The small, waterfront town of Oxford, MD is one of the oldest towns in Maryland, dating back to the 1660's. In the colonial era, it served as an important port. The original ferry service from Bellvue to Oxford is still in service today, making it the oldest privately operated ferry service in continuous use in the nation.
Today, Oxford is home to 651 people, mostly an older crowd with few households having children.
The Oxford Community Center offers a variety of programs and events. Dockside Boat Rentals rents paddleboards, jetskis, kayaks, and boats, and they'll even deliver it right to your dock. Oxford Park is a great place to relax, take a walk, or have a picnic. Oxford Museum was founded in 1964 and features displays of the town's more than 300 year history. Scottish Highland Creamery in Oxford was voted one of the Top 5 ice cream shops in the United States by TripAdvisor.
This is a perfect place to lead a relaxed lifestyle surrounded by history.