Covered Bridge in Frederick Md

Welcome to Life in Frederick Md!!

The goal of Life in Frederick Md is to share the beauty and excitement of our home with you, give you great information about what to expect when living here, and help you find the right home for you in this amazing town we call home!

Frederick City Hall

Life in Frederick Md is anything but boring! There is something for everyone to enjoy --

Happening bar scene in the revitalized downtown district;

Shopping and dining along Market Street and the Carroll Creek Promenade;

Hiking the Catoctin Mountains;

Tennis at Baker Park;

Activities galore for families with kids of all ages -- petting farms, lakes, parks, recreational centers, museums, and plays;

Golf at one of our many award-winning courses, or

Simply enjoying a day on the Monocacy River.

Carroll Creek Park

There is always something to do in Frederick!

Fun Fact about Historical Frederick

Barbara Fritchie is a central figure in the history of Frederick, she lived in a house that has, in modern times, become a stop on the town's walking tour. According to one story, at the age of 95 she waved the Union flag in the middle of the street to block, or at least antagonize Stonewall Jackson's troops, as they passed though Frederick. This event is the subject of John Greenleaf Whittier's poem of 1864, Barbara Frietchie. (~ Wikipedia)

Over Barbara Frietchie's grave
Flag of Freedom and Union, wave!

Peace and order and beauty draw
Round thy symbol of light and law;

And ever the stars above look down
On thy stars below in Frederick town!

Read the full poem here.

Frederick is not only a great place to live, but it is rich in our Nation's history!

"The clustered spires of Frederick stand; Green-walled by the hills of Maryland!"

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