The SpaceLODGER accepts the responsibility to maintain properly said property during occupancy and agrees to replace or repair and pay for any breakage, damage, or loss caused by LODGER or GUESTS of LODGER during occupancy, other than normal use, wear, and tear. There is NO maid service during stay. Entering the detached garage is prohibited. The code is different from the house code.
LODGER accepts occupancy of said premises and relieves Tonya M. Logan as owner, of any responsibility to LODGER of any and all liability arising during or from LODGER’S occupancy of this house. In the event there is a breach under this agreement, the LODGER agrees to pay reasonable attorney fees and costs.
There is NO landline in the house so it is recommended that LODGER has access to a cellular telephone. The house has Xfinity (Comcast) cable on the upper and lower level televisions and well as Internet. In-home activities are board games, Wii, and portable DVD player.
Linens and towels are provided.
LODGER agrees to abide by all rules and regulations set forth by the OWNER of the house. Upon infraction of these rules by any party, or GUESTS of LODGER, OWNER may, at her option, terminate this agreement and occupancy by giving 24-hour notice to LODGER. In the event the LODGER does not agree to abide by this notice, LODGER forfeits ALL monies. There is a $50.00 charge for all returned checks.
LODGER agrees that LODGER and GUESTS are using the gas grill, dock, beaches, pedal boat, kayak, wood-burning fireplace, wood-burning stove, and other amenities at their own risk, and that all children will be supervised at all times. Life jackets MUST be worn at all times while in Lake Lariat and alcohol is prohibited when not on the property. Kindly do NOT partake of any alcohol found inside of the house.
Upon departure, please put all used sheets and towels in the first floor bathroom (floor is fine). Please wash all dishes and dispose of trash as there is no trash service in Chesapeake Ranch Estates.
There are smoke detectors on EACH level of the home and a working fire extinguisher and first aid kit in the top cabinet to the left of the refrigerator.
There is no maximum occupancy of this house as there is a queen-sized bed on the upper level, bunk beds in each bedroom on the first level, full-sized bed in the basement, and sofa bed in the basement. There is also a bed topper and sleeping bags in the upper level bedroom left closet that may be used for sleeping as well. No cribs are available.
Noise levels shall be reasonable. LODGER and GUESTS are responsible for any complaints made by the neighbors and/or which warrant police involvement.
Use coasters. More are in the top right drawer by the front door as well as available throughout the house. Guest AccessEntire house! Feel free to take portable tables, chairs, and swing outside as long as it is returned to the inside of the home following use. Interaction with GuestsOnly available via cell phone if needed. The NeighborhoodWhile staying at Christians’ Haven, you may explore many activities that the area has to offer, such as:
Three beaches closes to the house are Lake Lariat Beach (10 minutes away), Driftwood Beach, and Seahorse Beach. Please use hang tag for vehicle and remember to return to the house upon your departure.
Fresh produce stands
Chesapeake Hills Golf Club
Calvert Marine Museum
Solomon’s Island Winery
Cove Point Lighthouse
Flag Ponds Nature Park
Cove Point Winery
Cove Point Park Pool, ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Fun Way, Lusby, Maryland 20657
Cove Point Park, ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Cove Point Road, Lusby, MD 20657
Picnicking, picnic shelters, snack stand, baseball fields, multi-purpose sports fields, restrooms, playgrounds, basketball court, tennis courts and walking and jogging trails. Open mid-March to mid-November daily from 8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Off-season hours are daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Calvert Cliffs State Park, 9500 H. G. Trueman Road, Lusby, Maryland, ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN); open daily sunrise to sunset. A $5 per car service charge is required to enter the park. Please report any problems to a park employee or call Park Watch at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Pets are not permitted at Calvert Cliffs State Park.
Off road biking
Hiking Calvert Cliffs
Hiking Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary
In addition to the beach and wooded trails, a small recreation area is located in the park. Near the parking area, you will find picnic tables, a group picnic shelter and a large recycled tire playground. Call the park to make a picnic shelter reservation.
Fossil Hunting - A hike of 2 miles is taken from the parking lot, along an unimproved trail to the cliffs/beach area. Over 600 species of fossils have been identified from these cliffs, with the teeth of various species of shark as the most abundant fossils. Visitors may hunt for fossils on the open beach area and keep what they find, but always be mindful that fossils help tell the story of the past. So be sure to leave a piece of the story for other visitors. Because of the constant erosion of the cliffs, access to the cliffs is PROHIBITED.
Recycle Tire Playground
Hiking and Biking - Designated as a wildlands area, 1079 acres of the park are preserved for hiking and nature appreciation. Thirteen miles of marked foot trails are open to the public. Bicycles and Equestrian riders are restricted to the service road. Biking is prohibited on designated wildlands trails.
Picnicking - Picnic tables and grills are available on a first come, first serve basis. The pavilion can accommodate approximately 50 people and is available through our reservation system. Click here to make reservations on-line for the pavilion.
Fishing - A one acre fishing pond is located in the picnic area. A Maryland Freshwater fishing license is required for anyone 16 years and older. A Maryland Sportfishing license is required for Bay fishing at the beach.
Hunting - Approximately 550 acres are open to hunting for upland game, turkey and deer. Upland game species include squirrels and rabbits. Turkey hunting is permitted only during the spring gobbler season. Deer hunting is permitted during seasons established by the Wildlife Division. All hunters must register at the hunter parking area.
Park hours - Hours of operation are sunrise to sunset daily, year round. A donation of $5 per car applies. Contact the park office for details when planning a visit.
Youth Group Camping - There are six sites available for youth groups. Sites are open seasonally. Sites can accommodate groups of 15 – 40 people. Youth Group reservations can be made through the Reservation Service by cal(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Youth group site directions: Proceed approximately 14 miles south of Prince Frederick on Route 4. Follow the signs to Calvert Cliffs State Park. Turn left, as if to go into the park entrance. Turn left again on Rt. 765. Go one half mile (just past Middleham Chapel) and turn right onto Camp Conoy Road. Follow Camp Conoy Road to the end of the hard surface road and bear right onto the dirt road. The entrance to Camp Bay Breeze will be about one quarter mile on the right.
TRAILS: Calvert Cliffs State Park is a natural area with certain hazards such as rocky and slippery trail surfaces, hazardous, unstable cliffs and venomous snakes. Remember, you are responsible for having the necessary skills, knowledge and equipment for a safe and environmentally sensitive visit.
•Yellow Trail .7 mile - moderate
This trail is forested by a variety of trees, including sweet gum, maple and hickory. As you pass through a loblolly pine plantation, you will begin hiking on a pipeline right-of-way. When you re-enter the woods, you will notice a vast array of holly trees and mountain laurel.
•Blue Trail 1.1 miles - moderate
This longer trail offers pleasant hiking in wooded terrain. Tree species observed are sassafras, oak and black locust, which are all typical of Southern Maryland.
•Red Trail 1.8 miles - moderate
The most popular trail in the park, the Red Trail offers direct access to the beach. Taking this route, located directly in front of the parking area and along the fishing pond, you will wind your way to a breathtaking view of the Chesapeake Bay. Following the trail is Grays Creek that eventually widens into a marshland. From the viewing platform you may see evidence of beavers. Continuing on the trail will bring you to the sandy beach where many fossils have been found. Be careful not to enter the restricted area, as the cliffs are unstable. This trail is open only to hikers.
•White Trail 1.7 miles - moderate
In the woodland section of the park, enjoy the serenity of this lengthy nature trail. Quiet hikers will often have the opportunity to observe wildlife such as whitetail deer and red fox. The unique steep slopes and narrow ridges, unusual within the Atlantic Coastal Plain, can be seen while on this trail. This trail winds through a hunting area so use caution by wearing blaze orange during hunting seasons.
•Orange Trail 2.4 miles - moderate
Enjoy the diverse landscape as you travel along the most northern trail in the park, which runs through the State Wildlands area. Stop for a rest on the Eagle Walk, a bridge constructed by Eagle Scouts. The bridge was built to gain access across the Thomas Creek Bog. Take a moment to enjoy the breathtaking views of the forest. This trail winds through a hunting area so use caution by wearing blaze orange during hunting seasons.
•Silver Trail .7 mile - moderate
Enter the forest just beyond a grassy knoll and become engulfed by white oak, birch and dogwood trees. The flat terrain of this short trail provides the perfect environment for bird watching. This trail winds through a hunting area so use caution by wearing blaze orange during hunting seasons.
Hunting : Approximately 550 acres are open seasonally for hunting of upland game, turkey and deer. Upland game species include squirrels and rabbits. Turkey hunting is permitted only during the spring gobbler season. Deer hunting is permitted during the seasons established by DNR's Wildlife and Heritage Division. All hunters must register at the parking area. Hunting Guide on DNR's website at: (EMAIL HIDDEN)
•Leave what you find. Allow others to discover these wonders. If you take fossils, take only what you can put in your hands.
•Keep wildlife wild by not feeding them and keeping your distance.
•Plan ahead and prepare. Always bring snacks, water, sunscreen, a first aid kit and trash bags.
•Choose the right path by walking in single file on the designated trails. Shortcutting trails causes erosion, degrades natural beauty, replaces native plants with weeds and disturbs wildlife.
•Leave No Trace, Inc. is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and inspiring outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships. Leave No Trace builds awareness, appreciation and respect for our wildlands. For more information visit: (URL HIDDEN)
Amenities ~ hang tag must be displayed to enter all; please return to house upon departure
Opens 10:00 a.m.
Gunsmoke Drive. CROSS Tomahawk Square Drive. Bear LEFT. The lake is on the left.
Gunsmoke Drive. CROSS Tomahawk Square Drive. Bear LEFT. LEFT Catalina. Pass baseball field. RIGHT onto Beach Drive.
Gunsmoke Drive. CROSS Tomahawk Square Drive. Bear LEFT. RIGHT Catalina. Come to three-way stop sign and go straight onto Clubhouse Drive. Follow hill on the LEFT.
Greenwell State Park is off Thomas Johnson Bridge. Getting AroundFree parking. Car required to get around. Other Things to NoteCalvert Memorial Hospital ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
(about 20 minutes away; it will be on the right when you are going NORTH on Route 4)