When the weather becomes warmer, there are many people who like to get out and go fishing. To many, this is a very relaxing hobby. You can sit back just enjoy the outdoors. If you are a resident or visitor of Maryland, then there are a few fishing areas to check out. You can find fishing piers and other fishing areas at most locations. Many of them will even have nice views of the water, to help you relax as you fish.
If going fishing is one of your favorite hobbies, then here are a few fishing areas in Maryland to check out.
Cox Point Park.
Cox Point Park is located at 820 Riverside Drive, Essex, MD 21221. In addition to the long fishing pier, there are other areas for fishing. Some people just enjoy standing by the water and rocks to go fishing. There is plenty of room for everyone to fish! This park also includes a playground, picnic areas, and an area of water full of ducks!
Fort Howard Park.
Fort Howard Park is located at 9500 North Point Rd Baltimore, MD 21219. This park does run along the water. You can go fishing on the long fishing pier that sits on the Chesapeake Bay. You may also find other areas near the water to fish. This park also includes picnic areas, a playground, and historic buildings.
North Point State Park.
North Point State Park is located at 8700 North Point Road Edgemere, MD 21219. There are a few areas that allow tidal fishing. You can find fishing areas on or near the wadding beach, including a long fishing pier. Some people like to fish at the nearby 1000 foot Bayshore Pier. This park also includes a beach, hiking trails, and picnic areas.
This list is only a few of the many fishing areas in Maryland to visit. Before you visit a park or area, you should always do a little more research on each one. See if there is a price and what the hours of operation are. If the area has any rules or regulations, be sure to follow them.
Some of the fishing areas can be a lot of fun for the whole family. If someone in your family does not want to go fishing, then they can check out the other activities. This includes hiking trails, beaches, playgrounds, and picnic areas. You can make a day out of it!
Visit just one of the fishing areas in Maryland, or visit a few through out the spring and summer seasons. You never know, you may end up finding a spot or two you want to visit often. Have fun visiting the areas and going fishing in Maryland!
Sources and more information:
Cox Point Park in Essex, Maryland
Fort Howard Park
North Point State Park
North Point State Park Homepage