Big Pond

Maryland

3Listings$435K-$950K$2.1MTotal Value
Big Pond, Maryland

Big Pond real estate is considered a top twenty market for lake homes and lake lots in Maryland.

Big Pond homes for sale have an average list price of $507,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

    • Ownership
      Public
    • Counties: Anne Arundel County
    Airports
    About Big Pond
    Located in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

    Big Pond is located in Mayo, Maryland, and spans 19-acres. Washington is 34 miles west of Big Pond, and Baltimore is 39 miles northwest.

    The closest location for emergency care is the UM Laurel Medical Center, 10 miles northeast. The Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is 31 miles from Big Pond.

    Life on the Water

    Big Pond has different activities for everyone to enjoy, like paddleboard, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. Anglers can expect striped bass, rock bass, sunfish, and bluegill, among the most popular catches.

    What's Nearby?

    The NASA Goddard Visitor Center is the perfect place to learn about all things space and space exploration. There are several exhibits and even virtual tours. There is something for everyone of all ages to enjoy here!

    Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake is a great adventure the whole family can enjoy! Hop on the pirate ship and cruise around in search of buried treasure. Live like a pirate and set sail with the entire family!

    Visit Thomas Point Park and enjoy the beautiful waters-edge. There are walking trails and picnic areas for everyone to enjoy. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery as you explore the bay area.

    Enjoy some of the locals’ favorite places to eat like Angelina’s Italian Kitchen and Sub Shoppe, Old Stein Inn, or URBURGER.

    Visit Washington D.C.

    For an exciting daycation, Big Pond residents can take the 34-mile trip to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C! The District of Columbia is home to numerous memorials and museums, highlighting the rich history of the United States.

    Some examples include the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, which has free admission and is open 364 days a year. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum provides the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history. There are also countless presidential memorials scattered across the D.C. mall, such as the famous Washington, Lincoln, and Jefferson memorials.

    With prior planning, visitors can tour the Capitol building, the Supreme Court building, and even the White House, the home and workplace of the president of the United States.

    Washington D.C. also has a diverse culture and many different restaurants. Highly rated restaurants include Founding Farmers DC, Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar - Washington, D.C., and The Pig.

    For the Lover of Nature

    Big Pond is the perfect choice for those seeking a slow-paced and calm lake life while also having access to several activities in the city!