Harford County is located just 25 miles from Baltimore and strategically located on I-95 along the shores of the scenic Chesapeake Bay. The vibrant area offers visitors picturesque beauty, bustling urban centers, historic harbor towns, and a variety of world-class cultural and sports amenities.
The County’s three municipalities, Aberdeen, Bel Air and Havre de Grace, are only minutes apart, but each offer guests a unique experience. Bulle Rock Golf Course, located in Havre de Grace is one of sixteen 5-star Zagat rated golf courses in the U.S.
Havre de Grace also offers a wide variety of museums and sight-seeing options, including the Decoy Museum, the Susquehanna Museum, the Concord Point Light House, a waterfront promenade, the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, and the Skipjack Martha Lewis.
Ripken Stadium is located in Aberdeen, an “All American City”. Outdoor festivals and events take place each season, and include the Fiore Wine and Jazz Festival, the Darlington Apple Festival, town fairs, polo matches, fox hunts and steeple chase races.
Harford boasts three state parks; Palmer State Park, Rocks State Park and Susquehanna State Park which offer bike, horse and hiking paths as well as boat launches, canoeing and fishing.
Cities in Harford County, Maryland include: Aberdeen, Bel Air, Havre de Grace, Edgewood, Fallston