Calvert Cliffs, Maryland
10540 H G Trueman Rd, Lusby, MD 20657
Admission: $5/vehicle – Cash only
Calvert Cliffs State Park is a day-use park featuring a sandy beach, unique fossils, recycled tire playground, fishing, a freshwater and tidal marshland and 13 miles of hiking trails
The fossil bearing Calvert Cliffs of Maryland is part of a large collection of fossiliferous exposures, called the Chesapeake Group
These cliffs contain more than 600 species of fossil plants and animals.
Among these countless species, are a wide variety of marine animals such as porpoises, whales, seals, sea turtles, sea cows, and crocodiles.
However, more interesting creatures have been found, such as mastodons, wooly rhinos, and camels.
Learn More: Calvert Cliffs Trail Guide
Note: Handicap Accessibility – Handicap access to the beach can be arranged by calling the headquarters office at 301-743-7613 at least two weeks prior to your visit.
Fun Fact: This is a great destination to travel to if you are looking for Fossil shark teeth!