Continuing my quest to visit all the farms on the Maryland Ice Cream Trail, I traveled north of Baltimore The trail is an initiative of the Maryland Department of Agriculture to promote local family owned and operated dairy farms. There are four farms on the trail in the northeast, serving homemade ice cream with the high quality that I expect from places on the trail.
The Maryland Ice Cream Trail is an initiative of the Maryland Department of Agriculture to promote family owned and operated dairy farms in Maryland. This includes farms on Maryland's Eastern Shore. I drove over 100 miles for ice cream. But it was worth it.
The Maryland Department of Agriculture started the Maryland Ice Cream Trail in 2012 in order to promote family owned farms. The trail features farms from every corner of the state. I recently visited several of them, all clustered in Northwest Maryland not too far from Frederick. Worth the drive? You bet.