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Located off of the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis, MD, is a vacation destination that’s full of historic charm. This vibrant city is also a great place for families who love being in and around the water. A fantastic way to appreciate the atmosphere and “feel” of Annapolis is to stay among the locals during your trip. To do that, let Vacation Home Rentals help you choose from the best rental homes in Annapolis, MD. We have some of the most well-maintained and affordable vacation rentals Annapolis, MD, has to offer. Listed right here online, you’ll find for-rent-by-owner properties that have everything you and your family will need. Finding the right rental is only the first step when it comes to scheduling the perfect Annapolis vacation. Consider the weather when planning and preparing for your vacation. This is a valuable tip that can save you time and discomfort. Prepare for potential rain by packing rain gear, as the town receives three or more inches of rain on a monthly basis. Temperatures average as low as 44 degrees Fahrenheit in January to 90 degrees Fahrenheit in July.


When staying in one of the Annapolis vacation rentals, you’ll want to visit the U.S. Naval Academy. Take a guided tour of this active training facility, and don’t forget to visit the Naval Academy Museum, which is also a must-see. The city’s many museums and memorials are also great attractions for families staying in Annapolis rental homes. This includes the Banneker-Douglass Museum and the Annapolis Maritime Museum. The Banneker-Douglass Museum is an African-American heritage museum that displays Maryland’s African-American history. Located at the harbor where slave ships arrived carrying their human cargo is The Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial. This is another educational spot for families, who can take photographs with the sculptures. Another memorial and statue to visit while in the city is the Thurgood Marshall Memorial.
Outdoor activities and attractions can lead to tranquil afternoons of fun for all. Quiet Waters Park has trails for biking and/or hiking, playgrounds for children, and even a skating rink. Sandy Point State Park is a year-round park that is near the Chesapeake Bay. Many visit the area for its amazing beaches and water views, but there are also boating, crabbing, picnics, and more. Although Annapolis house rentals are relaxing, a trip to Jonas Green State Park is also ...

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