Land Trails PlannerLand Acquisition & PlanningMaryland Department of Natural Resources580 Taylor Avenue, E-4Annapolis, MD 21401 Lisa GutierrezDirector, Public Access, Water Trails & Recreation PlanningMaryland Department of Natural Resources580 Taylor Avenue, E-2Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: email@example.com
Maryland has designated 19 byways that encompass 2,487 miles of beautiful
roads, which offer a taste of Maryland’s scenic beauty, history and culture.
Take the roads less traveled including four entirely new byways featuring
nationally significant themes: the Star-Spangled Banner, Antietam Campaign,
Booth’s Escape and the Mason and Dixon byways.
Maryland's byways are a great avenue to explore Maryland’s Heritage Areas.
While traveling along Maryland’s Byways, you’ll uncover rich historical and
cultural heritage throughout 11 Maryland Heritage Areas. Historic preservation
goes hand in hand with protecting and promoting our state’s natural beauty
within the Heritage Areas. In each area, citizens have put forth effort to
ensure that the journeys you take with this guide are historically and
culturally unforgettable for years to come.
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