Engagement Photo Locations

  1. Annmarie Sculpture GardenAnnmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center
    13470 Dowell Road, Dowell, MD 20629
    P.O. Box 99
    Phone: 410-326-4640 Email

    Located just outside Solomons, Annmarie Garden features a walking path meandering through woods past works on loan from the Smithsonian Institution along with other artful surprises, a children’s natural play space and native gardens. The center hosts exhibits, a unique gift shop, Nature Nook and the artLAB, a creative re-use space. All ages will enjoy events and festivals, hands-on activities, public art programs and a beautiful setting. Pet friendly (leashed) excluding special events.
  2. Calvert Cliffs State ParkCalvert Cliffs State Park
    10540 H.G. Trueman Road, Lusby, MD 20657
    Phone: 443-975-4360 Email

    Hike through this 1,460-acre wooded state park to the majestic Calvert Cliffs on the Chesapeake Bay. Formed over 15 million years ago, the cliffs contain more than 600 species of fossils. Ideal for hiking, picnicking, fishing and fossil hunting. Two-mile walk to the beach. Large tire playground. Information available for pavilion rentals, youth camping or hunting. Limited wheelchair access.
  3. Cove Point Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage


    3500 Lighthouse Blvd., Lusby, MD 20657
    Phone: 410-474-5370 or 410-326-2042 ext. 62 Email

    Three-, four- or seven-night rentals available in this beautifully renovated private bay front site with Wi-Fi, custom kitchens and all the conveniences of home.
  4. Drum Point LighthouseDrum Point Lighthouse
    Located at the Calvert Marine Museum
    14200 Solomons Island Road, Solomons, MD 20688
    Phone: 410-326-2042

    Constructed in 1883 at Drum Point to mark the entrance to the Patuxent River, this screwpile cottage-type light is one of only three remaining from 45 that once served the Chesapeake Bay at the beginning of the 20th century. Decommissioned in 1962, the lighthouse has been beautifully restored, complete with furnishings of the early 20th century. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Included in museum admission.
  5. Flag PondsFlag Ponds Nature Park
    1525 Flag Ponds Parkway, Lusby, MD 20657
    Phone: 410-586-1477 or 410-535-5327

    The park includes sandy beaches, freshwater ponds and views of Calvert Cliffs, along with hiking trails, fossil hunting, observation platforms, wetlands boardwalk, Observation pier and visitors center with wildlife exhibits. Picnic tables and grills are provided. Limited wheelchair access. Reservations are required for groups of 30 or more. Dogs on leash permitted. Hours vary by season.
  6. Jefferson Patterson Park and MuseumJefferson Patterson Park & Museum
    10515 Mackall Road, St. Leonard, MD 20685
    Phone: 410-586-8501 Email

    Nearly 70 archaeological sites on the property reflect more than 8,000 years of human occupation. Included are a visitor center, exhibit barn, gift shop, hiking trails, a re-created Indian Village and canoe/kayak launch. Also on the grounds is the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory. Call about scheduling a tour of the facility.
  7. Kings Landing ParkKings Landing Park
    3255 Kings Landing Road, Huntingtown, MD 20639
    Phone: 410-535-2661 or 410-535-5327

    This 260-acre park on the Patuxent River and Cocktown Creek offers a fishing pier, canoe/kayak launch, swimming pool ($), picnic shelters, wetlands boardwalk, horse ring and Tom Wisner Hall for meetings and receptions. Reservations required for groups of 30 or more. Dogs on leash permitted. Hours vary by season.
  8. North Beach Public BeachNorth Beach Public Beach
    5th Street and Bay Avenue, North Beach, MD 20714
    Phone: 410-286-3799 or 301-855-6681 Email

    Event space on upper level pier, lower fishing deck, swimming and boardwalk. Free transient boat slips. Limited wheelchair access. ($)
  9. Wetlands Overlook ParkWetlands Overlook Park
    4020 11th St., North Beach, MD 20714
    Phone: 301-855-6681 or 410-257-9618

    This small nature park is perfect for observing wetlands wildlife and the migratory fowl that rest there during flights up and down the Atlantic seaboard. The park includes a pier and two gazebos. The area has a small visitor center with public restrooms.