Oxford, Maryland in the Press
"Lush land communes with water at every turn. Strands of masts rise through the trees to create their own leafless forests. Colonial and Victorian homes proudly display when they where built. Birds chatter overhead and salty breeezes fill the air. A sleepy seductiveness takes hold."
"A great place to visit from anywhere and a visit to Oxford is the ultimate in stress reduction.”
"Unlike many tourist destinations designed to drain the wallet, Oxford fills the senses and rejuvenates the soul."
"Oxford sits near the mouth of the scenic Tred Avon River, where it joins the expansive Choptank, and Town Creek nearly bisects the town. In 1694, England deemed Oxford one of the two ports for the entire Maryland territory (Annapolis was the other), and this waterbound village witnessed its first boom years."