About the map
This Maryland State Map shows major landmarks and places in Maryland. For example, it features national parks, military bases, research facilities, wildlife refuges, and federal lands.
Maryland has several points of interest for federally-managed parks. At one point, was the only fort that protected the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.
Greenbelt Park is for camping and recreation located near Greenbelt, Maryland. Next, Assateague Island National Seashore is known for wild horses along the beaches and salty marshes of the seashore. There are many historic sites to explore as well, including Fort McHenry, USS Constellation, and many others in the City of Baltimore.
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National Park (NP)
Fort Washington Park
Assateague Island National Seashore
National Wildlife Refuge (NWR)
Eastern Neck NWR
Harpers Ferry NHP
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal NHP
National Bureau of Standards
USDA Research Center
National Institutes of Health Animal Farm
Maryland lakes, rivers and reservoirs
Lakes, rivers and reservoirs
Jennings Randolph Lake
Army, naval and military
Fort Ritchie (Closed)
Aberdeen Proving Ground Military Reservation
Catoctin Mountain Park Army Chemical Center
Antietam National Battlefield
Fort George G Meade
US Naval Academy
Andrews Air Force Base
US Naval Radio Receiving Station
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division
Naval Station Washington, Solomons Complex
Naval Air Station Patuxent River
Bloodsworth Island US Naval Reservation
Blossom Point Field Test Facility
USAF Transmitter Station
NAS Patuxent River
Webster Field Annex
Naval Academy Dairy Farm
US Naval Surface Weapons Center
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