Fort Howard Park 9500 North Point Rd, Baltimore, MD21219 Fort Howard Park, located at the end of North Point Road, served as a landing for thousands of British troops during the…More War of 1812. The park is named after Colonel John Eager Howard, a Maryland soldier during the Revolutionary War and Baltimore philanthropist. The park opens up to huge vistas of the Chesapeake Bay.
Association of Maryland Pilots 2700 Broening Hwy, Dundalk, MD21222 The Association of Maryland Pilots celebrates the rich history of Maryland's harbors while providing support and…More resources to today's pilots throughout the state. This does not refer to airplane pilots, but rather the older tradition of nautical pilots who help ships navigate into and out of shipping ports. For more information on the association's services and history in the Chesapeake Bay, visit the website.
Dundalk Elementary School 2717 Playfield St, Dundalk, MD21222 A community-oriented school in the center of historic Dundalk, students take part in programs with the Chesapeake Bay…More Foundation, Kempo Karate, the Police Athletic League and Walmart. The media center holds nearly 11,ooo volumes of material and there is one computer in the school for every 4.2 students. The curriculum includes instrumental and voice music, art and physical education. The front door of the school opens to Dundalk Heritage Park, and the school's own property boasts a large playground, soccer and baseball fields and a large swatch of green open space.