As mentioned in Part 1, fishing is a terrific way of bringing your family together. Part 2 will discuss Anne Arundel County’s Other Parks for a great American pastime that is available at a low cost or even for free.
Beverly Triton Beach – This scenic beach is open every day, except Tuesday, from 7 a.m. till dusk.
Carrs Wharf – Its pier on the Rhode River is popular for anglers.
Downs Park – Located at Pasadena Peninsula’s tip, Downs Park is one of the largest county parks. A wheelchair-accessible pier is available, and this facility on the Chesapeake Bay is open every day, except Tuesday, 7 a.m. till dusk.
Fort Smallwood Park – Anglers love casting off the 380-foot fishing pier. Open every day, except Wednesday.
Green Haven Wharf – Located in Pasadena’s friendly Green Haven neighborhood. Anglers take advantage of the small boat launch and fishing pier on Stoney Creek.
Lake Waterford Park – Get ready to do some freshwater fishing for bass, bluegill, and sunfish. The lake is known for the serenity of its waters.
Deale Wharf (Deale) – Located on Rockhold Creek by Tracy’s Landing Bridge, the wharf is close to marinas and restaurants.
Galesville Wharf (Galesville) – Situated in southern Arundel County, the wharf is on the West River, and the fishing is fun.
Kinder Farm Park (Millersville) – Anglers and their kids have four small fishing ponds to choose from. It’s no wonder this park becomes more popular with families every year. You can go catch-and-release fishing every day, except Tuesday.
Patuxent Wetlands Park (Lothian) – Patuxent River fishing here means being close to nature. Spectacular wildlife viewing and a small-boat launch await anglers.
Patuxent Ponds Park (Odenton) – Close to the Baltimore & Annapolis Trail, which is a great hike, families can do some catch-and-release fishing in this small park.
Shady Side Wharf (Shady Side) – Located in Arundel County’s southern area, anglers can enjoy a peaceful day fishing from this wharf on Parish Creek.
Maryland’s Fishing Rules & Regulations: Maryland State Fishing Guide
Make sure to stop by The Crab Shack before or after going fishing.
Lovers of fat, juicy crab and amazing seafood don’t have to drive to Baltimore, Ocean City, Hooper’s Island, or Annapolis anymore. Stay close to home and enjoy wonderful deliciousness all year around at the two locations below!
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