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Woodbine’s name originated from a plant of the same name which grew in abundance along the riverbanks and in the fields and meadows around the area. It was just a small town where the bend of the Patapsco River and the B&O Railroad met. Both Union and Confederate troops crossed this village roadway during the Civil War. In spite of all the foot traffic historically, the main road wasn’t paved until the 1960s! A bustling canning industry put Woodbine on the map with several canning factories in business over the course of the last century and a half. An addition of a concrete bridge in 1917 replaced the ancient way of crossing the Patapsco River: a ford.
Woodbine is located in a rural part of both Howard and Carroll counties, not too far from the Baltimore metropolitan city center. At a couple minutes north of the Baltimore National Pike, it’s easy to access many nearby metropolitan areas.
Woodbine’s weather is comfortably average as it is situated in the wooded hills of Maryland. The highest temperature in mid-summer is around 86 degrees, and it reaches a very chilly 22 degrees Fahrenheit in the deepest winter. Average rainfall is around 45 inches a year, and it only gets around 24 inches of snowfall in the winter. Visitors can expect to be moderately comfortable in the hottest part of the summer.
New England is known for its plentiful opportunities to shop for vintage finds and Woodbine is no exception. However, its proximity to major metropolitan areas makes it a great place to shop for more modern items as well. Scope out these local treasures for all your shopping needs.
All that shopping will likely leave you ready for a bite to eat and nice cold drink. If you spent your budget on rare antiques, you may want to eat lighter fare. If you have more to spend, you can find a suitably pricy place to enjoy fine dining as well.
Don’t let the forest of trees fool you into thinking there’s no place to come alive once the sun goes down. Dancing and drinking, singing and eating are all available when you’re visiting Woodbine. Let the following spots light up your night.
The availability of a free and effective education is a necessity in this day and age. Find a small list of possible schools for your students to embark on their learning journey.
Many places in New England boast historical landmarks dating from the Civil War or earlier. The beautiful landscaping of this part of Maryland also brings a lot to the table when it comes to landmarks.
In summer’s peak, central Maryland is a green jewel of forested hills. In spite of the foliage and abundance of natural parks, there’s plenty to entertain the modern seeker of shopping and restaurant hopping, not to mention other local attractions to tempt your stay to last longer than just a vacation. Come see what Woodbine has to offer the curious traveler.
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