As the county seat, Cambridge is the most populated area of the county. Its downtown area is going through a revitalization phase, and many new subdivisions are being built on the outskirts of town. There is also a new resort in Cambridge: the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay, including a golf club and community.
Travelers with everything from skipjacks to hydroplanes make it a point to stop in Cambridge, where, for the past 103 years, the city has hosted the Cambridge Classic, a boat race on the Choptank River. For the golfers in the family there are two 18 hole courses: River Marsh at the Hyatt resort and Clearview at Horn’s Point. Then we have the Cambridge-Dorchester airport, sited on 354 acres, with a 20-foot elevation.
In the historic district of Cambridge exists one of the largest collection of vintage Victorian homes of any community on the Delmarva Peninsula. This is a waterfront city with a busy harbor, lots of restaurants and interesting historic sites to visit. A growing artist district is making life that much more interesting.
Some popular destinations are the fishing bridge, Sailwinds Park, the Cambridge Yacht Club, and the Cambridge Municipal Yacht Basin. Try to time your visit to see the Power Boat Regatta, usually at the end of July.
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