties = 100% of Counties in Maryland


Demolition Derby

Demolition Derby at
Upperco, Baltimore County, Maryland
See my Demolition Derby Page

State Capitol in Montgomery
State Highpoint at Cheaha Mountain


Interesting Maryland county trivia

Counties in Maryland

Below are the 24 counties in Maryland. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Allegany: Uncle Tucker's Brewhouse; Cumberland; Maryland Insterstate Adventure; Great Allegheny Passage; Savages; Frostburg Depot, WMSR; Mason & Dixon Line
  2. Anne Arundel: A Secret Revealed; DeKalb; Mistaken Identity; Chesapeake Bay Car Ferries; Reversible
  3. Baltimore: Demolition Derby; Mistaken Identity
  4. Baltimore (Independent City): Last Place in the U.S.; Baltimore Brewing Company; Capitol City Brewing Company; Sisson's / South Baltimore Brewing Co.; Wharf Rat; How Low Can it Go?; Vulnerable to Invasion; A Precious Tip; Where the Stadium Once Stood
  5. Calvert: Smallest county in Maryland (215 square miles); Solomons Island; The Spots Not Covered
  6. Caroline
  7. Carroll
  8. Cecil
  9. Charles
  10. Dorchester
  11. Frederick: Largest county in Maryland (663 square miles); Frederick Keys; Brewer's Alley Restaurant and Brewery; Frederick Brewing Co.; Point of Rocks Train Station; Journey Through Hallowed Ground; Canal Becomes Subway; Beltway Sniper Arrest; Utica Mills Bridge; Loys Station Bridge; Roddy Road Bridge; LeGore Bridge
  12. Garrett: Accident; Hoye-Crest
  13. Harford
  14. Howard: Delphia
  15. Kent: Smallest county population in Maryland (19,197 people in 2000 Census); Adjacent Counties, Same Name, Different States.
  16. Montgomery: Largest county population in Maryland (873,341 people in 2000 Census); Gaithersburg Doughnut Hole; Growlers; Olde Towne Tavern & Brewing Co.; Summit Station; White's Ferry; Poison Ivy Bench; Captains Less Prestigious; Playing Both Sides of the Street; The Degree Confluence Project; Bowls; Order in the Court; New Urbanism Viewed through Maps; International Latitude Observatories; Delphia; Duckpins!
  17. Prince George's: Historic Fort Lincoln; A Secret Revealed
  18. Queen Anne's: Chesapeake Bay Car Ferries; Reversible
  19. Somerset
  20. St. Mary's: I Call Bull Shark; Three Notches; Saint Marys River; Tippity Wichity; He Went Thata Way; Middling; Outside of California; Hollywood
  21. Talbot
  22. Washington: Antietam Topography; Narrowest Point in Maryland (Hancock - less than 2 miles); Sideling Hill
  23. Wicomico: Evolution Craft Brewing Co.; Mardela to Delmar; Amazing Road Distances
  24. Worcester


Quick facts about Maryland

Sources:

(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.