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Old 01-10-2012, 07:50 AM
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I am relocating to lexington park in March for a job. I am single and want to live in a nice place nearby. I would like to close to nightlife, beeches, entertainment and diverse population. I do not drink. Any suggestions?
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:19 PM
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You need very much to go to this site Southern Maryland Online™ - Your on-line community for Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary's Counties.™ . It's specifically about the Lexington Park area. It will tell you about local real estate, housing, local activities, government services, businesses, schools, churches, and recreation. There are also hundreds of discussion threads of advice for newcomers to the Naval Base like you, on this site Life in Southern Maryland - Southern Maryland Community Forums
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Old 01-17-2012, 12:15 PM
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Southern Maryland is pretty quiet compared to some other parts of the state in terms of nightlife, but Solomons and Chesapeake Beach have a few options.

I would suggest Calvert County. It has a diverse population, and is right across the Patuxent River from Lexington Park, but in my honest opinion is a better place to live.

It can best be described as a mixture of rural and suburban. There are a lot of open spaces and preserved farmland, but places like Prince Frederick, Dunkirk and Lusby have good shopping options. It does have very attractive beaches, but mind you, it's only the Chesapeake Bay and not the Atlantic Ocean, so you'll be disappointed if you think it will be like Ocean City.

I lived there for 18 years. People are typically friendly. While I thought it was somewhat boring during the time I lived there, in retrospect it actually was a good place to live. Please feel free to ask me about any particular areas or other questions.
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