Calvert County

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History of Calvert CountyCalvert County

Calvert County first settled as part of Charles County, but was renamed around 1650. Patuxent County was established in 1654 by an Order in Council. In 1658, the county was renamed Calvert County. It is one of the older counties in Maryland, after St. Mary’s County, Anne Arundel County, and Kent County.

Waterside Communities

Calvert County is a beautiful county with relaxing waterside communities, just minutes away from Washington, D.C., featuring the best of the Chesapeake Bay lifestyle.

You can have waterfront, water access or water view from various communities in the county, including Lusby, Prince Frederick (county seat), Huntington, St. Leonard, Broomes Island, Chesapeake Beach, Long Beach, Calvert Beach and more!

Parks & Recreation

With its unique attractions, immaculate waterways, natural and beautiful parks, Calvert County is truly the “Charm of the Chesapeake.”

The County’s Park & Rec division provides the community with opportunities of healthy and enjoyable leisure activities. It’s home to various outdoor and inside facilities, such as Breezy Point Beach and Campground, Calvert Pines Senior Center, BGE Field, Cove Point Park Pool, Cove Point Park and more.

Education and Transportation

The county’s education (Calvert County Public Schools) system consists of 13 elementary schools, six middle schools, four high schools, vocational education center, and a variety of other facilities.

The main road in the County is Maryland Route 4, which starts in Washington, D.C. as Pennsylvania Avenue before crossing into Prince George’s County and Anne Arundel County.