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The name "Havre de Grace" may sound familiar, especially for serious golfers, and for those who are content to merely watch the greatest game on TV. This is the home of the Bulle Rock Golf Course. Don't recognize the name? It hosted the PGA Tournament in 2005 and 2006 and remains a current favorite of the LPGA program. You can play on these hallowed links yourself, but don't plan on an easy round of golf here--this is a course for true professionals. It was even named one of "America's Toughest Courses" by Golf Digest in January 2012. But even if your skills aren't quite up to par, Bulle Rock is a great place to get in some practice time--after all, if you can make it there, as Sinatra said about New York, you can make it anywhere.
This city on the Chesapeake Bay will steal your heart away because it is simply so beautiful. It opens onto the majestic Chesapeake Bay, which makes for not only great views, but also plentiful boating, fishing, kayaking and other water sports. Even if you're not searching for your personal yacht just yet, you too can experience the pleasures of maritime life. Just charter a yacht for the day or the weekend, and see how the other half lives. You should consider bringing along some of your best fishing poles for a crack at the pastime that fed the Chesapeake Bay for centuries.
Living in the D.C. region, it's hard to escape the pull of American history, and Havre de Grace is an excellent place to discover the past. Some of it is still readily apparent, such as the town's farming heritage, which you can see reflected in local farmers' markets. But some of it is hidden--and what a pleasure for the history buff, to spend an afternoon in pursuit of old knowledge. A few places to learn about the forgotten side of the past are the Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House, dedicated to the defunct Tidewater Canal of Havre de Grace, and the Skipjack Martha Lewis, one of the last oyster dredge boats.
If you're looking for a fun and relaxing afternoon with the family, head to Concord Point to take gorgeous photographs near the Light Keeper's house and lighthouse itself. The lighthouse, which resembles its Northeastern counterparts, is a piece of the true, historic Chesapeake Bay. With the rapid economic development of the D.C. suburbs, it can be easy to forget this area's heritage. Luckily Havre de Grace makes it a point to remember the past.
This is also a city in touch with its artistic side. Several galleries worth a visit include the collective Arts by the Bay Gallery, Rampant Lion Artisan Gallery, White Rabbet (yes, spelled with an 'e') and the RiverView Gallery. Whether you take your favorite piece home, or just browse for the day, you'll appreciate living in a place with so much local talent--with the landscape of the ocean before you, it must be hard to resist the urge to create.
Finally, after a long day on the Bay, there are more than a few places to relax in Havre de Grace. One of the best is surely MacGregor's Restaurant and Tavern, where you can savor local brews and indulge in the regional specialty of steamed crab. The Vineyard Wine Bar provides an upscale clientele with a remarkable variety of vintages, and serves as a romantic place for a first date or anniversary. Got kids? If so, you'd better take them to Bruster's Ice Cream for dessert.
New Home Source welcomes you to this beautiful community on the water, and we hope to help you find a home as beautiful as the Chesapeake Bay itself.
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