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Cecilton, Maryland is a small, friendly community that relies heavily on agriculture and summer tourism. Surrounded by active pastures and farmland, Cecilton is a great place to rent an RV if you want to relax and unwind. The city’s motto is “the way life should be”. That’s quite a presumption, but with the Chesapeake Bay bordering Cecilton to the west and two major rivers, the Sassafras and Bohemia River, nearby, they might be onto something. If you’re looking for a quaint place with a humble, small-town feel, look no further.
Cecilton, Maryland is in proximity to two great rivers: the Sassafras and the Bohemia. Naturally, then, it's the perfect place to visit if you enjoy spending time out on the water. Hack's Point Marina is a must-visit if you rent a motorhome in Cecilton. The marina is considered one of Maryland’s most scenic waterfronts and provides access to the beautiful Bohemia River. The marina has 75 fixed docks and 10 floating docks, so whether you prefer to ski, fish, kayak, sail, or just chill and swim on a sandy beach, you can do it at Hack's Point Marina. While on land, guests to the marina have access to Wi-Fi, a community room with a large television, a laundry facility (in case you accidentally end up in the water), and picnic areas with gas grills.
If you’re in the mood to tack some mileage onto the odometer of your RV rental, Cecilton Maryland, is a 45-minute drive away from Elk Neck State Park in North East, Maryland. The park covers 2,370 acres of dense forests, marshlands, white clay cliffs, and sandy shorelines. Want to go for a hike? The park has over 12 miles of picturesque hiking trails. In the mood for some fishing? Plop your boat out into the Chesapeake Bay, and do just that. Want to just chill and relax? Grab some rays in the swimming area. While there, be sure to check out Turkey Point Lighthouse, one of the tallest lighthouses on the shores of Chesapeake Bay. Elk Neck is an incredible place with a variety of outdoor activities and just a short drive away when you reserve an RV rental near Cecilton.
There are several RV parks where you can park the camper rental near Cecilton. One option is the Woodlands Camping Resort near Elkton. The park has sites with full hookups and amenities include a bathhouse, a swimming pool, private fishing ponds, volleyball and basketball courts, and a camp store.
Another possibility, in Abingdon, is Bar Harbor RV Park and Marina. The campground is situated right on the water and several sites have water frontage. For boaters, the campground has a marina which has kayaks, paddleboats, and paddleboards for rent. If you have your own boat, you can use the on-site boat docks and slips to access the water. Each campsite is outfitted with a concrete patio, a fire pit, and full hookups. A tot lot and camp store with fuel, gas, and other items are also located on site.
The nearby alpaca farm is another place to visit when you search for an RV in Cecil County. It’s only a few miles from Cecilton in Earleville and can provide some fun for the entire family. The 20-acre farm raises and sells alpacas as well as products made from alpaca fleece. When you visit the farm, you can tour the facility and interact with the alpacas.
If you’re interested in learning more about the history of the area, pay a visit to Mount Harmon Plantation in Earleville. The plantation is a restored 18th-century manor house and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The 200-acre estate features wide open spaces, nature trails, and waterfront views. Book a tour to learn more about Cecil County and about Mount Harmon Plantation. While there, keep your eyes peeled for American bald eagles, as a pair are commonly seen hunting over the plantation.
While visiting Cecilton, take a short drive to Havre de Grace and check out Concord Point, the oldest public-accessible lighthouse in Maryland. The light tower was built in 1884 and has been fully restored to its original splendor. Besides being the second oldest lighthouse in Maryland — the oldest, Pooles Island Light on Aberdeen Proving Ground, was built two years prior and is off limits to the general public — Concord Point is also the northern-most lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1975 but is open to the public on weekends from April through October.