So Many Reasons to Love Lexington Park, MD

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So Many Reasons to Love Lexington Park, MD

There’s no shortage of historic charm, delicious seafood, and beautiful parks in Lexington Park! We believe it’s how you live that matters and strive to build communities in unbeatable locations. Lexington Park has so much to offer and here are some of the reasons why Abberly Crest team and residents are proud to call this area home:

Historic Charm: Did you know that the original capital of Maryland was near Abberly Crest? There’s no better way to learn about the area’s history than Historic St. Mary’s City museum! The area is also home to Patuxent Naval Air Station and the Patuxent Naval Air Museum where you can learn all about the heritage of naval aviation.  Lexington Park is conveniently located near the beautiful Chesapeake Bay making the Drum Point Lighthouse a must see!

Seafood Galore: One of the best things about Lexington Park is the mouthwatering seafood! Maryland is known for crab cakes, steamed blue crabs, and crab legs.  Some of the best area restaurants for yummy seafood are Stoney’s Seafood House, Seabreeze Restaurant & Crab House, and Captain Pat’s.  

Beautiful Parks: The beautiful natural views and terrain of Lexington Park inspire you to enjoy the great outdoors. Just minutes from Abberly Crest, Nicolet Park features a spray park perfect for beating the summer heat and a skate park. Nearby Chancellor’s Run Park offers hiking trails and over 80 acres of beautiful green space. Love the water? St. Mary’s River State Park is perfect for canoeing, boating, fishing, and more!

We love the fun and charming atmosphere of Lexington Park and hope you do too, whether you already live here or are considering a move. If you’re looking for a luxury apartment to call home, make sure learn more about our available spacious floorplans on the Abberly Crest website!

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