Queen Anne’s County, located on Maryland’s eastern shore, offers a relaxing environment in which to live, work and play. Queen Anne’s County is home to almost 50,000 residents who enjoy the county’s 265 miles of waterfront, historical towns and relaxing environment. Despite its small size, Queen Anne’s County has a strong economic environment with one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state. Like other coastal Maryland counties, Queen Anne’s is the perfect spot for crabbing, watersports and escaping metropolitan hotspots like Baltimore and Washington, DC – both of which are easily accessible by car and air.
Queen Anne’s County is also perfect for shopping and exploring. The county boasts over 65 outlet stores, a thriving antique market, two vineyards on the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail and more than 27 farms.