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Davidsonville is an unincorporated community in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, mostly consisting of farms and “suburban-like” developments. There is no high-density housing and little to no commercial development. Most homes rely on wells and septic tanks as there is minimal public utility service. Davidsonville emerged as a crossroads community around the mid-19th century and even today is a representation of the typical Anne Arundel County style character that existed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Unlike surrounding areas, it has resisted the trend to develop and grow, despite increasing pressure from outside forces.
Book an RV in Anne Arundel County, and you will be one step closer to experiencing the culture that makes this area so unique. There are a few other locations that you should visit while you are here. Ellicott City is the home of the oldest surviving train station in the nation, the Ellicott City Station which was built in 1830. Pasadena is considered to include the areas of Lake Shore and Riviera Beach by citizens who refer to all three as “Pasadena.” Brandywine was created around 1873 as a stop along the Southern Maryland Railroad line and was the only one that grew into a railroad town. Laurel began as an industrial town but later developed into a commuter center after the arrival of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in 1835. Hyattsville has a number of Victorian homes constructed around the late-1880s and between 1910 and 1940 that constitute the city's historic district. Your Davidsonville travel trailer rental is how you will explore this area, in style and comfort.
Patuxent Research Refuge is a multi-use nature preserve that is divided into three areas: north, south, and central. The central area is the primary research facility while public recreation can be found in the north and south areas. The north area is an ideal spot for hiking, fishing and hunting, and nature observation; the south area is a good hiking destination and where you'll find the National Wildlife Visitor Center which has public programs and events. The park was established in 1936 to support wildlife research and is the only refuge nationwide created for this purpose; the act was signed by then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The refuge contains upland and floodplain forest pockets, oak-pine savannah barrens, and coastal plain river and creek habitats.
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary is a natural preserve that provides both nature recreation and education. The park's mission is to facilitate public appreciation of the natural ecosystems and how to preserve them. The park is open to the public for hiking and nature observation and invites visitors to join the guided walks where staff and volunteers explain what the guests are seeing. Park your Davidsonville camper rental nearby, and you can retire in comfort once your day is done.
Rosaryville State Park is a cultivated outdoor recreation area that includes the historic Mount Airy Mansion, which can be rented for group or special events. The park itself is a popular spot for hiking and mountain bike riding, and horseback riding. Hunting is allowed but is restricted to deer bow hunting only.
There are numerous RV parks and campgrounds near Davidsonville, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Davidsonville RV trailer rental is all you will need to have a comfortable and relaxing vacation.
Greenbelt Campground is a rustic RV park that rents sites by the day. Reservations must be made and paid for in advance. There is a dump station in the park, potable water, and electricity and running water in the restrooms. Tent camping is allowed.
There is lots to see and do in and around Davidsonville. There are many urban parks and gardens where visitors can stroll at their leisure, taking in the scenery. There are farmers' markets and a water “alleyway” where boat owners can park or drift through, showing off their boats and chatting. There is an environmental research center and a NASA visitor center where guests can view the exhibits and learn more about space travel. Those interested in history can check out the WWII memorial. There are numerous wineries where visitors can sample the products and enjoy the scenic countryside. Don't forget to take your Davidsonville motorhome rental for a spin on the local highways; there is no comparable feeling to driving an RV. It is more experience than activity and something everyone should experience at least once.
When it's time for dinner, Davidsonville has you covered. There is a wide selection of cuisines to choose from, and almost all of the restaurants are locally owned and operated. One Indian restaurant has a very nice decor and ambiance, live entertainment, and a lunch buffet to complement the menu (for those who would like to sample several items). Portions are large, so you can dine in and wrap your leftovers, or ask for takeout and head back to your Davidsonville luxury RV rental to dine out under the stars in your favorite lawn chair. This is what vacations are all about.