Maryland Ice Cream Trail Information

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I updated my Maryland Ice Cream Trail page. I added a plan to cover all nine creameries in three weekend trips and a map for planning. Let me know if you have any questions.

What’s the Maryland Ice Cream Trail? Maryland has nine dairy farms that offer fresh ice cream. Together, they make up the Maryland Ice Cream Trail. Visit each creamery and get your trail passport stamped. The program runs during the Summer and ends in September.

We visited all eight of the creameries on the 2015 trail. We limited our visits to two locations for 2016, Kilby Cream (our favorite) and Woodbourne Creamery (new to the trail for 2016). We will re-visit all the creameries for 2017. Fun times on an ice cream road trip!

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Md. ‘Ice Cream Trail’ Leads Those With Sweet Tooth Across The State

This post had a good video of a visit to Prigel Family Creamery. One of 9 creameries on the 2016 Maryland Ice Cream Trail. From the post …

“GLEN ARM, Md. (WJZ) — Warmer weather means many people are out looking for some cool ice cream. But this year, how about making that trip an adventure?

Marcus Washington explains how a trip for ice cream could lead you on a trail across the state.

For the past five years, the Department of Agriculture has held the ‘Ice Cream Trail,’ leading Marylanders to all the local farm creameries in the state.”

Check out the post – Md. ‘Ice Cream Trail’ Leads Those With Sweet Tooth Across The State

 

2016 Maryland Ice Cream Trail Opens Friday!

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Maryland’s Best announced the 2016 Maryland Ice Cream Trail to open this Friday, May 20th. There’s one new creamery added this year:
Broom’s Bloom Dairy – Harford County
Chesapeake Bay Farms – Worcester County (2 locations)
Keyes Creamery – Harford County
Kilby Cream – Cecil County
Misty Meadow Farm Creamery – Washington County
Prigel Family Creamery – Baltimore County
Rocky Point Creamery – Frederick County (our President’s farm)
South Mountain Creamery – Frederick County
Woodbourne Creamery at Rock Hill Orchard – Montgomery County [NEW]

You can download this year’s trail brochure here. See my posts on last year’s Ice Cream Trail here. Let the ice cream eating begin!

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Chesapeake Bay Farms in Pocomoke MD – 8th Stop on the 2015 Maryland Ice Cream Trail

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Chesapeake Bay Farms, Inc. in Worcester County – Pocomoke, MD location – the other location is in Berlin, MD – 8th stop on the 2015 Maryland Ice Cream Trail #MDIceCream

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4111 Whitesburg Road, Pocomoke, MD 21851 / 443-373-8487 / Call for current hours or check the website.

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Don’t forget to ask the question of the day, “What is the official Maryland state beverage?”

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Don’t forget to get your passport stamped! You have until September 23rd to visit all 8 farms or creameries on the 2015 trail. Bring a cooler to carry all the ice cream and other items you can purchase.

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This location has a very friendly staff. There are no seats inside but several benches and chairs around the outside of the store. I’m looking forward to trying the local honey and canned vanilla peaches I purchased. I liked the place some much I’m going to take another day trip to visit their second location in Berlin, MD.

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Broom’s Bloom Dairy – 5th Stop on the 2015 Maryland Ice Cream Trail

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Broom’s Bloom Dairy in Harford County – 5th stop on the 2015 Maryland Ice Cream Trail #MDIceCream

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1700 S. Fountain Green Road (MD 543), Bel Air, MD 21015 / 410-399-COWS (2697) / Call for current hours or check the website.

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Don’t forget to ask the question of the day, “How many pounds of whole milk does it take to produce 1 gallon of ice cream?”

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Don’t forget to get your passport stamped! You have until September 23rd to visit all 8 locations on the 2015 trail. Bring a cooler to carry all the ice cream and other items you can purchase.

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This place has great ice cream and a very friendly staff. It’s more of a restaurant than a creamery. The cream of crab soup and sun dried tomato quiche were both fantastic! There was a line going out the door of people waiting to order. It’s worth a day trip!

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Prigel Family Creamery – 1st Stop on the 2015 Maryland Ice Cream Trail

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Prigel Family Creamery in Baltimore County – 1st stop on the 2015 Maryland Ice Cream Trail #MDIceCream

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4852 Long Green Road, Glen Arm, MD 21057 / 410-510-7488 / Call for current hours or check the website.

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Don’t forget to ask the question of the day, “How long does it take to milk a cow with a milking machine?”

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Don’t forget to get your passport stamped! You have until September 23rd to visit all 8 locations on the 2015 trail. Bring a cooler to carry all the ice cream and other items you can purchase.

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This place has great ice cream and a friendly staff. We also purchased some milk based soap. There are plenty of places to sit outside. My one note is this place has a porta potty outside for visitors.

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