Taking a road trip along one of Maryland’s scenic highways is a great way to learn about Maryland history and enjoy this beautiful state. Here at Jerry’s Chevrolet, we encourage you to take the time to explore Maryland’s scenery. Here is a Chevrolet owner’s guide to Maryland’s best scenic drives:
Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway
The Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway has something to offer history buffs and nature lovers alike. When you travel on the Chesapeake County Byway, you will explore colonial towns, rural landscapes, and beautiful vistas along the Chesapeake Bay. Whether you want to learn more about colonial Maryland history or experience the natural world by viewing migratory birds and wildlife refuges, this scenic drive features some of the best scenery and cultural heritage in Maryland.
Historic National Road
The Historic National Road stretches for 170 miles across Northern Maryland. The first federally funded Interstate, this highway is a time capsule for highlights of American culture. Starting at the Chesapeake Bay, you will wind your way up and through the Allegheny Mountains. Along the way, you will see historic tollhouses, inns, and other buildings that span 300 years of Maryland history.
Historic Charles Street
If you are looking for an urban road trip experience, be sure to check out Baltimore’s historic Charles Street. Charles Street links the Inner Harbor with many of Baltimore’s most popular cultural attractions. Start by exploring the area around the newly restored Inner Harbor, which features an array of shops, restaurants, and cultural sites. From there, drive your Chevrolet north on Charles Street and take in attractions such as the Baltimore Museum of Art, Mount Vernon Place, and the beautiful historic neighborhoods that line the outskirts of the city.
To find the perfect Chevrolet to take you on your next road trip, contact Jerry’s Chevrolet dealership of Baltimore, MD. Give us a call at (443) 588-2670 to learn more about our inventory of new and used Chevrolet vehicles.