Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsA+
- Good for FamiliesA
- Cost of LivingC+
- Health & FitnessA-
- Outdoor ActivitiesA-
Calvert County is located in Maryland with a population of 91,082. Calvert County is one of the best places to live in Maryland. In Calvert County, most residents own their homes. In Calvert County there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Calvert County and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Calvert County are highly rated.
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Calvert County Reviews
Calvert County is where I grew up. I can honestly say there is no place like Calvert County. The population has its moments of showing care but there are also moments where people are uncivilized. When there is a family that is in need most of the population takes them under their wing but there are always a few that belittle them for struggling. The reason I believe this is one of a kind is because I have never seen a community so kind yet obnoxious. Although, it is the kind population that stands out in Calvert County. They are the ones that support local businesses, the little league sport teams, and local schools.
I have grown up in this area, and have always loved it. It’s moderately close to a metro, and major shopping centers in Annapolis. The community itself is generally friendly, especially during Farmer’s Market season.
Calvert is a nice place to grow up and raise children, but when you get to your teenage years, there isn't a whole ton to do. It gets to be kind of a sleepy place, but it is still a relively pleasant place. As of now Calvert is widely conservative, so if you are liberal, you're better off not talking about politics. We don't have some resources more urban areas have (we are just getting our first Chick-Fil-A.) Overall, its a pretty nice little place.