Federalsburg, Maryland

Marshyhope Creek meanders through this town located in the southern-most part of Caroline County. Abundant hardwood forests and waterpower resources helped make the town a perfect spot for shipbuilding and milling. Federalsburg sawmills provided the resources to rebuild the U.S. Capital and White House after they were burned in the War of 1812. Today households across America enjoy more than three billion items manufactured or grown in Federalsburg. The town’s Marina Park offers trails, a splash pad, and boating access for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the beautiful Marshyhope.The charming town is also home to the Federalsburg Area Heritage Museum, restaurants, shops and more.

Visit www.TownofFederalsburg.org to find out more.