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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Watching the stunning red, white, and blue colors of fireworks explode in the night sky is a sight that we all look forward to on July 4th. From stars and stripes to every shape and pattern in between, nothing is more breathtaking than seeing these sparklers light up the sky, then fall gently to the water below as patriotic music plays in the background.

If you want to start your 4th of July celebration off with a bang, why not consider packing up the family for a dazzling pyrotechnic display in Rock Hall, MD? This waterfront town in Kent County, Maryland, called the “Pearl of the Chesapeake” is a true jewel to its residents. The laid-back charm of this town inspires visitors and locals alike to explore the serene nature preserves, walking and biking trails, and the wonderful Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge. With the inviting waters of the Chesapeake beckoning the adventuresome types, kayaking and canoeing excursions are also highly recommended.

Inn at Huntingfield Creek, LLCInn at Huntingfield Creek, LLC

At day’s end, share your adventures with the friendly innkeepers at a Maryland bed and breakfast, where they love to hear great outing stories and pamper their guests. The Inn at Huntingfield Creek, LLC features four guest rooms and four private cottages with beautiful white oak floors. The Yarmouth Garden Cottage has an outdoor BBQ grill on a private patio. After the 9 p.m., July 3rd fireworks event in Rock Hall Harbor, you can curl up with a book on the window seat or in the clawfoot tub in your room. If you’re feeling inspired in the morning, grab a hearty breakfast, such as Innkeeper Joanne Rich’s Very Berry Breakfast Pudding made with blackberries, then put on your running shoes for the 8 a.m. Rock Hall Flat Five footrace through town.

If the saying “Everyone loves a parade” is true, then guests staying at Moon Light Bay Inn are in for a real treat. After watching the Annual Rock Hall July 4th parade at 10 a.m. on Main Street, guests at this B&B can watch a parade of pleasure and work boats go by from their waterfront guest room. Located on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, guests staying in any of the five waterfront guest rooms can enjoy panoramic bay views and breezes from their balcony. Sipping afternoon high tea while sitting in the inn’s lovely English garden, marveling in nature’s spectacular sunsets from the docks, or finding a cozy nook in the gazebo where you can curl up for a quiet read, all create the perfect ambiance for an ideal getaway.

Make this Independence Day extra special by visiting this quiet community that traces its history to 1707 and America’s beginnings. You’ll see residents’ eyes light up as brightly as fireworks when they talk about their picturesque town. So, while the spectacular July 4th fireworks celebrations last 10 minutes, the wonderful memories that you’ll have from visiting Rock Hall, MD, and the
Eastern Shore Region will last forever.

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