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Fossil and Shark Teeth Hunt Adventure Package with Lunch and Dinner
"Begin your adventure at 10am at Flag Ponds Nature Park where a shark expert greets you and goes over the exciting itinerary with your group. Comb for fossils including shark teeth along the shores of Chesapeake Bay. Let your expert guide analyze any of the treasures you may come across and tell you what you've discovered among the millions of fossils and shark teeth. After comparing your discoveries and treasures at t get an up-close look at live sea life including stingrays river otters turtles
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Gardens and Grapes Winery Package with Lunch and Dinner
"9:45am - Start your adventure at the reception desk of the Hilton Garden Inn Solomons. Your packet with itinerary and directions will be ready to go. They'll be expecting you at each stop. No tour guide needed as all reservations have been made. All food activities instructors and equipment included.10:00am to noon - Explore the interwoven beauty of nature and art at Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center. This charming garden features a 1/4 mile walking path through the woods past permanent and loaned including works from the National Gallery of Art. 12:30 to1:30pm - Drive just down the road to the cozy Ruddy Duck Brewery and Grill for a yummy lunch. 2:00 to 3:30pm - Head over the bridge for a delicious wine tasting at the award-winning with indoor and outdoor seating on the boundaries of a beautiful public park. Includes complimentary bottle of wine per person. 4:00pm - Have dinner at the Ruddy Duck Seafood and Alehouse with amazing views of the Potomac. Local farm-to-table entr""
From $94.00
 
Fossil and Shark Teeth Hunt Adventure Package with Lunch and Dinner
"Begin your adventure at 10am at Flag Ponds Nature Park where a shark expert greets you and goes over the exciting itinerary with your group. Comb for fossils including shark teeth along the shores of Chesapeake Bay. Let your expert guide analyze any of the treasures you may come across and tell you what you've discovered among the millions of fossils and shark teeth. After comparing your discoveries and treasures at t get an up-close look at live sea life including stingrays river otters turtles
From $94.00

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Oyster Festival

What has put Leonardtown on the map (other than as the county seat of St. Mary's County) is the Oyster Festival which is held the third weekend in October. There is food of course, and rides for the...
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Nook and Monks: Closed

There are a large number of restaurants in Leonardtown considering that the town square is only about two blocks long with a narrow park in the middle.But one that isn't there anymore is Nooks and...
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Food and Drink at the Oyster Festival

DEB's oldest son comes down for the festival to drink beer. Barb's husband comes for the seafood. He was quite disappointed - no steamed shrimp for two years in a row. Barb isn't drinking beer,...
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County Fair

The County Fair is the third weekend in September every year. If you showed in the County Fair 4-H divisions and won, you qualified for the State Fair in Timonium. The State Fair was the following end...
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Home

This is a common architechtural style in this area. My house is around 155 years old. It was originally called Love Cottage.It is now painted a similar color (according to the paint in the lowest...
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Entrance Fee

Caledon State Park is a self pay recreation area. Although the visitor center is open and staffed by volunteers. The entrance fee is $3.00 for weekdays and $4.00 for weekends. The problem with the...
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Smoot House Visitor Center

The Smoot house was built in 1910 and has served as a visitor center since 1974 when the property was donated by Mrs. Ann Hopewell Hewitt Smoot. There are a few volunteer staff that are very friendly...
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