Governor Hogan and State Tourism Officials Encourage Travelers to Visit Maryland This Summer
Explore The Open Road And Take Advantage Of The State’s Assets
ANNAPOLIS, MD (STL.News) Governor Larry Hogan joined the Maryland Department of Commerce Office of Tourism to encourage Maryland travelers to reconnect and recharge in the State of Maryland. From traveling along one of the state’s 18 scenic byways, to enjoying Maryland’s Outdoor Collection, or navigating the waters of the Chesapeake Bay with a certified Chesapeake Bay Storyteller on a guided water-based tour, travelers will find an abundance of travel products and resources to plan their next visit.
“Summer is the perfect time for a road trip to explore Maryland, and it’s important to continue to support all of the accommodations, attractions, restaurants, and their employees along the way,” said Governor Hogan. “The tourism industry has worked hard over the past year to put the highest health and safety protocols in place, and it is time to welcome visitors back.”
The byways are scenic road trips with numerous points of interest that give travelers the opportunity to customize the pace, geography, and activities. Travel the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway, recently designated as an All-American Road by the U.S.