Take A Dip: Maryland’s Ice Cream Trail

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Now thru September 15, you can “dip” into some tasty fun!

The Maryland Ice Cream Trail consists of eight dairy farms across the state that produce and sell ice cream directly to consumer. .

The participating dairy farms are a part of a 290 mile stretch from Ocean City to Washington County.

The Maryland Ice Cream Trail runs thru these dairy farms:
South Mountain Creamery (Washington County); Broom’s Bloom Dairy (Harford County); Chesapeake Bay Farms (Worcester County) Keyes Creamery (Harford County); Kilby Cream (Cecil County); Misty Meadows Farm Creamery (Washington County); Prigel Family Creamery (Baltimore County); and Rocky Point Creamery (Frederick County).

Get an Ice Cream Trail Passport at any of the farms or at http://www.marylandsbest.net. You could be named the 2014 Ice Cream Trail Blazer and win prizes!

Oh, by the way, July is National Ice Cream Month.

For more info: http://news.maryland.gov/mda/press-release/2014/05/19/marylands-best-ice-cream-trail-opens-for-2014/

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