Walking Along the Waterfront in Baltimore

After a long week of getting settled in our new environment, we decided to take a day to relax and take a walk along the waterfront. We started at the Canton Waterfront Park where there is a trail that wraps around the harbor. It was a beautiful day and there were many people also out enjoying an early spring day taking a stroll or jogging along the path. Not surprisingly, there are several restaurants along the water with open air patios that were packed with people enjoying cold beverages and soaking in some sun. We did stop for a margarita before heading back towards our place.

The Start of Our Walk
Just Part of the Marina
Walking the Path

Overall, we spent about an hour and a half walking on the trail and enjoying the scenery. It is certainly a different atmosphere than what we would have done while we were living in Colorado. It definitely gave us a taste of what to expect as the days get warmer. Although this is literally out of our back door, the majority of people come into the inner harbor area from the surrounding neighborhoods and other parts of the city to enjoy the food and views. It is obvious why so many people choose to come to Baltimore’s inner harbor area as a destination. Fortunately for us, as you get farther away from the actual inner harbor, the neighborhoods get quieter but there are just as many choices of places to enjoy food and drinks.

Canton Waterfront Park
Many of the Yachts
Houses Along the Path

8 thoughts on “Walking Along the Waterfront in Baltimore

  1. I have spent many an hour in the Inner Harbor! For years, my boyfriend lived in the Mt. Vernon area and then our daughter lived in Fells Point during grad school at Hopkins. It’s a charming little city (ha – I forgot until I typed that that it’s nickname is Charm City), but wow – what a change from Colorado! Enjoy the very new and different environment!

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