Calvert Cliffs State Park located in Calvert County, offers more than 24 miles of stunning views along their shoreline. With the massive cliffs along the Chesapeake Bay, visitors can enjoy the beauty the park has to offer.
The cliffs were formed over 10 to 20 million years ago when they were covered by the sea. As the sea receded, the cliffs started to erode creating their beauty you can see today. Maryland.org notes, the cliffs are home to more than 600 known species some of which include: “sharks, whales, rays and seabirds that were the size of small airplanes.”
Other than looking for fossils and enjoying the scenery, visitors can enjoy a sandy beach, playground, fishing, a freshwater and tidal marshland and 13 miles of hiking trails.
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