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Pasadena

Boasts many sports organizations for children and adults.

Welcome to Pasadena, Maryland

A suburban enclave perfect for young professionals and commuters.
 
Pasadena, Maryland, is situated on the Chesapeake Bay and has many beaches, parks, and open fields. A rural character pervades Pasadena, although it is technically a Baltimore suburb. Situated south of Baltimore, the town of Pasadena is only a 30-minute commute to the city. Residents enjoy the suburban feel of Pasadena, which is apparent in its natural beauty and beautiful residential streets. Downs Park and Lake Waterford Park are two of the most popular recreational areas in Pasadena, Maryland. 
 
Pasadena is home to approximately 24,000 residents. Riviera Beach and Lake Shore are considered part of Pasadena by residents. The total population of this area is about 55,000. Parks and libraries are popular places in Pasadena. Many residents enjoy the outdoors, and the area offers abundant hiking and biking trails. Also, fishing, swimming, and kayaking are popular outdoor activities in Pasadena. The Chesapeake Bay beaches in Pasadena are pristine and tranquil. 
 
Pasadena boasts many sports organizations for children and adults. Residents love playing lacrosse, basketball, softball, and soccer. Female and male sports leagues are organized throughout the year. Nearby Annapolis also offers many great amenities, and the city is only a short drive from Pasadena. The schools in Pasadena offer excellent academic programs and sports teams. Many students have many opportunities to pursue their interests at Pasadena's public and private schools.
 

What to Love

  • Plenty of opportunities to be active
  • Gorgeous beaches
  • Great location for working professionals

Local Lifestyle

Life in Pasadena is peaceful and relaxing due to its beautiful parks, excellent schools, and friendly residents. Yet Baltimore and Annapolis are nearby and offer many exciting amenities. Pasadena residents enjoy staying active and spending time outdoors. The seasonal changes in Pasadena bring many different festivals, events, and parades. Independence Day celebrations and harvest festivals are popular events every year. Baseball, soccer, and lacrosse are some of the most popular sports. The Chesapeake Bay also offers serene beaches, great fishing, and wonderful boating.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Sam & Maggie’s Dockside Grill is a popular seafood restaurant in Pasadena. Many weddings and events are held each year at this waterfront restaurant. Caribbean influences distinguish this restaurant, and some of the most popular menu items include the island burger, chipotle rubbed steak tacos, and brick grilled tamarind chicken. 
 
Joe’s Seafood has been a fixture in Anne Arundel County since it first opened in 1984. The kitchen offers traditional crab dishes, seafood platters, and shrimp sandwiches. Dessert lovers will not want to miss the Daily Scoop with freshly made ice cream, ice coffee, and ice cream cakes.
 

Things to Do

The Chesapeake Bay provides the residents of Pasadena many opportunities to fish, boat, and swim. The beaches in Pasadena, Maryland, are some of the most attractive in the mid-Atlantic region. Pasadena is also home to a few marinas where residents can rent boats and explore the inlets and bay throughout this majestic area. 

Golfing is also a popular pastime in Pasadena. Pasadena Golf Center and Compass Point are two of the most popular public golf courses. AMF Bowling and Escape Proving Ground are also two popular attractions in Pasadena.
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