Cape May, known as the Queen of the Seaside Resorts, distinguishes itself with pristine beaches, ample amenities and a promenade that would make any seashore town memorable. But what really distinguishes this city is its rich Victorian architecture and history. Just 147 miles away from Baltimore, on just a tank of gas, the Lower Cape promises plenty of fun to fill a road trip getaway.
Maryland’s Eastern Shore is famous for its beauty and bountiful seafood, and there’s so much more to it than the famous Ocean City. Gems scattered throughout the Eastern Shore run from Cecil County to Dorchester County, including relaxing beaches, exciting playtime and some of the best dining and lodging this area has to offer.