Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD - Nearby Cities

    Aberdeen, MD
    Aberdeen offers family-oriented neighborhoods and plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities. Located just 7 miles from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen is home to many leading businesses such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Pier 1 Imports, and Frito-Lay.

    Housing opportunities in the area show over 2300 properties for sale with the average price in the $200,000 range. With a population of over 13,000 people, the city offers some of the most amenity-friendly communities with multiple homes for sale and rent. Aberdeen is the largest municipality in Hartford County. If you are looking for temporary lodging in the area, the city offers many full-service hotels with nearby restaurants, as well as free internet access, and refrigerator/microwave in each guest room.

    With its proximity to Baltimore only 30 miles to the southwest, recreational facilities such as Ripken Stadium and various arts and cultural institutions are just around the corner. Major transportation hubs can be accessed from Baltimore as well. US Route 40, Interstate 95, and Amtrak rail lines are nearby for your convenience.

    Baltimore, MD
    With its convenient harbor location, Baltimore is the choice of those residents who like the proximity to big city opportunities without having to pay higher housing prices. Baltimore has often been described as the "city of neighborhoods" and is referred to as "Charm City" for its down-to-earth hospitality.

    Housing opportunities offer over 1400 homes for sale priced at $300,000 or less. Located about 52 minutes from Aberdeen Proving Ground and about 40 minutes from Washington D.C., Baltimore offers a prime location for families while still having access to major cities within an hour's drive. Lodging facilities are many and varied with every hotel from the Holiday Inn to the Hyatt Regency available for your convenience.

    The revitalization of the downtown area has created entertainment facilities such as the Maryland Science Center and the National Aquarium. State-of-the art sports stadiums are nearby showcasing the Baltimore Orioles and the Ravens. Historically, a working-class town, the city's mixture of high-tech, bio-tech, medicine and tourism has become a model for cities around the world.

    Dundalk, MD
    Dundalk is an inner suburb of Baltimore with a population of 62,000. With its proximity to the inner harbor, it offers a more temperate climate than cities further north with an ideal location near the metropolitan area. It boasts some of the least expensive housing options for families.

    Homes for sale range from traditional to contemporary with pricing between $120,000 and $140,000. Rentals offered vary in range from a 3 bedroom, 3 bath unit running about $1900 a month to a 2 bedroom in the $900-$1500 range. Dundalk's many amenities offer world-class museums, golf courses, and excellent seafood restaurants. Within easy access of all Baltimore has to offer while being just 40 miles from Washington D.C., Dundalk offers one of the most competitive costs of living around. Lodging facilities are plentiful with Best Western and Marriot hotels offering waterfront views and access to water taxis and great shopping.

    Located about 45 minutes from Aberdeen Proving Ground, the city offers close proximity to the military installation while maintaining all the entertainment and recreational opportunities of the big city.

    Bordered, MD
    Bordered to the south by Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood is about 19 minutes from the installation. The community boasts both suburban and rural lifestyles with a variety of housing opportunities located near water sports recreational facilities.

    Homes for sale range between $150,000-$200,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit. If homes for rent are what you're looking for, a 4 bedroom, 3 bath home can be found for between $1400-$1600 a month. Other lodging facilities can be found nearby. Holiday Inns, Days Inn and Ramada hotels offer comfortable guest rooms with pool access as well as free internet access and microwave/refrigerator in each room.

    Located near major traffic routes such as I-95 and U.S. Route 40, Edgewood in easily accessible from anywhere in the state. Edgewood is bordered to the east by the Bush River where families can enjoy numerous water sports. Located in the southern part of Hartford County, the community has a population of 23,000 people with a diverse population of people covering 18 square miles near the waterfront.

    Newark, MD
    Newark is located slightly inland but still offers great access to great camping and hiking recreational facilities. Just a few miles east, the outdoor enthusiast will find biking, fishing, hunting, and hiking opportunities, as well as picnic and barbeque facilities. With just 340 people living in Newark, the city offers more open land than nearby cities.

    Housing opportunities are very economical, offering homes for sale with an average price of $100,000, which is well below the state average of $146,000. Homes for rent can be found for a monthly rate of $600-$900 depending on the amenities. Located just 19 minutes from Aberdeen Proving Ground, the city has many temporary lodging facilities available as well. Hotels such as the Holiday Inn offer free breakfasts and internet access in a more rural environment.

    Due to its smaller population, the town offers more focused teacher/student interaction at all levels of education boasting 10% of its population getting a bachelor's degree or higher.