Nestled on the Chesapeake Bay’s western shore at the northern tip of Calvert County, the Town of North Beach epitomizes “land of pleasant living.”
North Beach has much to offer residents and visitors alike. You can enjoy the sun and the Chesapeake Bay while relaxing on the sandy beach. The boardwalk, lined with blossoming flower beds and dotted with park benches, is very popular among athletes and casual strollers. The fishing pier is a popular spot for those seeking the catch of the day.
North Beach takes great pride in its unique and colorful past, eclectic special events and diverse recreational opportunities!
You will find shopping opportunities for all budgets including antiques, fine arts, novelties and gifts. There are great restaurants and bakeries in town that offer casual and fine dining. The Friday Night Farmers’ Market is the best place to “Buy Local.” Wetlands Overlook Park is a wildlife refuge in tidal marshlands where native species make their homes and seasonal migrants find a welcome place to rest. Special events that cater to families and adults are a major attraction.
North Beach is a community full of choices!
The Bayside History Museum is home to an extensive collection of memorabilia from the surrounding bayside communities. All of North Beach’s attractions are clustered within easy walking distance of each other, making it the perfect place to spend the day. North Beach was recently voted “Best Bay Beach” and “Best Bay Town” and is becoming one of the most sought out venues for outdoor weddings by the beautiful Chesapeake Bay.
The Town of North Beach was originally platted in 1900 and then re-platted in 1908. It was formally incorporated in 1910. It was established as strictly a residential town with ads running in local newspapers proclaiming North Beach as “Washington’s most popular salt water resort.”
Early visitors arrived to the Town via steamboat, railroad, oxen carts, trolley car and automobiles. For more than one hundred years residents and visitors alike have enjoyed the Town’s numerous amenities which included: swimming, crabbing, boating, gambling, fine local restaurants, pier, boardwalk, top named bands, carnivals, parades, hunting, trapping, fun, beauty contests, motor cycles, numerous festivals, search for sharks teeth, fossils, farmer’s market and summer breezes.
Revitalization began in the 1980s, and escalated in the 1990s. Tropical Storm Isabel destroyed many of the waterfront homes and boardwalk in 2003. Since then, the waterfront of North Beach has been rebuilt with multi-story homes and a condominium.
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