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Arundel Hill
Elkton, MD  

Located on the Elk River, Top of the Bay. Riding of Course, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing, Baking, Cooking, Arts & Crafts. We focus on Healthy, Active Living and Earth Stewardship....

Camp Type:
Day Camp
Sports Camps: Equestrian and Horseback Riding
Girls Only

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The town of Elkton is the county seat of Cecil County, Maryland, United States. The population was 11,893 as of the 2000 census and 14,842 according to current July 2008 census estimates. It is the county seat of Cecil County. It was formerly called Head of Elk because it is located at the head of navigation on the Elk River, which flows into the nearby Chesapeake Bay. Until 1787, when Elkton was incorporated, the town was formerly called Head of Elk, as it was the head of navigation of the Elk River. The town Head of Elk was founded by Swedish mariners and fisherman from Fort Casimir, who settled the area in 1694. During the American Revolutionary War, the British army landed at Head of Elk before marching on Philadelphia in 1777. Aug. 25, 1777, Sir William Howe's Anglo-German army landed on the Elk River and marched 11 miles north to the Head of Elk, whence Howe soon advanced to the short and victorious campaign of the Brandywine, which resulted in the conquest of Philadelphia On March 8, 1781, the Marquis de Lafayette embarked his troops to attempt a capture of Benedict Arnold. Returning on April 9, he began his overland march to Virginia. George Washington and Rochambeau with their combined forces stopped in Elkton on September 6–7, 1781, while on their way to Yorktown....