Cambridge, Maryland is a small city in Dorchester County, steeped in rich history. It was the birthplace and childhood home of Harriet Tubman, the famous former slave and Underground Railroad conductor. In 2017, the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center opened its doors and has since welcomed visitors from all over the world.
Ironman Maryland brings over 1,000 athletes and their families to town for a full triathlon every year. The Maryland race has won several Athlete’s Choice Awards, including number 1 for best overall experience.
Downtown Cambridge has seen a resurgence over the last ten years. There you’ll find RAR Brewing, Dorchester Center for the Arts, and several great restaurant options. Just a short walk down High Street will bring you to Long Wharf Park and the Choptank River Lighthouse. Street festivals are a favorite activity in Cambridge, including Second Saturdays, a community event held on the second Saturday of each month.