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Maryland Car Rental

Plan your next vacation to visit the beautiful New England state of Maryland. During your stay you'll have the opportunity to explore historical sites, nature and recreational facilities, and learn how maritime transportation has impacted not only the east coast but the entire nation.

Explore Historic Baltimore in Your Maryland Rental Car
Get going on your expedition! Visit the must-see military vessels, such as:

  • US Sloop-of-War Constellation
  • US Submarine Torsk
  • US Coast Guard Cutter Taney

All three ships are within walking distance of each other along the coast of Baltimore. Another cultural, historical and influential Baltimore attraction is the Edgar Allen Poe House. If you dare to drive your Baltimore car rental to 203 North Amity St., You can take a tour of the museum, which is now run by the Edgar Allen Poe Society of Baltimore. Once you've explored the Poe residence, walk a couple of blocks to see the historic grave site where Poe, his wife and his aunt are buried. The Westminster Graveyard has an erected monument so you can easily locate the Poe burial site. 

Discover The Greater East Coast State in Your Maryland Car Rental
Although you could stay in Baltimore for the entirety of your vacation, there is so much more to see and do throughout the state. History buffs can fill up their Maryland rental car gas tank and hit the road to follow the forefathers of our country with the Chesapeake Campaign. The traveling festival offers:

  • Reenactments
  • Educational activities
  • Food and fun

Follow the campaign from start to finish or hit a couple of locations along the Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail. 

Don't forget to visit the capital of Maryland during your vacation! You'll be sorry you didn't take a drive through the Blue Ridge Mountains and Potomac River. Visit the one-of-a-kind Brunswick Railroad Museum in the morning, wander the shops of downtown Brunswick, or take a canoe ride along the Potomac River.

There are also biking and horseback riding trails at the C&O Canal towpath, offering the opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to get some exercise and take in the scenery— you may even spot a river raft tour. If you are looking to indulge your adventurous spirit, you can always sign up to participate in a ride on a river raft.