Community Spotlight On Crownsville

Dated: October 1 2018

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Community Spotlight

Crownsville Maryland!

Home of the Anne Arundel County Fair in September and the Maryland Renaissance Festival spanning multiple weekends and waterfront scenery with easy access to Maryland Route 178, Interstate 97 and urban metropolitan areas. 

 This community offers the conveniences of attractions of having major metropolitan areas near yet also really feels like a smaller hometown. Just 15 minutes away from Downtown Annapolis, 40 minutes from DC and 30 minutes from Baltimore or Columbia make this a excellent area to commute from.

Anne Arundel County Department of Parks and Recreations maintain the Generals Highway Corridor Park in Crownsville including trails and ball fields. Are you a golfer? Anne Arundel’s first public golf course was built in 1969- The Eisenhower Golf Course.

Interested in learning more about Crownsville? Test ‘Roxana’  to 4103246973

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Bevia Patrick

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