Hiking to the Beach | Calvert Cliffs State Park | Explore Maryland | Vlog
Playing on a recycled playground, hiking the trails of Calvert Cliffs, Hanging out at the beach, and walking a heavy load of sleepy human child back to the car.
Explore Calvert Cliffs State Park in Calvert County, Maryland
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Md. Tourism Officials Tout Local Destinations
Before heading out of state this summer on vacation, Maryland tourism officials said you should stay home and take advantage of all that Maryland has to offer.
Aerial Views Annapolis Maryland and United States Naval Academy
Aerial Views Annapolis Maryland and United States Naval Academy and Vicinity. Aerial Footage From October and November 2014 produced with a Phantom 2 Vision+ UAV. A few of the notable historic sites you can see in this film include the following:
1. Naval Academy Chapel - The remains of John Paul Jones (sometimes referred to as the Father of the United States Navy) are interred in bronze and marble sarcophagus at the Naval Academy Chapel.
2. Bancroft Hall at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis is the largest single dormitory in the world.
3. The Maryland State House - located in Annapolis is the oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating to 1772.
Music credits include:
YouTube Audio Library: The Story Unfolds Contributing Artists: Jingle Punks
YouTube Audio Library: Saint Patrick's Parade Contributing Artists: Doug Maxwell; Media Right Productions.
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FAIR DAY ! (Evening) Calvert County Maryland Fair | Vlog
Just a snippet of our time at the Calvert County Fair in Maryland!
We saw the Pirates of the Colombian Caribbean, Rode rides, played games, ate funnel cake, and everything else you would expect to do at a state fair :)
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'Holidays in Berlin, MD' - For Worcester County Tourism
A 3 1/2 minute promotional spot produced for Worcester County Tourism featuring an interview with Ivy Wells in Berlin, MD ..... for the television show 'Beach & Beyond' produced for WMDT-TV ch47 and its' affiliates, produced by unscene productions 2015.
'Sunset Park - Ocean City, MD' for Worcester County Tourism
A video produced by unscene productions for Worcester County Tourism with host Jim Rapp letting us in on a secret gem in downtown Ocean City, MD.... Worcester County.......piece entitled 'Sunset Park - Ocean City, MD'.... Worcester County Maryland...............unscene.
Falling Branch Trail to Kilgore Falls, Rocks State Park, Maryland 2016
One of the biggest water fall in Maryland.
Music: Richard J Aarden & Mango & Hiroyuki Imamura - Chasing Birds (Dub Mix)
Dorchester County - Heart of Chesapeake Bay Country
Where Water Moves Us: With 1,700 miles of shoreline (more than any other Maryland county) and countless waterways, Dorchester County is place of natural beauty, fascinating history, friendly folks, delicious local seafood -- and a down-to-earth vibe. Harriet Tubman was born here. IronMan Maryland - one of the world’s most grueling endurance events happens here. Learn more about our story at VisitDorchester.org.
Frederick County - Maryland - TV Tourism Commercial - TV Advert - The Travel Channel - USA - 2012
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Frederick County - Maryland - TV Tourism Commercial - TV Advert - TV Spot - The Travel Channel - USA - 2012
Frederick County is a county located in the northern part of the U.S. state of Maryland, bordering the southern border of Pennsylvania and the northeastern border of Virginia. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, the population was 233,385.
It is a part of the Washington Metropolitan Area, yet is also sometimes recognized as part of Western Maryland. The county is home to Catoctin Mountain Park (encompassing the presidential retreat Camp David) and to the U.S. Army's Fort Detrick. The county seat is Frederick, which was home to several celebrated historical figures like Francis Scott Key, Thomas Johnson, Roger B. Taney, and Barbara Fritchie.
The exact namesake of Frederick County and its eponymous county seat is unknown, but they may have been named after either Frederick, Prince of Wales, or Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore.