A suburb of Annapolis, Arnold Maryland straddles College Parkway and Maryland
Route 2, also known as Ritchie Highway. It is part of the Broadneck Peninsula.
Voted the #4 Place to Live in Anne Arundel County by Niche.com in 2020.
Arnold contains many scenic riversides with cliffs and beaches, providing plenty of places for fun, leisure activities and sightseeing. The Baltimore-Annapolis Bike Trail links Arnold to Annapolis and Severna Park with jogging and biking recreation. There are 12 marinas in Arnold. Arnold Park has a playground and provides open ball fields for a variety of sports year round. Twin Oaks Park provides play equipment and a walking trail. Broadneck Park is located on the east end of the peninsula, has two enclosed areas for dogs (small and large). Bay Hills Golf Club was designed in 1969 by acclaimed golf course architect Ed Ault. The scenic 18-hole golf course finds its beauty in its wooded rolling terrain.
Arnold is conveniently located 5 miles from downtown Annapolis. Sandy Point State Park is 5 miles east of Arnold and includes a beach on the Chesapeake Bay in proximity to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and the Sandy Point Lighthouse. Marshes and creeks in the park are home to wildlife found throughout the Chesapeake Bay, including blue crabs, herons, terrapins, rockfish, and eagles.
The US Naval Academy - 8 miles
BWI Marshall Airport - 18 miles
Fort Meade - 19 miles
NSA - 21 miles
Baltimore - 24 miles
Washington, DC - 37 miles
Joint Base Andrews - 38 miles
Windsor Farm Elementary
Severn River Middle School
Magothy River Middle School
Broadneck High School