Spring has sprung and Harford County is the place to be! Bosting 89 county parks, 4 state parks, glorious gardens, and waterfront views, let us help you find your spring adventures! Highlighting some of our favorites, from the perfect fishing spots to local pieces of history, and everything in between, we have you covered!

Historic Jerusalem Mill Village

Large red barn surrounded by green trees

Take a step back in time at Historic Jerusalem Mill Village. Located in Harford County, the mill is older than the United States. Every weekend their skilled interpreters engage visitors in show and tell the history of Jerusalem Mill. With multiple buildings located around the property, you will have plenty to see and do!

Rocks State Park

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Endless adventures await at Rocks State Park. Spend the day hiking the scenic route to the popular King and Queens seat. Offering breathtaking views at the top and a playground for the children.  The park offers 3.5 miles of hiking trails, many suitable for all ages. The park also offers Kilgore falls, Harford counties largest waterfall to cool off on a warm day located a few miles away from the main park.

Conowingo Fisherman’s Park

Fisherman at Conowingo Dam

Located on the Conowingo Dam you will find the perfect freshwater fishing spot. Catch carp and tarp while enjoying the scenic views. Keep an eye on the sky for a chance to see a bald eagle in the wild as they have made themselves at home here.

Ladew Topiary Gardens

Aerial view of Great Bowl Ladew Gardens

Ladew Topiary Gardens, voted one of the top five gardens in North America, offers 22 acres of incredible beauty for all ages. Enjoy a stroll around the gardens, find relaxation surrounded by beauty. 

Havre De Grace Boardwalk

Wood walkway over water iwth large home located in the distance

Situated at the top of the Chesapeake Bay, the boardwalk in Havre de Grace is a great location to relax and enjoy the scenery. The boardwalk allows a leisurely stroll along the water, from Tydings Park to the Concord Point Lighthouse. Along the boardwalk, signage has been erected that enhances your experience. You may encounter ducks, geese, osprey, and bald eagles during your stroll. After your stroll on the boardwalk, take a trip around the historic small town boasting many shops and delicious food.

Barn Quilt Trail

Rustic large white barn with colorful sunset behind. American flaf on tall pole infront of barn.

Looking for a unique adventure around Harford? Check out our barn quilt trail featuring a collection of barn quilts painted on barns and buildings throughout Harford County. Celebrate the culture and history of rural Harford County by hitting the road and traveling through the gently rolling countryside.