Just across the bridge from Annapolis, Eastport is an eclectic mix of charming homes
and gardens of long-time residents and relative newcomers, maritime and diverse
businesses, and good restaurants. It is situated on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth
of the Severn River and is surrounded by Back and Spa Creeks on each side. It is the
earthier more diverse side of Annapolis, Maryland's state capital.
Residents here enjoy walking to nearby restaurants and downtown Annapolis, boating
on the Chesapeake and its tributaries, and living within an hour to Washington, DC
and Baltimore, MD. There's a lot of history here and plenty to see and do.
Anne Arundel County Visitor's Center
Information on lodging, events, and things to do in Annapolis
Anne Arundel County manages the public schools in Annapolis. The nine-member Board of Education establishes programs and policies for the system's 77 elementary schools, 19 middle schools and 12 high schools. aacps.org
Public Schools: Eastport Elementary School, Annapolis Middle School, Annapolis High School
Annapolis FRESHFARM Market-Donner parking lot on Compromise Street, Sundays 8:30 AM-Noon, May-Nov
Anne Arundel County Farmers Market, Riva Road and Harry S. Truman Parkway, Saturdays 7 AM-Noon, April-Dec
Department of Natural Resources Farmers Market, parking lot of DNR headquarters, 580 Taylor Avenue, Thursdays 3-6 PM, July-Oct
Westfield Annapolis Farmers Market, first level of Macy's parking garage, Sundays 10 AM-2 PM, May-Oct
Anne Arundel Medical Center, 2001 Medical Center Parkway
Parks & Recreation
Eastport has a number of end street parks: Chesapeake Avenue at Horn Point, Davis Park on
Fourth Street, First Street at Spa Creek, Fourth Street at Spa Creek, Fifth Street at Spa Creek,
Severn Avenue at Spa Creek.
Pip Moyer Recreation Center, 273 Hilltop Lane
Quiet Waters Park,600 Quiet Waters Park Rd, (Has dog park), park closed on Tuesdays
Annapolis Branch, 1410 West Street (Open M-T 9 AM - 9 PM, F-Sat 9 AM - 5 PM, Sun - 1-5 PM)
Eastport - Annapolis Neck Branch, 269 Hillsmere Dr, (Open M-T 9 AM- 9PM, F-Sat 9 AM-5 PM)
Local Newspapers and Magazines
Chesapeake Bay Magazine
Eye on Annapolis
The Capital newspaper
WNAV, 1430 AM
WRNR, 103.1 FM
Water Taxi - 410-263-0033
eCruisers - 443-481-2422
Trash & Recycling
Trash and recycling is picked up on Tuesday mornings. Recycling information.
Yard waste pick-up is on Wednesdays.
Schedule a bulk pick up
Cable/Internet/Telephone: Comcast, comcast.net, 888-COMCAST, Direct TV, direct.tv, 866-664-9488, Verizon, verizon.com, 877-726-4848
Electricity (new service, report an power outage), BGE, bge.com, 800-685-0123
Water, City of Annapolis, annapolis.gov, 410-263-7953
Where to stay:
For longer term rentals, Annapolis Accommodations
The Inn at Horn Point, this lovely inn believes in uncompromising service in an atmosphere of personal hospitality
Have issues with your trash pick up? Want the curbs repainted? See a light out on the lamp post? You can go online to the City of Annapolis website to report an issue. You'll receive a response from the city.
The Annapolis Substance Abuse Prevention (A.S.A.P.) coalition will work in the community promoting public health, safety and wellness for families in the city of Annapolis. Contact at 443-837-5892 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Things to Do
Annapolis Maritime Museum, 720 Second Street
No visit to Eastport would be complete without a little bit of history. Learn about Bay harvesting practices, boating and more at the museum.
Visit the last screwpile lighthouse still in its original location.
Annapolis Canoe and Kayak
Sales and rentals of canoes, kayaks, and paddle boards, plus the related gear and equipment you need to spend a day - or a lifetime - out on of the water
Learn about the local history while touring the area.
Eastport Civic Association
P.O. Box 3539
Annapolis, MD 21403
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