QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY MARYLAND
Queen Anne's County, located on the Easter Shore, was named for Queen Anne (1665-1714),
who ruled Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714. This county includes the Bay Bridge and
Kent Island, known as the gateway to the Eastern Shore. Today the county remains mostly
farmland with few small towns and commercial centers. The Queen Anne's Museum of Eastern Shore Life has
many artifact, household furnishings, farming and watermen's equipment from the past to the present.
The Tuckahoe State Park, with 500 acres of parkland, offers scenic biking, hiking and canoeing on the lake and creek.
|Size: 510 Square Miles|
|County Seat: Centreville,|
|Government Form: Code Home Rule since 1990|
|Population 2000: 40,563 |
|Median income for a household (2000): $57,037|
|Median income for a family (2000): $63,713|
Cities in Queen Anne's County
|Queen Anne (21657)
Queen Anne's County Resources