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North Beach MD Cottage - Meditate Relax
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Entire residential home · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
North Beach MD Cottage - Meditate RelaxOur home (Crystal Cove) meditate with several different crystals, tuning bowl or shamanic drum. Just 3 blocks from the board walk/ beach, 2 blocks from restaurants, 1 mile from Herrington Harbour South. Beach pass for 4 people. We are happy to share our home with you. Kick back and relax all year round. All guest ID must one verifies with. >> Our NO PET POLICY IS DUE TO ALLERGIES<<.
Club Carp North Beach - Steps to the Bay!
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Entire cottage · 6 guests · 5 beds · 2 baths
Club Carp North Beach - Steps to the Bay!Welcome to Club Carp North Beach. A charming and cozy cottage just 3 blocks to the Boardwalk/Beach. Renovated throughout with three bedrooms and two full baths. Perfect place for a relaxing, family vacation! This kid-friendly home has a large fenced yard with a swing set, play area for the kiddos, and lots of extra amenities with families in mind. Comfortable outdoor dining area with fire pit and gas grill. Just steps to restaurants, shopping, and bars. (We are at Dayton and 7th st)
Bayside Oasis of Southern Maryland
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Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Bayside Oasis of Southern Maryland1 1/2 blocks from the beautiful Chesapeake Bay. Walk to boardwalk, restaurants and shopping. Beach opens, with some restrictions, May 28, 2021. Free beach pass provided. Quiet friendly town where everyone knows your name. King bed, private bath with shower (no tub). Free WiFi, private off street parking, 45” TCL-Roku TV, Echo Dot, Keurig w/pods for coffee and tea, full kitchen (no dishwasher), beach chairs, beach towels, dishes, flatware, pots pans. Chesapeake Beach is 1-mile south on Rt 262.

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Waterfront Cottage Near Herrington and North Beach
$122 per night
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*NEW* Beautiful beachfront condo, stunning views!
$210 per night
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Spacious Eco-Conscious Beach House With Full Loft
$187 per night
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Warm Home Overlooking the Chesapeake Bay
$250 per night
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The Charleston - Relaxing and Close to the Beach!
$199 per night
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Down By The Bay
$100 per night
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Full house rental in Twin Beach. 1 bk from the Bay
$158 per night
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Trendy & Tropical - 10 minutes From the Water!
$283 per night
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20% Off! Waterfront Beach House, 45 minutes to DC!
$307 per night
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Nice Guest Suite at Chesapeake Bay
$120 per night
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NEW! Coastal Pet-Friendly Cottage <½ Mi to Beaches
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Bay Views in Heart of North Beach!
$275 per night

Your guide to North Beach

Welcome to North Beach

A classic seaside town located on the western shore of Chesapeake Bay, North Beach is a convenient weekend getaway from Baltimore, Washington D.C., and the surrounding areas. It centers on a sandy beach and the manicured boardwalk lined with flower boxes that runs along it. The town is at its most animated in summer, when sun-seekers, shoppers, and ice-cream-toting families come to frolic on its shores. But North Beach caters to anglers and crabbers as well as swimmers and sunbathers, its public boat slips and fishing pier buzzing with activity. The views over the Chesapeake Bay grow yet more impressive during the multicolored sunrises, while summer evenings often close with live music in the town’s public spaces.


How do I get around North Beach?

North Beach is a quick hour’s drive — plus or minus ten minutes — from the D.C. metropolitan area, Annapolis, and Baltimore. Of the region’s main airports, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is the closest, followed by Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). But even Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is less than 1.5 hours away by car. All three offer car rentals, which is the easiest way to get out to the beach. Public buses run between Washington and North Beach, but only on commuter schedules. Depending on your length of stay, you could use rideshares to get around town, as all of the attractions and amenities are within walking distance.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in North Beach?

North Beach’s boardwalks and sandy beaches thrive in the summer sunshine from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Many of the seasonal businesses, like kayak, paddleboard, and bicycle rentals, are shuttered in the off-season, so double-check any amenities you plan to use during your stay. July in North Beach can get extremely hot, though the marine breezes help. The warm weather usually sticks around through the end of September. The annual June House and Garden Tour attracts those with green thumbs as well as design enthusiasts who come to admire the town’s best homes when the weather’s at its best, while off-season events like Christmas on the Beach draws brave travelers to the shore despite the chilly temperatures and chance of snow.


What are the top things to do in North Beach?

Friday Night Farmers’ Market and Classic Car Cruise-In

From May to October, this weekly event brings together shoppers and socializers. Local farmers sell produce, meat, seafood, and prepared foods alongside area wineries and artists. But what sets this open-air market apart is the fleet of classic cars driven in and parked by collectors for people to admire each week.

Wetlands Overlook Park

This small nature preserve at the north end of the area’s main drag gives you a break from the excitement and energy of the beach and boardwalk. Two piers and a gazebo offer spots to relax and look for the birds that pass through while migrating along the Atlantic coast, often pausing for their own moment of rest in the park.

Roots and Tides Scenic Byway

Take the scenic route south along Chesapeake Bay’s western shore, exploring some or all of this 47-mile route dotted with historic sites, charming towns, museums, and parks. Pause for a stroll along the Captain John Smith National Historic Trail, wander an 1898 train station at the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum, and detour to check out century-old trees in the Battle Creek Cypress Swamp.