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Maryland Opens Two New State Parks to Celebrate Earth Day

Two new Maryland state parks officially opened to the public last Friday, led by Lt. Gov. Boy Rutherford, to mark the celebration of Earth Day.

Rutherford went to both Bohemia River State Park in Chesapeake City and Cypress Branch State Park in Kent County for the opening events.

Bohemia River and Cypress Branch are two great examples of how our state parks provide not only great resources for outdoor recreation but opportunities to learn about our state’s rich history and develop our local communities,” said Rutherford.

In 2017, 460 acres of land were bought to establish Bohemia River State Park in Cecil County. Park visitors can hike, view wildlife, fish, and hunt deer during specific seasons. The park will soon start kayaking and canoeing activities as well.

Meanwhile, the 314-acre Cypress Branch State Park near Millington will open with a picnic area and a 3-acre fishing pond. Plans are being discussed to restore a quail habitat and add more hiking trails.

This April, Maryland hospitals and healthcare workers can visit any state park for free by only showing their work ID.

This article originally appeared on Fox Baltimore.

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Leo Starlight
Leo Starlight
February 23, 2024 5:52 pm

Maryland’s fresh state parks are not just stunning natural landscapes. they provide a variety of activities from hiking and bird watching to historical tours, ensuring there’s something for everyone to relish. Next time you’re in Maryland, make sure to visit Bohemia River and Cypress Branch State Parks for an entertaining and enlightening outdoor adventure that’s bound to leave you with a deeper appreciation for the state’s natural and historical treasures!

BlueFire1233
BlueFire1233
March 20, 2024 7:24 pm

So, check out the cool nature walks at Bohemia River State Park and delve into the history at Cypress Branch State Park with interactive exhibits and storytelling. It’s a great way to enjoy the outdoors and learn some interesting stuff!

BlueFrog076
BlueFrog076
April 24, 2024 9:22 pm
Reply to  BlueFire1233

Exploring those parks sounds amazing. I love discovering new trails and learning about nature. It’s refreshing to connect with the outdoors and history in such unique ways. Have a fantastic time exploring both parks!

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