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Southern Maryland’s only accredited waterfront retirement community


Where the beautiful Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay.

Where the beautiful Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay, you will discover a community that takes retirement living to a new level. Situated on 58 acres just north of the charming town of Solomons Island in Calvert County, Asbury Solomons offers an affordable way to retire on the water.

Living near this popular resort town makes life a vacation all year-round. The unique location influences the community’s way of life, creating a relaxed, carefree attitude.  Realize your dream of living on the water in this remarkable and affordable retirement destination. Asbury Solomons offers so many opportunities for active and purposeful pursuits at home and within the surrounding community.

So much to do, so close by

An area rich in history, Southern Maryland is also renowned for its fresh and delicious seafood – especially blue crab, oysters and rockfish. Whether fishing from our community pier, exploring the area’s possibilities by boat, or booking a local charter fishing expedition, your opportunities for enjoying and exploring the water abound. The three counties that comprise Southern Maryland – Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s – provide plenty of ways to fill your calendar. Events like the Artsfest, St. Mary’s River Concerts, and the Sotterly Arts and Wine Festival provide fun for family and guests. Visit attractions like Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center, Calvert Marine Museum, and Calvert Cliffs State Park or browse the restaurants and shops on nearby Solomons Island.

Calvert County has experienced controlled growth through intentional policies initiated by local government to preserve the area’s many benefits and charms. Yet Annapolis, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore are easy day trips. It’s a carefree oasis of serenity where you can live the life you choose, inspired by the energy of waterfront living.

 

 

 

 


Chesapeake Bay Recovery Partnership

Click here to view footage of our efforts to rebuild the bay’s oyster population. For more information on the program, click on Nature Initiative.